Sheol

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Sheol is the third and final book in the West of Hell trilogy.

After escaping the decimated town of Gehenna and the mighty Tartarus river, Karen finds herself trapped in a prison in the city of Sheol. Knowing that an army of the dead is marching across the desert behind her, Karen must find a way to escape the sadistic Evans, and rally the citizens of Sheol for one last stand against an enemy of biblical proportions.

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Sheol (West of Hell #3)

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Overview

Sheol is the third and final book in the West of Hell trilogy.

After escaping the decimated town of Gehenna and the mighty Tartarus river, Karen finds herself trapped in a prison in the city of Sheol. Knowing that an army of the dead is marching across the desert behind her, Karen must find a way to escape the sadistic Evans, and rally the citizens of Sheol for one last stand against an enemy of biblical proportions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481095822
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/26/2012
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Meet the Author

Jason Brant is the author of thrillers and horror novels. His works include Devoured, The Gate, The Dark, the West of Hell series, and multiple novellas and short stories.

A job led him from the mountains of western Pennsylvania to the outskirts of Baltimore, Maryland. For a little over half a decade, he held the position of Digital Forensics Analyst for the Department of Defense. He escaped that post to write novels, watch movies, and drink microbrews.

Website: http://jasonbrant.blogspot.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jmbrant

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason_brant

Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/Bpo1L

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  • Posted May 22, 2013

    A great book and series.  After McCall was seemingly overrun by

    A great book and series. 

    After McCall was seemingly overrun by the zombies on their way to Sheol, Karen and the child she and McCall rescued from the train, made their way to Sheol on their own.  On arriving in town she was arrested by the sheriff of the town and thrown into jail.  I won’t go into detail, but McCall, who Karen though was dead, arrived to save her from the gallows, and they, together with some of the town’s citizens tried to take a stand against the approaching zombie hoards.  They eventually had to flee, once again, and try and make their way into the mountains.

    Throughout the series something nagged at me – it felt as if I was missing something.  That something came together at the end of Sheol when the clues left throughout the three books made sense.

    This was a great conclusion the West of Hell trilogy.

    As can be expected – expect the unexpected from Jason Brant – he delivers    A truly great read ….. makes you think.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2012

    Excellent!

    I just finished reading "Sheol", the third book in the West of Hell series. It was a perfect ending to the series. It had non-stop action and plenty of gore, like the first two books. It was terrific from beginning to end. I didn't want to put it down. I think the series would be great for book clubs because there would be a lot of intetesting topics for discussion. I don't want to give away too much, so I'm not going to say anymore. Just take my advice, read the book, and you will not be disappointed!

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  • Posted December 7, 2012

    Excellent!

    Holy crapola! Jason Brant has done it again. Sheol was impossible to put down. It's horror, zombies, gore and action at their finest. The imagery is disturbing and frighteningly, makes you feel as if you're in the thick of it.

    I really like that there is a strong female lead that doesn't need constant saving either. Matter of fact, Karen is a heroine in her own right. I think in this genre and especially the time frame in which this series is set, it would be an easy pit fall to trip into. Luckily, the author avoids it with, what appears to be, relative ease.

    The suspense in this installment of the series was fantastic. This book had me on the edge of my seat the entire way. I was constantly wondering if the characters would survive from one page to the next. Don't be looking for me to answer that here, not gonna happen. You are just going to have to read it yourself. Besides, the end is a bit of a surprise that needs not be spoiled.

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