Erik Lynd


Andrew is different and he knows it, he always has. So when the voices in his head tell him to climb out on a window ledge he doesn't hesitate . . .
Andrew Harland has been a loner since being diagnosed with schizophrenia. He is shuffled around from juvenile detention centers to outpatient clinics with expensive doctors. Nothing seems to help. His parents, desperate to have him out of the house, send him off to a revolutionary new psychiatric hospital in the Pacific Northwest. 
Haunted by his own son's suicide, Dr. David Styles saves Andrew from the ledge and takes a personal interest in his case. What he uncovers sends him on a desperate journey to rescue Andrew. 
Because something is terribly wrong at the hospital. Treatments are conducted at odd hours. Patients disappear into the bowels of the massive, aged building, sometimes never to be seen again, and Andrew is plagued by visions stranger than any he's ever known. And the voices in Andrew's head are getting louder.
Asylum is a horror novel that takes you to the edge of supernatural terror.  If you enjoy Clive Barker, Stephen King, and Peter Straub, you will love this dark tale by Erik Lynd.
290 printed pages
Original publication
Publication year
Have you already read it? How did you like it?
Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)