What would you think if you woke in an unfamiliar place, with no memory of how you got there?
Suppose it’s a dream, and pinch yourself?
What if you can’t pinch yourself?
I have to rely on my ghostly buddies and a fake clairvoyant to help me solve a personally harrowing mystery and just when we think we’ve found the guilty party, the game changes. The real culprit’s convoluted plan is diabolical and shooting me was the first step. The next step could change the Gelpha world, and that would be just the start.
Poor Royal. He’s tolerated my interaction with dead people but never been happy with it. Now he has to take a real leap of faith. Now, if he wants to save my life and protect the future of three worlds, he has to believe.
A new threat is rising...
The campground was supposed to be safe. Now, Will, Holly, and Charlie are left scrambling to save Dylan after he is bitten by an Empty. After performing a field amputation, they’re forced to leave the campground and seek out medical attention for the boy, before it’s too late.
Home seems closer than ever for Gabriel Alexander, and the path before him is clear. At least until a routine stop at a gas station brings forth a new threat far worse than the undead creatures roaming the highways.
Empty Bodies 5: Damnation is the penultimate volume in the Empty Bodies saga.
A lone woman. A mysterious drifter. An Empty World.
Thirty years after The Fall killed millions of people and turned them into walking corpses, twenty-three-year-old Shell Langford is the last inhabitant of Yazoo City, a small town in the Mississippi Delta. After spending five years on her own, a gang of bandits discovers her barren town, and a solitary drifter helps her escape into the post-apocalyptic wasteland filled with the living dead. Can Shell survive in the Empty World?
Empty World takes place 30 years after the events of Zach Bohannon's bestselling series, Empty Bodies. Both new and old fans alike will enjoy this new zombie thriller set in a post-apocalyptic world.
These tales range from the merely odd to the fantastic, from the tragic to the magical. In one story you'll accompany a Cajun on a single-minded mission into the backwoods of Louisiana on a deep, humid night. In another, you'll witness the life or death struggle between a fifteen year old boy and the mean drunk who's been his oppressor for years. There's also a story about writing and the writer stalking his mentor; a job that very few could do but for which many would apply (wanna be a Mind Cleaner?); and a child's tale of a favorite pasttime: crushing bugs. Eric also offers up the ground rules for getting by when your shadow is doing odd things, writes of the passion between Giacomo Casanova and the one woman he has loved down through the ages, and wonders aloud what might happen if the characters in a story grew tired of a hack writer and banded together against him. Finally he takes the reader on a hectic road trip in "Interference," and ends with "A Natural Study of the Scream." All in all, this collection provides a very satisfying, if extremely unusual, reading experience. The reader will remember these stories.
Wake up. It's the first day of seventh grade. Your whole life, from that day until today, vanished like a camera flash. No one else remembers the last ten/fifteen/we-won't-say-how-many years.
What do you do?
A chilling thought for you. Reality for her. Yesterday, Amy was about to turn twenty-six. Today is Amy's birthday—her thirteenth birthday—and the first day of seventh grade. The last thirteen years vanished overnight.
Amy doesn't know how she got here or how she can get back. If she can get back. If she confides in the wrong person, she could be ridiculed, bullied, committed, even killed. So how can she tell the wrong person from the right one?
On top of all this, Amy has to survive middle school, again. All the bullies, mean girls, belittling teachers, and hormone-crazed hellions are still there. Every cutting comment hurts just as much the second time around. And what's the story with that strange snake symbol she sees everywhere, or the guy who seems to know way more about her than he's willing to tell?
I Am Not Thirteen is an intense, and devastating, supernatural thriller that will keep you hooked until the very last page.
When elemental water witch Anja Shields finds her powers waning, she can't figure out the cause-- or the cure. But she's damned sure gonna try come hell or high water because surviving the bay area without her magic is not an option.
Without her innate powers, she's forced to rely on witchy basics. That means runes and spells and a warlock she's not sure she can trust to have her back outside the bedroom. But she's desperate to save her grandmother, and trusting him might be the only option.
Their journey will test the bounds of her magic, stretch the limits of her trust, and prove the strength of her love . . . or destroy everything and everyone she holds dear
The second book in the best-selling post-apocalyptic zombie series, Empty Bodies
It's been four days since hundreds of thousands fell, sending the world into a frantic tailspin. With the other survivors at his side, Will is trying to get to Knoxville, where he has reason to believe his parents are, but the changed world and its new race of rabid creatures is doing everything it can to stop him.
Meanwhile, David has found refuge in the same hospital as Jessica and Melissa, having barely made it out of the warehouse alive.
With everyone doing all they can to stay alive, the two groups are on a collision course that neither of them see coming.
Perfect for any fan of post-apocalyptic horror, dystopian science fiction, supernatural suspense, or the zombie apocalypse!
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