Fourteen terrifying tales of a ruined tomorrow! Was it nuclear war, an uncontrollable pandemic, or forces beyond our reckoning? Will we even know what happened once supply lines have been cut, radio silence has kicked in, and our world has come to a grinding halt? Who will have what it takes to carry on? Who will want to?
This cataclysmic anthology casts the reader into a post-apocalyptic world where every step taken and every decision made can mean the difference between life and death. These are epic stories of a world in ruins, but they are also intimate and moving accounts. Our masterful contributors take you by the hand and show you what will be. Don't let go, whatever you do...hold on tight! You will share the characters' struggles as you navigate wastelands or hole up as best you can in the crumbling remains of supermarkets and abandoned houses. You will go hungry. Your feet will grow numb. You will fear, and you might have to fight to the death. But in the end, you will remember it is only a book, and that you can close it, knowing you are safe and sound, because we are not in a post-apocalyptic world. Not here. Not now. Not today. But what will tomorrow bring?
- The Aftermath - Claire Davon
- Hell Takes All Prisoners - Karen Bayly
- Chasing the White Limousine - Kurt Newton
- An Interlude in the English Civil War - David Turnbull
- A Kissidougou Christmas - Michael Picco
- The Fields - Mark Towse
- Cast Upon the Water - Joseph S. Walker
- Help, Scotland - Malcolm Timperley
- The Deep End - Cameron Trost
- End of the Line - Louise Zedda-Sampson
- The Death of a Raccoon - Adam Breckenridge
- Darkness at the Edge of Men - Stuart Olver
- Sailors' Delight - Claire Fitzpatrick
- Homecoming - L.P. Ring
- Science Fiction, Horror, Suspense & Thriller
- Black Beacon Books (Kustantaja)
- maaliskuu 2023 Starts: 2023-03-01Valmis: 2023-03-27
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