|Bones of the Yopasi
Announcing the second novel in The Dark Waters Trilogy
|The Dark Waters Trilogy | Published 03 May 2012||Rating||17 votes|
The Sunday night to Monday morning shift was always a slow night at Arkham Asylum. Monroe never normally cared which shift he worked, but this one was always slow to the point of boredom. During the week, the inmates were often feisty and in need of a hefty baton to the back of the legs before a doctor could arrive on the scene to administer sedatives.
Monroe hadn’t started out as a cruel warder, but years of being spat at, clawed, and otherwise abused by the lunatics kept confined in the asylum had driven any hint of compassion for his charges from his body long ago. Monroe had assumed the role of jailer more and more, until he no longer thought of the men behind bars as human.
They were inmates, numbers, and conditions.
Problems to be contained.
Yes, the Sunday to Monday shift was always a slow night. Which was why this particular shift would stand out in his memory as being so different.
Deeper into the Madness
Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce Bones of the Yopasi, the second novel in The Dark Waters Trilogy! In this thrilling sequel, the award-winning Graham McNeill continues the harrowing story begun in Ghouls of the Miskatonic. Featuring the mysterious and terrifying setting of Arkham Horror, Bones of the Yopasi draws inspiration from the eldritch universe created by H.P. Lovecraft.
Having barely recovered from a profound psychological ordeal, Miskatonic University professor Oliver Grayson looks forward to returning to normal life. Unfortunately for Grayson, however, his trials are only just beginning. After being called to the mist-shrouded town of Kingsport to identify some strange bones, the professor must join an unlikely team of investigators to face a horrifying new threat. But can they conquer their own demons in time to confront their common enemy?
Check Back for more information and previews of the thrilling Bones of the Yopasi. Look for this haunting tome on your bookseller’s shelves in the third quarter of 2012!
The Dark Waters Trilogy is a gripping new series from best-selling novelist Graham McNeill.