Thomas S. Flowers

more photos (2)

year in books
Horace ...
14,786 books | 1,968 friends

J.D. Ba...
410 books | 3,781 friends

Paul
1,248 books | 1,253 friends

Jason
1,464 books | 1,098 friends

David
783 books | 315 friends

Mike Ja...
798 books | 4,079 friends

Merrill...
56 books | 889 friends

Paul An...
1,045 books | 825 friends

More friends…

Thomas S. Flowers

Goodreads Author


Born
The United States
Website

Twitter

Genre

Influences
Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, William Peter Blatty, William L. Shirer, C ...more

Member Since
January 2014


Thomas S. Flowers is an Operation Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom Army veteran who loves scary movies, BBQ, and coffee. Ever since reading Remarque’s "All Quiet on the Western Front" and Stephen King’s "Salem’s Lot" he has inspired to write deeply disturbing things that relate to war and horror, from the paranormal to his gory zombie infested PLANET of the DEAD series, to even his recent dabbling of vampiric flirtation in The Last Hellfighter readers can expect to find complex characters, rich historical settings, and mind-altering horror. Thomas is also the senior editor at Machine Mean, a horror movie and book review site that hosts contributors in the horror and science fiction genre.

PLANET of the DEAD and The Last Hellfighter are bes
...more

To ask Thomas S. Flowers questions, please sign up.

Popular Answered Questions

Thomas S. Flowers I'm currently working on a new book that will delve into a subject matter that truly terrifies me. I'm having a lot fun with it right now, working wit…moreI'm currently working on a new book that will delve into a subject matter that truly terrifies me. I'm having a lot fun with it right now, working with classic horror motifs, hoping to shake off the dust. (less)
Thomas S. Flowers The best material for writing horror often comes from just simply watching the news. There seems to be a lot of confusion and a lack of general conver…moreThe best material for writing horror often comes from just simply watching the news. There seems to be a lot of confusion and a lack of general conversation, despite the power of social media. Reinheit was inspired from this fear I've been seeing. Fear of "the other," as it were. Mostly biased. And it reminded me of my studies on the Holocaust, where a lot of fear and anxiety of the times were levied on a particular group of people with disastrous consequences. (less)
Average rating: 3.97 · 1,172 ratings · 351 reviews · 35 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Last Hellfighter

4.01 avg rating — 113 ratings — published 2018 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Planet of the Dead

3.58 avg rating — 95 ratings — published 2017 — 4 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Dwelling (Subdue #1)

3.73 avg rating — 80 ratings — published 2015 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Palace of Ghosts

3.79 avg rating — 43 ratings3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Reinheit

3.72 avg rating — 85 ratings — published 2014 — 5 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Emerging (Subdue #2)

4.34 avg rating — 35 ratings — published 2015 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Island of the Flesh Eaters

4.22 avg rating — 27 ratings3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
Lanmò: A Tale of Southern H...

by
3.96 avg rating — 24 ratings — published 2016
Rate this book
Clear rating
Feast

4.04 avg rating — 27 ratings — published 2017 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating
The Incredible Zilch von Wh...

4.37 avg rating — 19 ratings — published 2016
Rate this book
Clear rating
More books by Thomas S. Flowers…

Reviews In The Machine : Too Many Eyes, by Patrick Loveland

[image error]I’m not entirely sure how I managed to miss this story or how it was kept out of the press, but evidently somewhere in New York there is a now empty grave no longer possessing its former occupant. The long since deceased Rod Serling has risen from the grave. He is once again walking among us, but living under the protection of an assumed name.

And that name is Patrick Loveland.

