That's the official release date of the new novel, Eleven Twenty-Three. I don't know about any other Permuted people out there, but I am mondo excited about this. Hope you all enjoy it, and maybe--just maybe--you'll never look at random planes in the sky the same way again. Here are some early reviews:
Jason S. Hornsby stands alongside Cormac McCarthy and Tony Burgess as an author gifted with the rare ability to spin tales of bleakest human horror into literary masterpieces. 11.23 is an utterly terrifying, genre-bending, paranoid nightmare of a novel that should be in line for major genre and mainstream awards.
-Chuck McKenzie, Necroscope
Eleven Twenty-Three begins with a bang, drags the reader along through one horrific moment after another and ends with the kind of soul-crushing whimper that can only be accompanied by nausea...This is one novel you won’t feel comfortable reading alone with the lights dimmed down...Hornsby’s style stays consistent throughout the new work. The snarky asides so abundant in ESTE are still present (thank god, as I found them to be highly entertaining) and the supporting cast all have their moments of introspection and intrigue. Like the novel that came before it, Eleven Twenty-Three still carries the sense of looming dread, helplessness in the face of shadowy conspiracy and hopeless trepidation that is characteristic of the author’s style.
-Jessica Brown, Dark Markets