This page lists some of the fiction written by Robert Maas but published under different names.
The Music Of The Rending Of The Night by Kare Mois
A dark fantasy. An extreme horror novel. A spiraling into moral, spiritual and physical depravity. A headlong spin into nightmare with no possibility of awakening. A one-way journey to the bone room.
90,000 words : 334 pages
Read my post about The Music Of The Rending Of The Night here.
The Mael by Penny Maez
A coming-of-age adventure story, with thrilling battles, an emerging romance, an edge-of-the-seat escape, and scenes of immense personal courage. It contains monstrous and pitiless aliens, sustained torture, and acts of desperate heroism.
50,000 words : 194 pages
Receiver by Penny Maez
A young boy has to deal with something terrifying that has intruded on his life. He has to summon up all his reserves of strength and courage and learn to confront it without preconceptions.
50,000 words : 188 pages
Constant by Penny Maez
A viscious horror novel. One ordinary morning, awakening in her ordinary room in her ordinary house, a girl called Melanie Lambert turns back her covers to find she has twelve toes.
57,000 words : 216 pages
Read my post about Constant here.
Hiding Place by Penny Maez
A chilling novel of claustrophobia, revelation, and revenge. Confined together deep underground, its characters become the target of their own escalating fears. As each man reveals more of his past, the horror mounts, the walls close in, and they begin to realize that they’re not alone.
51,000 words : 176 pages
The Billows by Penny Maez
At first Lankin is a mystery to Julia, one she’s determined to solve. Who is he, and why is he hauling her across country toward an unknown destination they never seem to reach? But then she realizes she’s looking in the wrong place. For the greater mystery is herself.
59,000 words : 208 pages
Down Where The Dead Roll by Penny Maez
A group of kids discover that they share their neighborhood with invisible ghosts. The more they learn about these ‘creepers,’ the more terrifying their world becomes until they are literally fighting for more than their own lives.
57,000 words : 190 pages
Read my post about Down Where The Dead Roll here.
The Summoning by Catherine Mays
1490. Luke Maudlin has been brought back to life, but he’s degenerating fast. So a girl is summoned from far in his future to come back to him for five days every month, to remind him who he was. But is it too late for him? And for her?
93,000 words : 358 pages