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Two dinstinct cultures clash in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where humanity has been driven to the brink of extinction by the Gabriel Virus. In this struggle for survival, Fate plays no favorites to Tanner Kline, a man charged with protecting his settlement, and Lila, a tribal warrioress whose thirst for revenge is just as deadly as the remnants of the virus that lurks in her genetic makeup.
150 years after the fall of civilization: Enter a post-apocalyptic world where the cities of man are crumbling necropolises left to the ravages of time and nature, burgeoning settlements cling to life, and the remnants of humanity exist as two disparate cultures locked in a waltz of survival and death. Into this world comes Tanner Kline, a man charged with protecting his community from Spewers, a primitive tribe whose bloodline carries the vestiges of the virus which pushed mankind to the brink of extinction. On what should have been a routine patrol, his path crosses with Lila, a proud huntress whose heart simmers with resentment for the men who killed her husband. Men like Tanner Kline. Together, they spiral onto a collision course with an unertain future where their individual destinies and the fates of their respective cultures hang in the balance.
About the author:
William Todd Rose is a speculative fiction author currently residing in Parkersburg, West Virginia. His short fiction has appeared in various small-press magazines and anthologies. In 2009 his experimental horror novella, Shadow of the Woodpile, was released as the flagship publication for Fetid Press. This work was followed up with the publication of his apocalyptic novel, Cry Havoc, in March 2010. Quickly on its heels, The Dead & Dying, a zombie novel set in the same universe as Sex in the Time of Zombies. The Dead & Dying will be published by Library of the Living Dead Press and will be available Summer 2010. Shortly thereafter, watch for The 7 Habits of Highly Infective People, a novel of contagion, drugs, time travel, and the living dead.
“Shadow of the Woodpile” – available on amazon.com
“Cry Havoc: An Apocalyptic Novel” – available on amazon.com
“The Dead & Dying” (coming soon)
“The 7 Habits of Highly Infective People” (coming VERY soon)
“Breeder” – Macabre Cadaver, Issue #5
“Day of The Sentient” – OGs Speculative Fiction, Issue #19
“The Winter Experiment” – Macabre Cadaver, Issue #9
“Thy Kingdom Come” – Microhorror.com
“Zombology II: Return of the Reanimates”
“Zombonauts: Undead in the Universe”
“Book of the Dead 3: Dead and Rotting”
“Letters from the Dead”
“Through the Eyes of the Undead”
“The Zombist: Tales of the Undead West”
“Book of the Dead 3: Dead & Rotting”
“Book of the Dead 5: Back to the Grave”
“Tales from the Cauldron” (coming soon)
“Night of the Giving Dead” (coming soon)
This author and his books sounds quite interesting, who wouldn’t be compelled to read something gruesome yet entertaining? I am adding this one to my reading list, perhaps will end up reviewing this month.
What is your favorite Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian series or book?