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The Creepers: Born in Winter

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Bobby’s whole life has been about surviving in the aftermath of the First War. The Folks taught him about the Creepers. Ol’ Randy taught him how to kill them, how to hide from them, and how to protect himself from their bite. But Ol’ Randy never told Bobby the truth of his existence. After sneaking beyond the Settlement’s razor wire fence Bobby, and his brother Ryan, are ...more
Kindle Edition, 281 pages
Published July 20th 2014 by Permuted Press (first published November 5th 2012)
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A.L.
Apr 13, 2013 A.L. rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I tried to read The Creepers and got about three quarters of the way through, then I got so creeped out I couldn't finish it. It is well written and worth a read if you love stuff that scares the hell out of you, so I guess this is an endorsement even though I couldn't make it to the end. Seriously, if you love stuff that makes you keep the lights on all night after reading them, this book is for you. Congrats, Norman Dixon.
Scott Whitmore
Apr 06, 2013 Scott Whitmore rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Twenty years after the zombie apocalypse, there are outposts where the living barely hang on amid the untold numbers of the risen dead. One of these in the mountains of Colorado is called The Settlement, the brainchild of a group of church-going Folks who anticipated and prepared for the catastrophe.

In addition to the Folks, though, there are five boys just into their teens in the outpost, with Bobby being the oldest. These five were mysteriously brought into The Settlement as infants by the cam
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Matt
Sep 27, 2013 Matt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebooks
THE CREEPERS was a pretty entertaining zombie novel. I liked the character of Bobby and wouldn't mind seeing more about him in the future.
Romancing the Book
Jul 08, 2016 Romancing the Book rated it it was amazing
Shelves: futuristic, horror
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Dixon just took zombie stories to a whole new level! Wow. The Creepers: Born in Winter will test your knowledge of the undead. I never expected this book to be this awesome.

I am not a zombie fan by any means. I don’t watch The Walking Dead and never felt the desire to. However, if The Creepers: Born in Winter is ever transformed into a movie or television show, I’ll be one of the biggest fans!

Never did I expe
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Steven Simpson
Feb 12, 2013 Steven Simpson rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: zombie-horror
This is a great story with a real twist in the zombie genre!

A group of survivors have lived for over 20 years since the first war (apocalypse) began, through hard work, punishment and the good lord a group of boys are singled out by the rest and treated poorly! Only ol randy and yanik the Russian treat them well. But theses boys are special, they have an unknown gift! Could they be the saviours of the world or the sporn of satan? Read this book and you will find out!

Great book well done Norman!
Richard E. Dykema
Apr 30, 2015 Richard E. Dykema rated it really liked it
This is a very good book. I couldn't stop reading it until the end was reached. The characters were very interesting and seemed real. I thought that the plot was good and original. I hope to read more these books soon


. the first book was free but I will buy the rest. I have to see how it ends.congrats to the author.
Jason Coulthard
A good read. A good post apocalypse virus with a unique twist. And the author has done well in making you decide who is worse the zombies or unaffected humans.
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Norman Dixon is currently hard at work on several projects. The first book in The Creepers trilogy from Permuted Press is out now. The first volume in his children's book series Olive's Adventures just debuted on KDP. Norman holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Cartooning from the School of Visual Arts. He currently lives in Hilton Head, South Carolina with his wonderful wife and daughters.
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