The Last Days Of Jack Sparks
"A magnificent millennial nightmare" ALAN MOORE, creator of Watchmen and V For Vendetta.
Wow, seriously hard to put down... chilling and utterly immersive" M.R. CAREY, author of The Girl With All The Gifts.
Selected by Simon Mayo's Radio 2 Book Club! A Not The Booker prize longlist selection of Summer 2016!
THE MOST CHILLING AND UNPREDICTABLE THRILLER OF THE YEAR.
Jack Sparks died while writing this book.
It was no secret that journalist Jack Sparks had been researching the occult for his new book. No stranger to controversy, he'd already triggered a furious Twitter storm by mocking an exorcism he witnessed.
Then there was that video: forty seconds of chilling footage that Jack repeatedly claimed was not of his making, yet was posted from his own YouTube account.
Nobody knew what happened to Jack in the days that followed - until now.
Out in paperback right now in the UK, US and Canada, this standalone book delivers the answers to those questions and many more. Check out the book which The Three author Sarah Lotz describes as "scarier than watching The Exorcist in an abandoned asylum, wittier than the lovechild of Stephen Fry and Charlie Brooker"!
Where to buy the book
See my Jack Sparks videos on YouTube
Check out the Jack Sparks tribute site
Most of Jack Sparks' own site remains online, as a tribute to him. Here, you can...
EXAMINE HIS FINAL ONLINE POSTS
Get an overview of Jack's final days on Earth.
EXPERIENCE AN EXTRACT FROM THE BOOK
Preview a PDF containing the book's Foreword, written by Jack's brother Alistair Sparks, and Chapter One. Or check out the first five minutes of the audiobook.
READ CELEBRITY TRIBUTES TO JACK
The Three author Sarah Lotz, The Girl With All The Gifts author M.R. Carey, Derren Brown collaborator Andy Nyman, Stranger Than We Can Imagine... author John Higgs and Quite Ugly One Morning author Christopher Brookmyre line up to pay their last respects (and sometimes disrespects) to Jack Sparks.
Friends of Jack Sparks
Lovely, supportive sites and book bloggers. Thank you, all!
So, you already read and enjoyed the book?
Here are some suggestions for what to do next, apart from patting yourself on the back, 'cause you're awesome!
If you would like to help me and the late Jack Sparks even more than you already have, here are a few suggestions for things you could do. A buffet of possibilities, if you will...
Review Jack Sparks Somewhere!
I can't begin to tell you how important book reviews are: especially for a debut novel.
Would you like to write a quick (or not so quick, I'm not the boss of you) review of the book at Amazon or iBooks, thereby attaining ULTRA-SAINT status? Wow. Wowww. You rock. Here are the links you need:
Amazon: UK | US | Canada | Australia | Italy
France | Netherlands | Spain| Germany | Japan
India | Mexico | Brazil
iTunes Store links: UK | US | Australia
And if you're in the UK, here's the handy link to the wonderful online world of Waterstones, where a review would also be entirely amazing. Same goes for Forbidden Planet! And, of course, your very own blog! You'll have to provide your own link to that last one...
Tell More People About Jack Sparks
If there's one thing that every publisher in the world probably wishes they could buy, it's word of mouth. Because you really can't beat someone you know and trust telling you about a book they loved.
Check Out Other Stuff I've Written
The Last Days Of Jack Sparks is my debut 'solo' novel, but I've written some other things you might enjoy. One of them is currently free. Check out my Books page on this very site.
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