THE INFECTED HAD BEGUN TO TEAR AT ANYTHING THAT MOVED WITH WHATEVER THEY HAD TO HAND, AND THEN SOMEONE HAD WADED INTO THE MIDST OF IT ALL ARMED TO THE TEETH.
WELL, NOT JUST SOMEONE.
SOMEONE IN PARTICULAR...
It was a straightforward mission: enter St. Davids, now little more than a ghost town, retrieve the target, return to base.
The team had training, it had weapons, it had experience.
It wasn't even close to being prepared.
SHOCK is a novella that picks up where K.R. Griffiths' bestselling debut PANIC left off. A further installment, PSYCHOSIS, is scheduled for release in late 2013.
Praise for PANIC:
"Hugely enjoyable...gripping...scares and horror delivered with great skill." - Amazon.co.uk
"Scary and gory...an excellent first novel." - Amazon top 1000 reviewer
"Come the zombie apocalypse, you'll be glad you read it." - Amazon top 500 reviewer
"An excellent read...gallops along at a thrilling pace" - Amazon.com
"Scary, thrilling, moving and thought provoking. I thoroughly enjoyed it." - Amazon.co.uk
"Wow, a very nice entry to the zombie genre." - Amazon.com
"The plot moves along at a good, fast pace, dragging the reader along with it. Its suspenseful, and very difficult to finish a chapter without being sucked into the next one. 5/5." - Goodreads.com
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About the Author
K.R. Griffiths is a former journalist and editor turned novelist. His acclaimed debut, Panic, brings together his two great loves: horror and science fiction.
A novella sequel, Shock, was released in July 2013. A third installment, Psychosis, was released in September 2013
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is part 2 of the Wildfire Chronicles which began in Volume 1 (Panic). The author has written this book because the main character of this short story (41 pages) needed a backstory. In the author's opinion, it would have disrupted the flow of books 1 and 3, so John was given his own short story. The story itself is OK, but there's no real tie-in to the saga itself until the very end. But, it's free, so one can't complain too much. BOTTOM LINE: A bridge to cross from books 1 to 3 of the Wildfire Chronicles saga.
Great read. Event though I have not read Volume 1, I was able to follow the plot and story line.
All the books in this series are really good! Highly recommend.