As the year draws to a close a mysterious stranger makes a proposition to club owner, Warren Charlton. It's a deal involving a brand new drug called Pandemonium.
The good news: the drug is free.
The bad news: it comes at a heavy price, promising much but delivering far more.
Euphoria and ecstasy. Death and depravity. All come together, at Discoredia.
"J.C. Michael unleashes upon ordinary, unsuspecting characters a fiendish plot that only maestros such as Bentley Little and Michael Slade could rival."
~ Dean Lombardo, author of Space Games
"Discoredia will take you on a crazy ride to hell and back, if you're ballsy enough to take on this awesome book."
~ Claire Riley, author of Limerence
"J.C. Michael's brilliant novel, Discoredia, is a literal trip into the abyss echoing with the screams of those classic movies from the 80s where the big bad was bigger than life, unrepentantly evil, and no one was safe. By the time Michael's 200 beat-per-minute pandemonium kicks in it's too late to do anything but keep rolling and pray you make it to the last track."
~ Bracken MacLeod, author of Mountain Home
"J.C. Michael's Discoredia is the ballroom blitz from Hell. Michael's novel of sex, drugs, music and evil pulls you in seductively, then turns the amp up to 11. With a silky, snaky style reminiscent of Clive Barker, Michael weaves a tale that takes recreational drug use to a whole new, terrifying level. The book moves at a terrific pace, to the THUMP THUMP THUMP of dance music. And all the time, in the background, there is an elegant, sophisticated evil DJing the entire rave."
~ John F.D. Taff, author of Little Deaths
"Fantastic. Epic. I've done a lot of drugs, and wrote my share of stories, but never have they both danced together in the darkness such as in Discoredia."
~ Mark Matthews, author of On the Lips of Children