Hollywood Screenwriter Turned Author Mylo Carbia Surprises Critics With Mainstream #1 Bestseller

Controversial horror novel debuts as #1 Bestseller in New Releases and #1 Bestseller in American Horror weeks before it's official release date of October 13, 2015.
Every now and then a novel will break out of its genre. Remember the masses who never read erotica until Fifty Shades of Grey? Well once again, that phenomena is here with The Raping of Ava DeSantis by Hollywood screenwriter, Mylo Carbia.

Set in 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia, The Raping of Ava DeSantis tells the story of a working class college student who is brutally attacked by three wealthy fraternity brothers, then confronted with the decision of a lifetime: accept money to stay quiet or seek justice with the police. What she does in response is the basis of this revenge horror story that will have readers talking for years to come.

The fictional story is based on a screenplay Hollywood screenwriter Mylo Carbia originally optioned with a major studio, but was never green-lit due to the gruesome nature of several scenes: particularly the raping of an eighteen-year-old college student by three wealthy fraternity brothers which Carbia purposefully skips in the novel. Instead, the book version follows the aftermath of the event, including the hush money paid to the victim and the revenge she seeks against their loved ones decades later.

Called "The Best Novel Of The Year" by Great-Novels.com and "Horror's next New York Times Bestseller" by All Indie Magazine, The Raping of Ava DeSantis is currently on sale exclusively on Amazon and will be available in both print and eBook formats in Barnes & Noble, Apple iBooks, Kobo and 30,000 other bookstores worldwide on October 13, 2015.

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