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Stranger Things meets The X-Files in this heart-racing conspiracy thriller as a lonely young woman teams up with a group of fellow outcasts to survive the night in a town overcome by a science experiment gone wrong.
Something sinister lurks beneath the sleepy tourist town of Turner Falls nestled in the hills of central Oregon. A growing spate of mysterious disappearances and frenzied outbursts threaten the town’s idyllic reputation until an inexplicable epidemic of violence spills out over the unsuspecting city.
When the teenage children of several executives from the local biotech firm become ill and hyper-aggressive, the strange signal they can hear starts to spread from person to person, sending anyone who hears it into a murderous rage. Lucy and her outcast friends must fight to survive the night and get the hell out of town, before the loop gets them too.
"A dazzling writer."
Chuck Palahniuk, author of Fight Club
"Jeremy writes like his brain is on fire and he’s in no rush to put it out."
Paul Tremblay, author of Survivor Song
"The Loop is a wild and wonderfully scary novel—a genuine thrill ride stuffed with conspiracy theories, science gone wrong, and brutal terror. "
Richard Chizmar, author of Gwendy’s Magic Feather
"I've seen the future and it's bizarre, it's beautifully berserk, it's Jeremy Robert Johnson."
Stephen Graham Jones, author of The Only Good Indians
"The Loop is the Cronenberg film we never got. It's a volcano of a book: violent, compassionate, relentless, and opulently strange."
Nathan Ballingrud, author of North American Lake Monsters and Wounds
"The Loop is hilarious and horrifying."
Brian Keene, author of The Rising Unputdownable
"Fans of The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, and Stranger Things will be especially thrilled."
"The Loop is a remarkably propulsive novel, cinematic in the best way, with perfectly tuned tension"
"A satisfyingly dark satire of, well, everything...[a] heart-pounding and deeply unsettling tale."
"A wickedly entertaining but also grotesque teen nightmare."