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King of All the Dead [NOOK Book]

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Lisa Morgan is in trouble. She prevents a stranger, Ben, from committing suicide; but then her sister is suddenly and violently killed by an unseen and malevolent force. Lisa and Ben run but they cannot hide. Attacked by the reanimated dead wherever they go, Lisa's life is about to be turned upside down as the King of all the dead will have what is rightfully his... From the authors of The Ragchild, King of all the Dead is a terrifying and nail biting ride into the unknown. ...
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Overview

Lisa Morgan is in trouble. She prevents a stranger, Ben, from committing suicide; but then her sister is suddenly and violently killed by an unseen and malevolent force. Lisa and Ben run but they cannot hide. Attacked by the reanimated dead wherever they go, Lisa's life is about to be turned upside down as the King of all the dead will have what is rightfully his... From the authors of The Ragchild, King of all the Dead is a terrifying and nail biting ride into the unknown.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781845838157
  • Publisher: Andrews UK
  • Publication date: 1/31/2013
  • Series: Telos Horror Novellas
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 4
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Steve Lockley and Paul Lewis had already enjoyed individual success as writers before they joined forces in 1993 for the first of three highly acclaimed volumes of the Cold Cuts horror anthology series. Featuring a host of talented new stars as well as established writing names - including Ramsey Campbell, Brian Stableford, Stephen Gallagher and Stephen Laws - each volume was short listed for a British Fantasy Award and established Lockley and Lewis as a force to be reckoned with. The pair, buoyed by the success of the series and finding they really enjoyed the collaborative process, teamed up again to write a young adult horror novel, The Quarry, following that with The Ragchild, a horror-fantasy novel for adults that was Published to widespread acclaim by Razorblade Press in 1999. Like the Cold Cuts books, it too was short listed for a British Fantasy Award. Lockley and Lewis have gone on to collaborate on a series of hugely popular stories, which have seen publication on both sides of the Atlantic. They include The Winter Hunt, which appeared in the F20 anthology and was runner-up in the 2000 British Fantasy Awards; Gabriel Restrained, which appeared in Darkness Rising: Hideous Dreams; and Telling The Tale, which appeared in Urban Gothic: Lacuna and Other Trips, and again was short listed for a British Fantasy Award. They also created and edited the collaborative novella In That Quiet Earth, Published in 2000.
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  • Posted July 17, 2014

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    This is another unnerving read from Lewis & Lockley - dark,

    This is another unnerving read from Lewis & Lockley - dark, fairly scary, but ultimately a tale of forgiveness and redemption. Our heroine has to put her grief behind her, and accept the path of destiny. The grim character she meets on the way needs to do the same for himself - and both of them have to keep far enough ahead of the walking dead while they work this out. In between - dreams and reality take random inversions, the grisly near-present chases them down, and the pages race by. Chilling stuff.

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