Lucas Burford writes books, which given the format in which you’re viewing this makes perfect sense. However, where Lucas differs is in the way he writes and what he writes about. At the heart of each of his stories is the undeniable imagination of someone who should probably be institutionalized. He brings life to stories of death and murder, and shines a light on betrayal and the darkest parts of our most hidden secrets to create masterfully intricate stories of the human condition.
Not only do his stories trek across paths we hide from, but they also entertain. From exposing the seedy underbelly of San Francisco, to posing the what-ifs for a future where the world has collapsed in chaos, he is unmatched in his creativity and deranged sense of humor that make each of his stories worthwhile.