by Toby Tate

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Before evil had a name, there was LILITH.

Something has come aboard the U.S. Navy's newest state-of-the-art super carrier, the USS Gerald Ford, something supernatural and as ancient as time itself. And it's taking over the crew one by one.

Reporter Hunter Singleton and his wife Lisa, guests invited aboard to witness a routine training mission off the coast of North Carolina, soon learn that the CIA is on board as well, and that some of the ship's crew are acting irrationally, even violently.

When an unexpected monster hurricane slams New York, the ship rushes to assist in the aftermath, and Hunter, Lisa and the crew are faced with the terrifying realization that whatever has come aboard the Ford must be stopped before it is set free on the streets of Manhattan. But how do they fight something beyond human comprehension? How do they kill something that may not even be alive?


"A sensitive, inventive writer whose protagonist we can easily follow as he takes us briskly along a surprising path from the real to the utterly fantastic." —Warren Fahy, International bestselling author of PANDEMONIUM and FRAGMENT

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BN ID: 2940161322932
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 04/20/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 450,028
File size: 928 KB

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Lilith 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
T-Bones More than 1 year ago
Totally wicked, full of action, suspense, and one nasty chick. This was a real page turner and it had some elements that reminded me of the movie Species but I think this gal was meaner. If your a fan of James Patterson, Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child, or Jeremy Robinson, this is a title for you. I now have to add Toby Tate to my favorites list as well
eternalised More than 1 year ago
Lilith was an intriguing read. Not my all-time favorite dark fiction, but definitely a solid book with good writing, interesting characters and an original plot. A decent read for fans of the genre. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading Lilith and it was one hell of a ride. This book is fast paced and will grab you from page 1! I liked how the author used the Military theme in this book and I felt it really added to the overall story. The characters are well developed and I found myself visualizing them. I look forward to future books by this author.
Mallory_SupernaturalFan More than 1 year ago
Review of Lilith by Toby Tate 5 Stars An exceptionally imaginative horror/thriller, this novel postulates a race of beings millennia older than mankind but still existing, a species that humans would consider genetic mutants, beings who appear (mostly) as human but who have super-powers and shapeshifting capability. No known human can withstand the effects of radiation, yet these Lilitu can, and indeed, radioactive mutation of their chromosomes seems to both release their immense powers, and to create the shapeshifting capability. An affable journalist from North Carolina is part of a media tour on the USS Gerald Ford, to report on the carrier’s capabilities.  Hunter Singleton and his wife Lisa, acting as his photographer, expect no more than a bland visit of a few days. They haven’t planned on freak hurricanes, an environmental journalist who can put her hand into a nuclear reactor, nor on full-on sabotage and the attempted destruction of Manhattan. But that’s what they find; and other than Hunter and Lisa, only a few are willing to stand up to the “monster” mutations known as the Lilitu. “Lilith” was a non-stop read, a thriller/horror/speculative science/paranormal all rolled into one, with great characterizations and an unbelievably fascinating plot.