Hell At Brooklyn Tea

The Sequel To Hell At The Way Station

The sequel to the award-winning ‘Hell At The Way Station’ with Marc Abbot and Steven Van Patten returning and bringing sword and sorcery maven Kirk Johnson along for the ride!

After a harrowing battle with the demon, Baphomet and his cultists at the Waystation bar, Brooklyn-based adventurers Marc Abbott and Steven Van Patten attempt to regroup at a Bed-Stuy tea shop. As they gather their wits, the owners confide in them of strange goings-on within their establishment. This quickly turns into more than anyone expected. Eventually, mystic archer Kirk Johnson is called in to help as a vengeful abomination leads them all down a path of supernatural violence, and one of them endures a transformation that will change his life forever.

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