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Russell Carver, an enigmatic and tortured man in search of a young girl gone missing, has come to Factory Town, a post-industrial wasteland of abandoned buildings, crumbling asphalt, deadly characters, hidden secrets and unspeakable depravity. Wandering deeper and deeper into the dangerous, dream-like and darkly mysterious labyrinths in town, Russell stumbles upon clues that not only lead him closer to the missing girl, but to his own troubled past as well. Because in Factory Town nothing is what it seems, no one is safe, and there's no such thing as a clean escape. From Jon Bassoff, author of Corrosion, comes a dark, gritty and surreal novel that is at once a compelling mystery and an exploration into the darkest recesses of the human soul. Welcome to the haunting, frightening, and disturbing experience that is Russell Carver's search for the truth... Praise for FACTORY TOWN: "This is a profoundly discomfiting and pessimistic exploration of a deeply damaged man, and when Bassoff (Corrosion) invokes real-world horrors alongside the fantastical ugliness of Factory Town and its inhabitants, he suggests that similar foulness is common to all people. This is one to read with all the lights on." -Publishers Weekly "Factory Town: A hallucinatory descent into an urban hell that rivals Jim Thompson for stark terror. Jon Bassoff is a master of that territory where pulp becomes poetry, crime fiction mates with horror, but this novel is very much its own self-an unnervingly individual piece of work." -Ramsey Campbell, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Ancient Images "Factory Town is a journeyman's surreal voyage through the very heart of hell. A novel full of a crazed, ugly, vivid, disturbing energy held together by a deft hand. Bassoff is the king of creepy crime-horror fiction." -Tom Piccirilli, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Last Kind Words "For those of us who love the horror-crime genre, Jon Bassoff is a Godsend. Creepy, poetic, and beautifully dark, Factory Town is an absolutely mesmerizing ride." -John Rector, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Already Gone, Lost Things, and Out of the Black "In Factory Town, Jon Bassoff gives us Russell Carver, a man whose desperate search for a missing girl takes him to a bleak city where hope has long since been abandoned, and the grotesque is accepted as normal. By turns brutal and lyrical, shocking and uplifting, Factory Town provides a visceral experience unlike any other novel you'll read this year. Jon Bassoff is quickly becoming a must-read author in the field of dark fiction. Don't miss this worthy follow-up to last year's must-read Corrosion." -Allan Leverone, author of Final Vector and Mr. Midnight "No crime writer today does bleakness and despair as well as Jon Bassoff. He has the voice of a modern day David Goodis, if Goodis had been influenced by Stephen King. Factory Town is a thrilling genre bending mystery that is as scary as it gets." -Jason Starr, international bestselling author of The Craving and The Returning "Factory Town is the novel Kafka would have written had he lived longer. Brilliant writing, this, in the vein of Jung's shadow world. Jon Bassoff's novel is the contemporary Pilgrim's Progress; Russell Carver, the Christian of John Bunyan's work, traveling through the Slough of Despond looking for a salvation that will never come. And, then-there are lines that make you weep at their truth and beauty, like: 'She had once been beautiful, so beautiful that I almost believed in God, but beauty falls apart, just like everything, rusts and rots, disintegrates and deteriorates.' This is nihilism in its final, apocalyptic, terrible form." -Les Edgerton, author of The Rapist, The Bitch and The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Ki






