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Beneath a dead, forgotten city in North Central Texas, an ancient evil strengthens. Guarded by a collection of monsters, demons, and freaks of nature, Gate 4 is our only defense. As long as its dark keepers remain on our side.

GATE 4: VOLUME ONE EPISODES collects the full first season of GATE 4, an ongoing horror serial. This collection features an introduction from the
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Kindle Edition, 113 pages
Published January 10th 2020
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Steve Stred
Jan 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
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I first read Terry’s work just last year, which feels so odd to say that as 2019 was only 10 days ago at the time of writing this. I reviewed his novella Transfer and was stunned.

At first when this was offered up, I was going to pass – I have so many on the go at the moment, but the looming brilliance of Transfer pulled me back in.

Gate 4: Volume One Episodes is the collection of the first batch of Terry’s Gate 4 serial novellas. Each one
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Rich Cole
Jun 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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This is the making of an exce!!ent series. It's pretty fast paced . It has a good mixture of horror and humor. He has a group of short stories you should read first to get you up to speed with the characters. Looking forward to volume 2.
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Terry M. West is an American horror author. His best known works: What Price Gory, Car Nex, Dreg and his Night Things series. He was a finalist for 2 International Horror Guild Awards and he was featured on the TV Guide Sci-Fi hot list for his YA graphic novel series, Confessions of a Teenage Vampire. Terry was born in Texas, lived in New York for two decades and he currently hangs his hat in ...more