We all fear death's dark spectre, but in a zombie apocalypse, dying is a privilege reserved for the lucky few. There are worse things than a bullet to the brain-much worse.
The dead are walking, and they're hungry. Steven Jenkins, bestselling author of Fourteen Days and Burn The Dead, shares five zombie tales that are rotten for all the right reasons.
Meet Dave, a husband and father with a dirty secret, who quickly discovers that lies aren't only dangerous...they're deadly. Athlete Sarah once ran for glory, but when she finds herself alone on a country road with an injured knee, second place is as good as last. Howard, shovelling coal in the darkness of a Welsh coal mine, knows something's amiss when his colleagues begin to disappear. But it's when the lights come on that things get truly scary.
Five different takes on the undead, from the grotesque to the downright terrifying. But reader beware: as the groans get louder and the twitching starts, you'll be dying to reach the final page.
"Utterly hair-raising, in all its gory glory!"
CATE HOGAN - Author of One Summer
|Publisher:||Different Cloud Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.31(d)|
About the Author
During Steven's teenage years, as well as being a black-belt kickboxer, he became a great lover of writing dark and twisted poems--six of which gained him publications with Poetry Now, Brownstone Books, and Strong Words.
Over the next few years, as well as becoming a husband and father, Steven spent his free time writing short stories, achieving further publication with Dark Moon Digest. His terrifying tales of the afterlife and zombies gained him positive reviews, particularly his story, Burning Ambition, which also came runner up in a Five-Stop-Story contest.
You can find out more about Steven Jenkins at his website, www.steven-jenkins.com or on Facebook.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is about 95pgs. It has some good zombie stories and some that are okay. Some were a little predictable, but over all 3.5, quick easy reads.