The Eleven

The Eleven

An intern from a gossip magazine is sent to interview a reclusive author. The author recounts a harrowing story of his life and his connection to a cult called The Eleven represented by the symbol XIIX. This is no ordinary cult.

The Eleven is a great example of why I like independently published books. The book is an unusual mix of genres. It is a thriller but also a thinking man’s horror tale. Surprisingly, it also contains a fair amount of Easter eggs about Dante’s Inferno. Ultimately, it reveals just how desperate people, especially in Los Angeles, are to be famous. It would make a great film that isn’t a cookie cutter remake or a superhero blockbuster. The book makes you think well after the last page is read. 5 stars!

Thanks to Died Famous and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.

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