A greenish twelve-foot shark-like creature with rows of giant, razor-teeth, two arms with clawed hands, and octopus tentacles for its tail.
Hell's Menagerie (After Eden Series: Tek-Fall, Episode II). The companion novella in the After Eden science fiction and international thriller series by Austin Dragon.
The year is 2093! After the events of Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series, Book #1) and Stars & Scorpions (After Eden Series, Book #2), but before the events of Rising Leviathan (Book #3).
Faithers and Pagans are both looking the "Zoo." Monsters are being made—for war, for study, for amusement—and some have escaped into the wild. How many zoos have the Internationalists created?
From the tek-cities of America to Spanish Australia to secret island locations all over the world, the sci-fi adventure thriller continues.
Tek World loves the advancements of modern genetic-engineering to eliminate disease, genetic-designing to pick the traits of offspring, and body-farms to grow and replace damaged limbs and organs—and even to "perfect" the human body. But it hasn't stopped there. There is a secret bio-tek race by rogue international alliances to create life— amazing, bizarre, horrifying.
It all leads to the explosion of World War Three, a hell we have never seen before.
Hell's Menagerie is book two of the two-part Tek-Fall Duology in the epic After Eden series--a dramatic mix of politics, religion, technology, and intrigue set almost eighty years in the future.
About the Author
Austin Dragon is the author of the epic After Eden Series, the classic Sleepy Hollow Horrors, and debut cyberpunk detective series, Liquid Cool. He is a native New Yorker but has called Los Angeles, California home for more than twenty years. Words to describe him, in no particular order: U.S. Army, English teacher, one-time resident of Paris, political junkie, movie buff, campaign manager and staffer of presidential and gubernatorial campaigns, Fortune 500 corporate recruiter, renaissance man, and dreamer.
He is currently working on new books and series in mystery, fantasy, YA dystopia, classic horror, and more science fiction!