Lonely Riders by Michael D. Dennis

About the Book:

“Lonely Riders” is a gripping novel by Michael D. Dennis set in Los Angeles, following the tumultuous life of Kyle Whalen. Kyle, a hustler and part-time cook, finds love and chaos with Elise Minor, but their world unravels when tragedy strikes and Elise turns to drugs. Kyle’s life takes a surreal turn when he encounters Michael, who introduces him to a cult with a plan to journey into an alternate dimension. As Kyle delves into this new world, he finds himself in a post-apocalyptic realm where violence and mystery reign, blurring the lines between reality and illusion as he struggles to survive.



“Lonely Riders is best suited for adults since it includes detailed sensual scenes and some acts of violence. Though it includes discussions of other dimensions and time travel, it’s not your typical sci-fi book with intricate science information. It also incorporates some lightly explored fantasy themes like beasts and predestination. Additionally, the plot comprises themes that reflect real, normal life and that a great part of the audience is likely to be familiar with, including family, fatherhood, pregnancy, unemployment, depression, psychological disorder, deceit, and more. I couldn’t get enough of Michael’s masterpiece. It’s like a dream or what I imagine traveling between dimensions would feel like. This suspense-filled and sensational book is the perfect story for escaping reality and feeling strongly for an irresistible, passionate protagonist. Prepare to have your mind blown into colorful, multidimensional fragments.”

– Foluso Falaye, Seattle Book Review

About the Author:

Michael D. Dennis is an author, playwright, and screenwriter known as ‘MrDeadletters’ on social media for his love-inspired micropoetry. He received his degree in English Literature from Loyola Marymount University, where he graduated with honors and received a playwriting award. Michael was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA and lives with his wife and two kids.