| A Shepherd's Calling (What Comes After Book 2) |
by Peter Carrier, Kevin Sanborn
$0.00, 234 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #48 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military > Space Marine
Vargas seems a man from another time and his offer sounds too good to be true. While Tom and his new companions have only recently escaped the terror of Portsmouth, they have another difficult decision to make. They can either accept Vargas at his word and see where he takes them, or find somewhere to wait out the long, cold winter with no provisions or preparations.
Their situation becomes even more uneasy when things take a bizarre turn. On the road to Respite, they learn much has changed since Ben and the others left it. While Tom and his small band work to uncover what happened, it becomes clear they are not alone. Who are these strangers, and what do they want? Can the Shepherd keep the peace between these very different groups? Most importantly, will he be able to unite his new allies under one just cause when the time comes?
“A Shepherd's Calling” is the second part of the What Comes After series. It is the sequel to “A Shepherd Cometh”.
| This Broken Veil (Ran Book 2) |
by Joshua Guess
$0.00, 196 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #16 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
The Nero virus didn't just raise the dead--it changed the living. Ran Lawson survived the catastrophic early days of the apocalypse with the help of new friends only to discover she was one of the many altered by the strange disease. When Nero first activated, it killed anyone with an injury more serious than a bruise, only adding to its mystery.
Six months later, Ran and other people with strange variations of the disease coursing through their veins are being targeted. Some remnants of the military, tasked with supporting the scientists whose research could be humanity's last hope, have been collecting test subjects whether they like it or not.
Ran has been a prisoner before. She knows the deep dread of the caged. And they are coming. For her and everyone like her.
Not even Ran knows if her mind can take confinement again, much less whether she can survive the experience. The one thing she will not do is ever give up. If necessary, she will make bad jokes right until the bitter end.
| A Shepherd Cometh (What Comes After Book 1) |
by Peter Carrier, Kevin Sanborn
$0.00, 200 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #169 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Fifteen years after a harrowing event caused mankind to Turn on each other, one community has released it's first wave of citizens into the world. Called Shepherds, these men and women search for other survivor groups. Their goal: re-unite what is left of humanity by connecting the remaining communities and restore a sense of purpose, order and justice.
Tom DuPuis is one of these Shepherds. In old New Hampshire, he finds a group of wayward souls in desperate need of help. But once he begins to aid them, he finds not everything is as it seems. Soon, Tom's capacity for mercy is stretched nearly as far as his ability to mete out judgment.
| Enemy Unseen |
by Ryan C. Thomas
$0.00, 101 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #82 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
CIA analyst Rhonda White has just received her first field assignment--find out who the strange man is hanging around known arms dealers in New York City. The closer Rhonda gets to the truth, the more she uncovers mysteries and horrors that go beyond her understanding. Why does everyone the man comes in contact with end up dead? More importantly, why do they come back a day later, covered blood and gore, wielding guns and knives, murdering people in broad daylight? What is the white powder being sold on the black market, and how does its existence threaten the very safety of people all around the world?
From the author of the cult classic The Summer I Died comes a new take on political terror like you've never read before.
"Enemy Unseen is the absolute stand-out story...that renders the old-fashioned voodoo zombie completely terrifying again." - ZombieFictionReview
Ryan Thomas works as an editor in San Diego, California. You can usually find him in the bars on the weekends playing with his band. When he is not writing or rocking out, he is at home with his wife and two dogs watching really bad B-movies. Visit him online at www.ryancthomas.com
| Zombie Rules |
by David Achord
$0.00, 263 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (369 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Zach Gunderson’s life sucked and then the zombie apocalypse began.
Rick, an aging Vietnam veteran, alcoholic, and prepper, convinces Zach that the apocalypse is on the horizon. The two of them take refuge at a remote farm. As the zombie plague rages, they face a terrifying fight for survival.
They soon learn however that the walking dead are not the only monsters.
| The Zombie Times - January Report |
by Richard Parise
$0.00, 14 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #9 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Comedy
The Zombie Times is a monthly newspaper report written by zombies for all zombies in the New England area with the exception of Vermont, whose present charter does not recognize their presence.
| What Became Of Her |
by Charlie Mason, Richard Simms
$0.00, 173 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #56 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Her mother killed her.
But that didn’t stop her.
The doctor and his wife loved her.
But that didn’t stop her.
The authorities attacked her.
But that didn’t stop her.
The Living Dead Girl would not—could not—be stopped.
Not until all the world had heard the message that even she didn’t know she had been sent to deliver.
Not until all the world had been made to pay.
Not until all the world knew what became of her.
| No Choice |
by B. Christine
$0.00, 97 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #30 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Horror
When Brandy finds her brother, Miller, standing in a grocery store looking sick and disheveled, she begins to worry about him. When he asks for meat, and he's been a vegetarian for years, she knows something is seriously wrong. She takes him to the home she shares with their mother and their teenage cousin, Wade. They take care of him and try to nurse him through his mysterious illness. But Miller acts increasingly more distant, and his appetite for meat grows more voracious by the day. Brandy is frightened as her brother changes into someone - something - else right in front of her. Brandy, their Mom and Wade only want to help Miller, but nothing can help with his cravings for meat and his determination to get it, at any cost. Brandy is left to fight to protect her loved ones and keep them safe from the terror and heartache that has become her family.
This is a novella length book in the horror genre.
| Theatre of Sorrow |
by Robert F. Allen
$0.00, 59 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #23 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories
Seven tales of horror shall take you on a journey through terror, where the supernatural and the macabre enter into the lives of ordinary people. Discover the evil truth of an old antique radio and one man’s desperate battle against ants. These stories and more are waiting for you in the Theatre of Sorrow. Enjoy the show!
| The Experiment Zombie Apocalypse (Myths and Dreams) |
by M. Modak
$0.00, 390 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #68 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
When my world ended, it didn’t start with a bomb. No army invaded. Sapen gave us a gift. The Golden Pill promised to transform us all into perfect beings. With it, we'd become stronger, smarter and pain would be gone. Free energy would fuel the New World under an “Inner System” commanded by the benevolent High Lord. "All will prosper, if you just take the Golden Pill."
Even I had to change.
A year later, I watched my classmates trapped inside their infested bodies that no longer obeyed their commands. I have seen swarms of them cutting people with their teeth ripping flesh with their fingertips. These monsters were once the "Neo Humans" and some were my friends. Their enhanced bodies were beautiful, but those bodies tortured them and kept them alive, so they could spread into all mankind.
Eventually, they all died, but their animated flesh still wanted to kill me. Those bodies were like programed things, clawing and biting at anything that moves, spreading into new hosts.
Beware, your world might be next...