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Saturday, July 26, 2014
ZOMBIES: Repost - This Week in Permuted Press Horror releases
THIS WEEK'S TERRIFYING NEW TITLES!
One of the best ways to escape the brutal summer heat is to curl up inside with a good, scary book! Luckily, we are releasing incredible new titles constantly to indulge your darkest nightmares! This week we are celebrating seven new novels that are guaranteed to take you straight through the apocalypse and to hell and back. Why? Because that’s what we do best at Permuted Press!
The Creepers: Born In Winter by Norman Dixon
Bobby's whole life has been about surviving in the aftermath of the First War. The Folks taught him about the Creepers. Ol' Randy taught him how to kill them, how to hide from them, and how to protect himself from their bite. But Ol' Randy never told Bobby the truth of his existence. After sneaking beyond the Settlement's razor wire fence, both Bobby and his brother Ryan are bitten. Life as they know it should be over, they should be dead. They should be Creepers. But they're not, and before they can find out why, their world comes crashing down around them.
“Dixon weaves a magical world that isn't richly drawn, but rather bleakly realized. There's not a lot of light in this world, but the gritty realism it showcases grabs the reader and shoves them into this new world - instead of gently taking them by the hand and leading them." — The Macomb Daily
The house on Drunk Horse road has everything, a good price, Victorian charm, a secret passage, and a rich history. But it also has a secret. Something watches from the shadows, and it is more than a ghostly haunting. The young owners, Alice and Thursday, struggle to defeat the creature, but victory comes with sacrifice, especially when Death itself intervenes.
Grasshoppers have invaded Independents, and the crops are under attack. Hunter seeks out help from the kids in Cozad, but finds them served up like cold cuts at a deli to the emaciated horseman of the apocalypse known as Famine. After Hunter meets the eye-appealing Barbara, who prefers to be called Barbie, he has to constantly remind her that he has a girlfriend. Sometimes he reminds himself. The distraction is only temporary as he risks his life to protect the children from Famine’s hunger. With Barbie fighting at his side to free the Cozad kids, Hunter discovers he is immune to physical harm, even though the pain from his brother’s death remains heavy on his shoulders. He knows everything will be all right if he holds himself together long enough to make it back home to Molly, unless Famine and his swarm of insects arrive there ahead of him.
Cale, a U.S. Army Soldier, is in the middle of one conflict, just as another more terrifying one has begun. The insurgents are the least of his worries now. Instead, the undead have become the new enemy. Fighting for his life at every turn, and losing friends along the way, he must trek across the globe just in the hopes that he will hold his wife and daughter in his arms again.
"Z Plan is an adventure indeed, and I recommend this book to any zombie apocalypse lover; you won't be disappointed. — Bookie-Monster.com
Like millions of you around the world, we too are getting very excited about the return of the Discovery Channel's SHARK WEEK in August! In celebration of this terrifying and educational week exploring the world of the oceans' great predators we will be bringing your the latest SHARK WEEK news, as well as videos, facts, and, of course, which books in the Permuted Press library you should have on your nightstand to supplement your underwater terrors obsession such asDavid Salkin's Deep Black Sea, Briar Lee Mitchell's Big Ass Shark, andWarren Fielding's Great Bitten: Outbreak!