You can visit the town, but you won’t be leaving.
Dean is a bestselling writer who struggles with writer’s block ever since the scandal. Between the accident and the public scandal, no publisher wants to work with him anymore – until his agent calls him one day to tell him he managed to sign a deal with a small publisher. Dean isn’t thrilled, but his lack of excitement turns into frustration when he learns that his deadline to come up with an idea for a book is thirty days.
It is during his research of creepy internet legends that he stumbles upon the mysterious story of Suicide Town. This isolated little place is notorious for its high number of suicides, but that isn’t the only thing it’s famous for. The legend claims that any visitor who comes to Suicide Town ends up killing themselves soon after.
Inspired to write a book about Suicide Town, Dean decides to visit the town. At first glance, everything is normal except one minor thing – the townsfolk have strange rules they want Dean strictly to follow to the letter. The longer Dean spends in Suicide Town, the more he learns that the townsfolk are hiding something important from him; something dark that only they know.
By the time he learns why the rules are so important, it’s far too late to leave without consequences. Writing the book falls into oblivion as Dean’s main concern becomes how to survive his stay in Suicide Town.
Disclaimer: This book deals with themes of suicide.