I real

Read more of this blog post »
1 like ·   •  0 comments  •  flag
Share on Twitter
Published on December 12, 2019 09:47
Dwelling Emerging Conceiving Converging
(4 books)
by
4.05 avg rating — 147 ratings

Planet of the Dead War for the Planet of the Dead Escape From the Planet of t...
(3 books)
by
3.68 avg rating — 115 ratings

Island of the Flesh Eaters City of the Flesh Eaters
(2 books)
by
4.21 avg rating — 42 ratings

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

Zero Lives Remaining
Thomas Flowers is currently reading
by Adam Cesare (Goodreads Author)
bookshelves: currently-reading
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
The Walking Dead:...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 

Thomas’s Recent Updates

Thomas Flowers is now friends with Neil
1226397
Zakk Madness
Zakk Madness is 26% done with Wyrd and Other Derelictions: This book would partner well with a dark, ambient soundtrack.
The Last Hellfighter by Thomas S. Flowers
Palace of Ghosts by Thomas S. Flowers
"Palace Of Ghosts, by Thomas S. Flowers is a damn fine book. I’ve said this a few times in other reviews, but for me, haunting books are very hit or miss. This one was a hit for me.

I really enjoy the premise of this ones, and I’ve got to say, flowers " Read more of this review »
Thomas Flowers is now following
7631377
Zero Lives Remaining by Adam Cesare
Zero Lives Remaining
by Adam Cesare (Goodreads Author)
progress: 
 
Rate this book
Clear rating
Thomas Flowers is currently reading
Zero Lives Remaining by Adam Cesare
Zero Lives Remaining
by Adam Cesare (Goodreads Author)
Rate this book
Clear rating
Thomas Flowers is currently reading
The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman
Rate this book
Clear rating
Thomas Flowers rated a book it was amazing
Compendium. The walking dead by Robert Kirkman
Rate this book
Clear rating
Once again, much like Compendium 1--the comic is so much better than the TV show. After finishing this one off i'm starting to think part of the problem with the show is that they drag the drama out too far. Yeah i know they are marketing to a wider ...more
Thomas Flowers rated a book it was amazing
The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman
Rate this book
Clear rating
I was a big fan of the show, especially the early seasons. I knew TWD was a comic but i never read any until recently. And just as predicted, the source material is waaaaay better. I can see where the show drew inspiration, but damn--i wish they stuc ...more
More of Thomas's books…
“But the sunny memory dissolved into the cold dark uninhabited bed. Ricky was not under the covers. Maggie touched her heart and felt the hard lump deep beneath. At least you’re here, in this hollow pit you left me with…why won’t you go away…leave me alone? I cannot stand you anymore. Please…please, just leave me alone.”
Thomas S. Flowers, Subdue Series: Books 1-3

“Why would I watch the news? Half the time it's the same old bullshit, bunch of noise, showing only the worst things they can find, and when it's political, one channel blames this guy, the other that guy, when in fact neither know their head from their ass. If you ask me, it's all just one big distraction from what's really going on.”
Thomas S. Flowers, Planet of the Dead

“Corporal Angel Boreanaz and PFC James "Spike" Marsters,”
Thomas S. Flowers, The Last Hellfighter

Topics Mentioning This Author

topics posts views last activity  
Horror Aficionados : Horror Aficionados 2017 Pages Read Challenge!! 2038 603 Jan 02, 2018 10:48PM  
Horror Aficionados : Track the Books you read in 2017! 59 241 Jan 03, 2018 09:51AM  
A Million More Pages: Bingo Beauties (SB #4) 126 62 Apr 28, 2018 06:15AM  
A Million More Pages: Sleeping Beauty's Team 1667 128 Jul 02, 2018 03:31PM  
“Rebecca uttered a low dry laugh, not facetiously, but more like a stitch coming apart at the seam. A wound opened. Her eyes were opening to a world she had denied for so long. She looked up at Frank and knew, just like in the books, hatred, real hatred is a Gollum that hides under the mountain of our hearts. It buries itself deep underground where no light can touch. And it waits. Rebecca thought of Tolkien and Bilbo and Frodo and that old grey wizard, she thought that maybe they were right. Perhaps “there are older and fouler things in the deep places of the world —in the deep places of our hearts.” And as she sat on the floor with Tom Johnson’s Glock aimed at her husband’s head, Rebecca looked into the space where his eyes should have been. She looked at what was now only darkness and felt something on the other side, something not her husband, looking back.”
Thomas S Flowers

“I couldn't live a week without a private library - indeed, I'd part with all my furniture and squat and sleep on the floor before I'd let go of the 1500 or so books I possess.”
H. P. Lovecraft

“We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
Anaïs Nin




No comments have been added yet.