Russell Carver, an enigmatic and tortured man in search of a young girl gone missing, has come to Factory Town, a post-industrial wasteland of abandoned buildings, crumbling asphalt, deadly characters, hidden secrets and unspeakable depravity. Wandering deeper and deeper into the dangerous, dream-like and darkly mysterious labyrinths in town, Russell stumbles upon clues that not only lead him closer to the missing girl, but to his own troubled past as well. Because in Factory Town nothing is what it seems, no one is safe, and there's no such thing as a clean escape. From Jon Bassoff, author of Corrosion, comes a dark, gritty and surreal novel that is at once a compelling mystery and an exploration into the darkest recesses of the human soul. Welcome to the haunting, frightening, and disturbing experience that is Russell Carver's search for the truth... Praise for FACTORY TOWN: "This is a profoundly discomfiting and pessimistic exploration of a deeply damaged man, and when Bassoff (Corrosion) invokes real-world horrors alongside the fantastical ugliness of Factory Town and its inhabitants, he suggests that similar foulness is common to all people. This is one to read with all the lights on." -Publishers Weekly "Factory Town: A hallucinatory descent into an urban hell that rivals Jim Thompson for stark terror. Jon Bassoff is a master of that territory where pulp becomes poetry, crime fiction mates with horror, but this novel is very much its own self-an unnervingly individual piece of work." -Ramsey Campbell, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Ancient Images "Factory Town is a journeyman's surreal voyage through the very heart of hell. A novel full of a crazed, ugly, vivid, disturbing energy held together by a deft hand. Bassoff is the king of creepy crime-horror fiction." -Tom Piccirilli, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Last Kind Words "For those of us who love the horror-crime genre, Jon Bassoff is a Godsend. Creepy, poetic, and beautifully dark, Factory Town is an absolutely mesmerizing ride." -John Rector, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Already Gone, Lost Things, and Out of the Black "In Factory Town, Jon Bassoff gives us Russell Carver, a man whose desperate search for a missing girl takes him to a bleak city where hope has long since been abandoned, and the grotesque is accepted as normal. By turns brutal and lyrical, shocking and uplifting, Factory Town provides a visceral experience unlike any other novel you'll read this year. Jon Bassoff is quickly becoming a must-read author in the field of dark fiction. Don't miss this worthy follow-up to last year's must-read Corrosion." -Allan Leverone, author of Final Vector and Mr. Midnight "No crime writer today does bleakness and despair as well as Jon Bassoff. He has the voice of a modern day David Goodis, if Goodis had been influenced by Stephen King. Factory Town is a thrilling genre bending mystery that is as scary as it gets." -Jason Starr, international bestselling author of The Craving and The Returning "Factory Town is the novel Kafka would have written had he lived longer. Brilliant writing, this, in the vein of Jung's shadow world. Jon Bassoff's novel is the contemporary Pilgrim's Progress; Russell Carver, the Christian of John Bunyan's work, traveling through the Slough of Despond looking for a salvation that will never come. And, then-there are lines that make you weep at their truth and beauty, like: 'She had once been beautiful, so beautiful that I almost believed in God, but beauty falls apart, just like everything, rusts and rots, disintegrates and deteriorates.' This is nihilism in its final, apocalyptic, terrible form." -Les Edgerton, author of The Rapist, The Bitch and The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Ki


In the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in a corner of South Carolina sits a town that should be economically dead. Release name Factory Town Size 135 MB. Home Factory Town Factory Town Beginners Guide Tips and Tricks. Start out with a few workers harvesting trees crops and ore. Factory Town FactoryTownGame.


Factory Town

Workers can be added in Factory Town with the Build Menu. 763 likes 2 talking about this 11 were here. Build automate and optimize your own village on procedurallygenerated 3D terrain. The drawback of a worker is its inefficiency as buildings and other units can produce and carry items faster. Factory Town describes itself like that Build automate and optimize your own village on procedurallygenerated 3D terrain. Factory Town is a TownBuilder Factory Management strategy game created by Erik Asmussen. Factory Town Free Download. Twinned with Lazy Town . In the end it is revealed that the factory is in fact a wicked and sosimpleitsridiculous business scheme of the. The tags customers have most frequently applied to Factory Town have also been applied to these products 30.00 19.99 29.99 29.99 21.99 29.99. Factory Town is Town BuilderFactory Simulation where you guide a wide array of construction and consumer . It has a template but there is not enough information present.


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