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THE SEVEN EXPERIMENTS
WINNER! 2020 AMERICAN FICTION AWARDS - (HORROR-PSYCHOLOGICAL)
2020 eLit AWARD GOLD MEDALIST - (HORROR)
Number 1 Best Seller: Amazon's Psychic Thriller category
"A genuinely chilling psychological thriller. Can't wait to read what Kanicki dreams up next." 9/10 -Murder Mayhem and More
"A hugely entertaining psychic thriller that fans of Black Mirror will relish." -Best Thrillers
"...thought-provoking paranormal thriller." -Sublime Book Review
"... Stephen Kanicki weaves an intriguing tale in The Seven Experiments. It's been a while since I read a story with a healthy dose of eeriness like this one. It's nothing too close to horror, but it's just creepy enough to make your skin crawl. Set in present-day New York City, The Seven Experiments is a fictional novel that examines religious, pseudoscientific and metaphysical themes..." Literary Titan
"Interesting and thought provoking. A nice twist of good and evil. I was hoping for an ending in this direction." Amazon Reviewer
"The Seven Experiments are a scary look at the combination of self-help, science and 'what-if?'. Struggling professor and minister Dr. Gary Miller is frustrated with his mediocre life - especially when he compares himself to his friend, Dr. Robert Harris, who has just retired, with everything he could want. Then Bob introduces Gary to the Seven Experiments - positive thinking gone wild, especially in Gary's case. The experiments work. They work incredibly well. Now Gary can get everything he desires - but what choices will he make? The novel is an exciting exploration of power, morality, and choice and how those choices change us as our power/influence grows. A rapid moving read and fascinating to the end."
" Amazon Reviewer
Stephen Kanicki is an author of thought-provoking, reality-based science fiction. His novel, The Seven Experiments, features an ordinary college professor and a self-help experiment that goes horribly wrong. With his unique slant on familiar characters and extraordinary circumstances, Stephen weaves a psychological narrative that is truly imaginative and horrifying.
Stephen is the father of three children, a teacher, an award-winning photographer, and a musician. He enjoys writing by the shores of lake Chautauqua at his home in Ashville, New York, but he’s not averse to setting down the laptop and picking up a fishing pole when the fish are biting. When he’s not teaching, writing, or painting, he likes to run and can often be seen on Sunday morning long runs at Long Point State Park. If his aging body can stand it, he would love to run another full marathon.