Would you survive?

When scientific colleagues go insane

With isolation

And ringside view of the Cthulhu Mythos

The Black Lake - A post-apocalyptic haunting set in the Scifi Cthulhu Mythos world of Yellow Dawn by David J Rodger

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Publisher says – reading The Black Lake was like finding undiscovered John Wyndham novel

New Praise for an Old Book

I released The Black Lake in 2012 and it quickly picked up interest, including a critical and very positive review by The Guardian.  It continues to sell at a steady pace as my role-playing game Yellow Dawn – The Age of Hastur gains further traction, generating crossover conversions from fans wanting to read novels set in this post-apocalyptic (and Cthulhu Mythos infected) world.  Here’s some feedback that came through recently on Facebook from a publisher – she has a first edition with the old, original cover:

Publisher says - reading The Black Lake by David J Rodger was like finding undiscovered John Wyndham novel

“like finding an undiscovered John Wyndham novel”

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A remote island haunted by the consequences of a terrible act that has brought new monsters into our world

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“Atmospheric and Creepy” – The Guardian

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“The menace made me too tense to sleep” – Dan Dixon

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David J Rodger’s vision of a post-apocalyptic world was given a spooky twist last year in The Black Lake, after the action-packed hit Dog Eat Dog and alongside the tense, slow-burning thriller of recently released The Social Club.

In the wake of a cataclysmic event ten years ago (Yellow Dawn), survivors are still struggling to understand what has happened to the Earth – and make sense of the alien, sometimes surreal, consequences that now dominate so much of daily life across the planet.

Five men leave their survivor fortress in Malta on a sea-expedition to the sub-Arctic waters above Scotland. They intend to undertake scientific observations of violent and fascinating meteorological phenomenon that takes place there – considered the focus point of some kind of singularity. What they find is a cosmic horror that seethes amongst the shadows of this darkened world. It is a story of escape and wonder, of madness and terror.

The Black Lake by David J Rodger a science fiction dark fantasy horror story that blends post-apocalypse with Cthulhu Mythos

 

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Art & Fashion > Cyberpunk < Vision of a future that could be today

Dead Gurlz, Social Tribes in Yellow Dawn

cyberpunk culture  and fashion - ideas for future trends - social tribes in post apocalypse novels by David J Rodger - art by Charlie Terrell all rights reserved

Art by Charlie Terrell – All Rights Reserved

Part of a series of images from the liquid metal, carbo-plastic, hydrogel and permacrete core of visual creators on the Internet.  Images that stir my senses and evoke plots and concepts for what I’d like to see (or fear) in the future.

Artist: Charlie Terrell, website and residue for his ambition here {click}

Back in the 80s, when the term Cyberpunk was still relatively new, the ideas for fashion in the future seemed to focus on Continue reading