| After the Dust |
by Charley Deatelhauser
$0.00, 181 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #129 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
The world has fallen to zombies overnight. It's up to the actions of a few with super powers to make a difference for the remaining survivors.
| "I Hate Zombies!" |
by S.H. Davis
$0.00, 214 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #44 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > War & Military
If you are looking for your typical zombie story, then this isn't it....it's way more fun! A soldier who grew up hating zombie films and lore is thrown into his worst nightmares come to life, but with the whole world at stake, the dead aren't the only things nipping at his heels.
| ARISEN : Genesis |
by Michael Stephen Fuchs
$0.00, 240 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (309 reviews), #31 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Readers call the ARISEN series:
"Wall to wall adrenaline - edge of your seat unputdownable until the very last page" ... "staggeringly good - the most consistently excellent franchise in zombie literature" ... "the best post-apocalyptic military fiction there is" ... "one badass unstoppable bullet train ride" ... "moves like an avalanche" ... "edge of the seat, nail biting, page turning mayhem" ... "had me holding my breath more times than I could count" ... "THE BOSS of the zombie apocalypse genre" ... "The pace and action are breathtaking" ... "the most amazing and intense battle scenes you've ever experienced" ... "rolls along like an out of control freight train" ... "insane propulsive storytelling" ... "left me shaking at the last page" ... "They grab you on the first page and kick your ass through the entire series..."
Come back in time with the first ARISEN prequel and live through the beginning of the end of the world... (Can be read as a stand-alone novel, an introduction to the series, or at any point while reading the main series.)
Tucked away in a high-tech Tactical Operations Center, inside an isolated safehouse in the Horn of Africa, sits Agency analyst Zack Altringham. He is Kenyan-born, Princeton-educated, badly burnt-out - and condemned by his language and cultural skills to a lifetime of fighting America's shadow counter-terror wars.
But when another mystery epidemic breaks out, and terrifyingly quickly reaches a tipping point, chaos descends - and Zack and his team (including two former Team Six SEALs) are trapped between the millstones of the sick and the dying on one side, and heavily armed militias on the other. Soon their "safe" house is in flames, and their only remaining option is to get in their up-armored SUV and try to escape the imploding gravity well of the city, to the safety of the American military base in Djibouti. But by then, will there be anywhere safe left on Earth to escape to?
| Kill Kill Kill (Part 3): The Children of the World Dream of War |
by Mike Leon
$0.00, 217 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #18 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Comedy
Warning: This book is TOTALLY METAL.
How metal? About as metal as a Slayer album played backwards while Conan the Barbarian swordfights Vikings on top of an M1 tank that’s rolling through a strip club full of hot girls in chainmail bikinis.
In the desert sands of Saudi Arabia, Victor Hansen has begun a killing rampage that will not end until he has snuffed out every Islamic life on the planet Earth. Despite his best efforts, he is beginning to admit that this is a task he cannot complete alone. To accomplish his mission, he seeks to forge alliances with madmen every bit as diabolical as he.
In the space between worlds, Yoshida Tanaka has received a vision from the spirits of his ancestors. He must go to America and seek out a man who cannot be found. On his quest, he will cross swords with a monster too terrible for any nightmare to contain.
In the American West, Walter Stedman declares all-out war on the shadowy creatures known as Reptoids. With a shortage of soldiers and an even greater shortage of intel, Walter resorts to ruthless torture as means to an end. Soon, he will be joined by an unlikely ally; a warrior whose unrivaled brutality in combat and ice-cold detachment will either spell doom to Walter’s enemies, or ruin for all of mankind.
The children of the world do not dream of peace. They dream of war.
Note: This volume contains chapters 46-70 of KILL KILL KILL.
| In the End (Quarantined series Book 2) |
by Tracey Ward
$0.00, 266 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (73 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Comedy
A completed series!
Jordan and Alissa made it out of Portland, away from ground zero where The Fever still rages on. But they couldn't beat the quarantine. Now barriers are being built and the remaining survivors of the outbreak are trapped.
And the undead just keep coming.
The wave of infected is building as city after city is devoured. As they head east into the mountains they will be forced to fight both the dead and the living as they search for a safe place to weather the storm.
But what they believed would be the death of them might actually save them, and in this hell on Earth they'll uncover something even more shocking than the risen dead. Hope.
*Due to violence and language, this book is not recommended for readers under 16.
| Threnody: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller (The Redivivus Trilogy Book 1) |
by Kirk Withrow
$0.00, 322 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #19 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
John Wild knows something is dead wrong the moment he finds the local airport deserted.
Returning home from work on an isolated reservation, he is unaware of the cataclysmic events that rocked the globe, leaving a plague-ridden, apocalyptic wasteland in its wake. As he struggles to survive against all odds, John learns that even when monsters walk the earth, people can still be the most dangerous things in the land.
Two things, above all else, become his focus. Can John find his family and help his longtime friend, Dr. Lin San, in her search for a cure, or will the merciless plague prove to be his demise--and the threnody of the entire human race?
| Zombie Story |
by Stuart Carter
$0.00, 224 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #102 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Psychological
Hidden away in an isolated old manor house Thom explains the events that brought him to this sanctuary. With years of obsessing over the possibility, and having long debated the optimum survival strategies, he should have been well prepared to survive a zombie apocalypse. But plans soon fall apart, and the end of the world is not always as it seems.
| Listen to Gran |
by Jennifer Chambers
$0.00, 15 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #11 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Occult
New York 2090 and the New Prohibition is in full swing with speakeasy joints offering their brew for the thirsty public. When people in search of the bootleg liquor go missing, it's up to a G-man to find them and the brew they've been drinking.
Horror short story
| No-Name Girl (The NV-290 Series Book 1) |
by T. J. Forrester
$0.00, 95 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #38 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
The swarm advances—infecting, trampling—a destructive force that ends the world as Kara knows it. She's skinny now, starvation does that to a girl, and she flees north to the frozen land. Orphaned at eighteen, she's tasked with taking care of her little brother, and together they struggle for survival on this epic journey. When a video of Kara battling a coffee drone goes viral, a producer offers a contract for her own cable show. Can she and her brother escape the people-eaters who prowl at night? Will she fall for the young cowboy with the injured leg? To what lengths will Kara go to satisfy the producer's insatiable lust for ratings? All is revealed in this first book of the thrilling NV-290 Series.
| Curious Goods: Pandora's Box - Book 1 |
by Bones Monroe
$0.00, 22 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #25 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Comedy
When Paul has the worst news that a father can get, that his child has a terminal disease, he spirals into despair. He discovers a quaint antique shop, Curious Goods. Much to his surprise, the owner offers him a solution to all his woes. He accepts and is ecstatic when his daughter improves. All is well, until things start to spiral downwards. Sometimes this are not as they seem.
Book 1 of the Curious Goods series