Redneck Apocalypse Special Edition Box Set - The Redneck Apocalypse Series #4
Publisher: eden Hudson
Follow the Whitney boys from the beginning of the end all the way through the Valley of the Shadow in the award-winning series readers are calling a "dark, twisted yet hopeful, full-throttle dose of mind f*ckery!"
Included in the Redneck Apocalypse Special Edition Box Set:
Shannon in the Lions' Den (Prequel to the Redneck Apocalypse)
Hell Bent (Original Release)
Hell Bent Director's Cut (with Scout's POV chapters)
A Never-Before-Published Colt & Tiffani Short Story
Playlists & More!
What readers are saying about the Redneck Apocalypse series:
"If these two boys are God’s chosen warriors, then it might just be time for humanity to bow out of the fight."
—James Hunter, author of Strange Magic
"When I think back on the book, I think first of the vulnerability and grief of the main characters, each damaged in their own way, for their own reasons. I think of the violent desperation the whole thing reeks of, this balance of fragility and darkness that keeps bubbling up between the lines."
~Tim McBain, co-author of the Awake in the Dark series
"I have rarely had the pleasure of reading anything this weird and wonderful. If Douglas Adams were to write horror I think this is close to what would happen." ~Nancy Parker
"I love Tough. He is this incredibly flawed anti-hero who is constantly struggling with... well, everything. His hometown of Halo has been his own personal Hell for years and it seems that he will never take a trick. But as flawed as he is, he is above all a fighter. He wants to survive, he doesn't want to give up (even when he thinks he does)." ~Mikhaeyla K, Booklikes
"This book was super hard to put down. I’m pretty sure my kids had to pry it from my hands in order for me to make dinner. [...] It's a crazy page turning thrill ride." ~The Reading Chameleon
"Tough might be my favorite character ever. I loved everything about him." ~Charlotte Cyprus, author of Kiss of the Fey
"Hudson nails down the frenetic 20-something vibe, and the setting is undeniably rural and southern [...] Pain, violence and anguish are as deftly delineated as new love, foolish hope and stupid stubbornness." ~Michael McClung, author of the Amra Thetys series