The Traveler's Door

BY CARL ALVES

The Traveler’s Door

Julian Dawson travels through the multiverse completing one dangerous task after another with one goal–return home to his family.

The Traveler's Door

BY CARL ALVES

The Traveler’s Door

Julian Dawson travels through the multiverse completing one dangerous task after another with one goal–return home to his family.

Carl Alves

Carl is the author of five published novels which span the horror, fantasy, and science fiction genres in no particular order.

Published Books

Happy Readers

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A novel for fans (adult and teen) of Stranger Things on TV, Carl Alves’ The Invocation offers a terrifying view of what might happen when a Ouija board is used by a group of fourth grade students.

– amazon review of the invocation

 

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I found this very entertaining and a new look at this type of story. It was refreshing to actually touch on this subject with both humor and humility as well as the typical soul battle of good vs evil.

– amazon review of battle of the soul

 

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I think the description given by this author hits the nail right on the head and fits the book perfectly: “True Blood meets The Sopranos”.

 

  – amazon review of blood street:a vampire thriller

 

My Writing Blog

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Movie Review: Late Night with the Devil

I had heard good things about Late Night with the Devil, and anything I heard did not do justice to this movie. This movie absolutely hit it out of the park and was exceptional in many ways. For starters, the setting was excellent. For those not old enough to know...

Silver Nitrate by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

In Silver Nitrate, Tristan and Montserrat, an actor and a sound editor from Mexico, both struggling to make a living, befriend an old director, who tells them of a tale of a Nazi who was a practicing sorcerer coming to Mexico in the fifties, and starting a cult of...

Movie Review: Godzilla X Kong

It seems as if the overall quality of these movies in this monster mash series has progressively decreased. The best two movies were Kong: Skull Island and the first Godzilla movie. Each one since seems worse than the previous one. That doesn’t mean they aren’t worth...

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