|Number of Pages||312 Pages|
After the death of his wife, successful sculptor Tim Overleigh trades in his lucrative career for the world of extreme sports. But when a caving accident nearly ends his life, Tim falls into a self-destructive downward spiral. Haunted by visions of his dead wife, and on the cusp of losing his mind, Tim runs into an old friend who tries to convince him to join a team of men climbing the Godesh Ridge in Nepal. The journey requires crossing the Tibetan beyul? to seek out the elusive Canyon of Souls.
Knowing he needs to get away and put his life back on track, Tim departs for Nepal. But what begins as a journey steeped in Tibetan folklore and mysticism soon turns into an experiment in torment, destruction, and death. Will any of the men escape the mountain with their lives?
About the Author
Ronald Malfi is an American novelist whose genres include horror, thrillers, mainstream, and literary fiction. Malfi is also a musician, and for a time he fronted the Baltimore-based alternative rock band Nellie Blide. The eldest of four children, he was born inBrooklyn, New York, in 1977 and currently lives in Maryland.
Malfi received a degree in English from Towson University in 1999. Earlier small press novels and short stories had Malfi using his full name, Ronald Damien Malfi, but he later dropped his middle name for his mass market releases. He is considered one of the new wave of literary, or ?art house,? horror novelists.