Infect

Infect

by Benjamin Rempel
Infect

Infect

by Benjamin Rempel

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Overview

Nearing the end of a harsh winter, estranged half-brothers, Andrew and Xavier, flee into the dark woods isolating their town. Panicked, the young men seek refuge from a growing horde of feral townsfolk tracking them with unbridled violence.

Threatened by dwindling food supplies, rising tensions, and a troubled group of survivors, the brothers are thrust into bloody conflicts while desperately searching for their parents.

As their community unravels, Andrew and Xavier must uncover the terrifying truth about a virus ravaging their town if they are to survive one more night from the things that hunt them.

Hailed as "violent, mysterious, and powerfully empathetic," INFECT explores human behavior where nothing is sacred and survival is the highest priority.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781990336737
Publisher: Chicken House Press
Publication date: 06/15/2024
Series: Feral Winter , #1
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Benjamin Rempel is a Canadian writer and essayist. Nominated for several literary awards, his work has appeared in The Toronto Star, Blank Spaces, Fifteen Stories High Anthology, among others. His short story, "In Search of Damien," upon which this novel is based, was a finalist for the Rising Spirits Writing Award. A graduate of the University of Waterloo, Rempel lives in Collingwood, Ontario, with his family. He can be found at benjaminrempel.com.
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