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Thomas Davidson

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BLACK MIRROR fans will be drawn in by Thomas Davidsons engrossing, hallucinatory tale of a screenwriter who stumbles into another dimension. -- Bella Wright, BestThrillers.comEXIT, a near-future/supernatural thriller, is loosely based on my shortMoreBLACK MIRROR fans will be drawn in by Thomas Davidsons engrossing, hallucinatory tale of a screenwriter who stumbles into another dimension. -- Bella Wright, BestThrillers.comEXIT, a near-future/supernatural thriller, is loosely based on my short story, Exit, winner of San Franciscos 2013 Litquake Booktrack Halloween Short Story Competition.Parallel worlds are best left to theoretical physicists. Not Rayne Moore and her boyfriend, Tim Crowe, co-writing a screenplay for a filmmaker friend. Their passion for movies will lead to an unusual door, where the exit is an entrance. And whats coming next...is coming soon to our world.Tim, home from Massachusetts General Hospital and recovering from retinal surgery, sneaks out one night and sees a movie (with one eye). The film paints a paranoid, near-future thats as impersonal and invasive as a grainy security-camera image. The trailer for coming attractions isnt a tease--its a warning. But the pièce de résistance is the theater itself. Tim experiences movie magic unlike anything hes ever seen. When he goes missing, Rayne follows his trail. She enters the theater, watches a clip of coming attractions, and spots a familiar face on the screen. Tim? When she walks down the aisle and opens the rear exit, her journey begins.Because at this theater, you never go out...the way you come in. Now turn off your cell phone, dim the lights.Its showtime.(The first half of EXIT was previously published as FLOATERS, a 35,000-word novella. I wrote a sequel, and realized it couldnt be released as a standalone without the reader knowing the back-story. So I combined both parts. EXIT is now a full-length novel at 73,000 words.)