| Stage 6 |
by Dylan James
$0.00, 209 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (47 reviews), #29 in > Teen & Young Adult > Horror
There is no time to think, no time to plan. There is only time to act as it slowly approaches you, sniffing, scanning, and hunting. It knows you’re there and it’s only a matter of time before it finds you and begins to feast.
Confronted with a shocking and horrific new world in which a contagious virus is suddenly transforming people into vicious predators, 17 year old Jack fights to lead his friends and family to safety. After narrowly escaping the city, Jack travels the apocalyptic USA in search of a safe haven. Along the way, he meets other survivors, including Kevin, a pessimistic lawyer with a phobia of “zombies”, and Steve, a former Navy Seal. Surprised at the terrible things he finds himself willing to do to survive, Jack struggles with his sense of morality. Constantly thrust into deadly situations, he makes quick decisions that determine the fate of others around him. Ultimately, Jack and the other survivors must ask themselves: is it possible to rebuild after such a widespread catastrophe? If it is possible, is it really worth it?
At 200 pages long, Stage 6 is a thrilling adventure that explores what a modern “zombie apocalypse” might look like if it happened tomorrow.
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| Dead Red: A Sci-Fi Horror Novel |
by Matthew Buza
$0.00, 227 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #2 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Colonization
Jade Westing and her crew members set out to transform Mars into a second home. They brought science, technology, and hope to an empty planet. But what they discovered in the sands of Mars would haunt them to their core. Dead Red is a terrifying journey that will have you asking to the very end...
What are you willing to sacrifice to survive?
| Chronos Unleashed (The Chronos Plague Book 1) |
by Glenn Riley, Steve Haran
$0.00, 109 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #636 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Inspired by the Resident Evil series and Steve Atlans Meg books, Chronos Unleashed is a story that is set in the same universe as the two series. Author Glenn Riley (Illusions? Maybe, The Creeping Darkness, The Teachings Of Jhun Thai) teams up with newcomer author Steve Haran to bring you the first in a series of books that offers a unique take on the ever popular zombie genre.
James Herbert Doyle has lived all his life in the quiet seaside town of Holloway Point in Wales. Down on his luck, jobless, depressed and burnt out, things could not get any worse until a mysterious illness befalls the town and before long, people start dying. It's only when the dead begin to come back to life that James Doyle believes there is something more sinister afoot in the small town.
Told through James perspective and that of other characters as they struggle to survive against the rising tide of the undead, the survivors little realise that the walking dead themselves are only the first stages of a mutation.
With zombies, mutated creature's, prehistoric sharks and even Kaijus, Chronos Unleashed is a monster ride from start to finish.
This is the first in a series of books chronicling the outbreak of a deadly virus.
| In the Forest: A Creepy Collection of Strange Tales |
by Dawna Flowers
$0.00, 213 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #178 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Psychological
From the depths of the Big Thicket, emerge five authors, drawn together by their passion for storytelling and their unique abilities to frighten innocent children and old women. Their Redneck Voodoo style of storytelling will carry you on journey through twelve tales, each written beneath the pines of East Texas.
Inside this delightfully creepy collection of tales, readers will find the following twelve tales: Scarecrow Sheriff, Dog Murderer, and Blackbirds, by Tim Bryant. In the Forest, by Dawna Bowman Flowers. Flowers, by Blake Heath. A Teller of Quietus, and Wife in a Box, by David Lackey. Homeless Willie & the Pigeons of Fremont Street, The Medulla Oblongata Affair, Cat Police, Tacos of Doom, and Secret Santa, by Randy Porter.