by June Stevens (Goodreads Author), D.J. Westerfield (Goodreads Author)
Zombies aren’t supposed to exist, yet they are turning up all over Nash City. As a member of the Elite Black Blade Guard, Fiona Moo…more
Zombies aren’t supposed to exist, yet they are turning up all over Nash City. As a member of the Elite Black Blade Guard, Fiona Moon is tasked with hunting down the most dangerous Paranorm criminals. Now she must find out who is kidnapping mages and sucking the life energy from their bodies. To make matters worse, she has to work with the one man that embodies everything she despises.
Ian Barroes is the rich founder and head of the Necromancers Guild and a professor of Necromantic Studies at the Academy of Science and Magic. There is one thing he wants more than anything else in the world... Fiona.
They each hold secrets that could destroy them but could also be the key to destroying the evil Voodoo priest, Bokur. They must learn to trust each other track down Bokur before more innocents are taken, and murdered. To make matters worse, when Fiona becomes a target of the evil madman she is lured into his trap. Now she and Ian have to fight for survival and their very souls.
ABOUT THE PARANORM WORLD SERIES
After a worldwide cataclysm and wars broke down society and changed the landscape of the world, a new society had to take shape. The magic users and paranormal beings that spent centuries in hiding and were relegated to myth and legend had to come out of hiding to save the world that shunned them. Now witches, vampires, shifters and normal humans live side by side in a society that was built by merging technology and magic.
In the ruins of old cities new ones formed. New governments rule. Within the walls of the autonomous city-states that have risen up with a City Guard on every corner and the Black Blade Guard, an elite Paranorm law force that dates back centuries before the Cataclysm and hunts down the worst Paranorm criminals, life is relatively safe. Or it should be.
Beyond the walls in the outer-zones is where the real outlaws live. Right? [close]
by G.O. Clark (Goodreads Author)
From the Bram Stoker Award nominated poet of Shroud of Night, Strange Vegetables, Bone Sprockets, 25 Cent Rocket Ship To The Stars and The Other Side of the Lens comes a new collection of 42 poems in the realm of the undead. Launching as in stock on Thursday, May 23rd at DarkRegions.com.
Zombies! There are all kinds of zombies out there these days, from the slow-witted, slow-moving kind, to the more steroid pumped-up versions of recent film and TV. In Scenes Along the Zombie Highway, you'll encounter the living dead in all their ragged, rotten glory, and upon finishing the book, leave with a twisted smile upon your face.
Praise for Scenes Along the Zombie Highway:
"G. O. Clark's Scenes Along the Zombie Highway is stylish, chilling, clever and sly. Beware: it will eat your brain and have your sense of the absurd for dessert." - Mary A. Turzillo, Nebula Award winner, Rhysling Award finalist, author of Lovers and Killers.
"Grisly and smartly funny! G. O. Clark renders the juiciest bits of modern zombie lore into ironic, poignant, and often wry reflections of modern society filtered through a warped sense of humor we all hope the walking dead will have when the zombie apocalypse finally arrives." - James Chambers, author of Corpse Fauna and The Engines of Sacrifice.
"Scenes Along the Zombie Highway is an absorbing collection of emotionally poignant poetry. G. O. Clark brings a fresh take to the zombie genre, so if you love zombies, then you will love this book." - Jeani Rector, Editor of The Horror Zine.
"I'm going to guess that G. O. Clark had a good time with the poems in Scenes Along the Zombie Highway. Oh, there is some serious work here, but Mr. Clark is playing at the top of his game...when he's tongue in cheek. A great wry, witty look at the whole zombie craze. Highly recommended." - Gene O'Neill, Stoker winning author of Dance of the Blue Lady and Other Stories.
by Colin M. Drysdale (Goodreads Author)
Primarily set in the northern Bahamas, ‘For Those In Peril On the Sea’ weaves its tale of post-apocalyptic survival into the local sub-tropical seascape and the sailing culture that can be found there. With its evocative use of real locations haunted by zombie-like infected and atmospheric depictions of the trials of life at sea drawn from the author’s own experiences, this debut novel from Colin M. Drysdale provides a new and unusual take on the traditional post-apocalyptic and zombie genres.
From the back of the book:
After a six week voyage across the Atlantic, they couldn’t wait to get to shore. When they got there, they found the land would never be safe again…
There was nothing to suggest it would be anything other than a routine delivery. Four people thrown together by chance, sailing a newly-built catamaran from South Africa to Miami. But while they were away, something happened, something none of them could ever have imagined. When they get back to civilisation, they find it no longer exists. The land is no longer safe. Their only option is to stay on the boat and try to survive.
Join Bill, Rob, Jon and CJ as they travel around their frightening new world. One where they must struggle against the infected that now rule the land, the elements and each other.
About The Author:
As a marine biologist, Colin M. Drysdale has spent plenty of time at sea with no land in sight but he is always glad when he finally gets back to shore. This novel is inspired by a thought that often plagues him during his voyages. What would he do if something happened while he was away and he could never go back?
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