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Zetafobia
Author: Gualtiero Ferrari
Publisher: Delos Digital srl
ISBN: 8825405634
Pages: 280
Year: 2018-04-17
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Zombie - romanzo (280 pagine) - Non è il sud degli Stati Uniti, non è il Messico: è la provincia di Torino. L'apocalisse zombie questa volta è proprio sotto casa sua I furti negli appartamenti. La crisi economica. La scarsa affidabilità dei conti bancari. E ora anche una nuova epidemia: lui ribatte colpo su colpo, cercando di proteggere sé stesso e la sua famiglia come può. Ormai vive dentro un bunker, ha armi e provviste per resistere anche a lungo. Lo definirebbero un fanatico, forse anche uno psicopatico. Ma quando viene il momento, quando la nuova epidemia si rivela qualcosa di molto più grave di quanto si pensasse, lui è l'unico davvero pronto. E anche così vede i sorci verdi. Perché sembra facile quando l'apocalisse zombie la vedi in un film, nelle grandi pianure degli Stati Uniti. Ma quando ce l'hai in casa, alla periferia di Torino, ti accorgi che sono mille le cose che possono andare storte. Gualtiero Ferrari nasce a Torino nel 1970. Sposato, con un figlio quattordicenne, cresce e vive in questa splendida città, salvo trasferirsi alcuni anni all’estero, per motivi di studio e di lavoro. Parla fluentemente l’inglese, il francese e quel minimo di tedesco necessario a ordinare del cibo caldo e una birra fresca. Di formazione economico-scientifica, più che umanistica, si è avvicinato alla lettura nel corso dell’adolescenza e si è rifugiato nella scrittura, ormai adulto, durante un difficile periodo personale. Attualmente lavora presso un’azienda di meccanica di precisione, Zetafobia è il suo primo romanzo.
ALL IS SILENCE
Author: Robert L. Slater
Publisher: Rocket Tears Press
ISBN: 0989568784
Pages: 292
Year: 2014-02-18
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All is Silence in the World: A Deserted Lands novel By Robert L. Slater The Stand (without paranormal) meets The Bell Jar 2018. No Aliens. No Nuclear War. No Zombies. No People. Almost no humans. In a world ravaged by disease, Lizzie, a 17 year old with an alphabet soup of diagnoses, is one of the few left alive. The freeway on the other side of her street, blocked by cement walls that did little to block the noise, sits eerily silent, the daily sirens faded. Lizzie had said, “I hope you all die!” And then they did. Almost everyone. Her alcoholic mother and her little brother are dying in the hospital; her mom’s abusive boyfriend is dead. Despite her words, being alone isn’t a good thing for an suicidal cutter. Fear of the disease has kept her inside, frozen with indecision. When she finally ventures out she finds survivors: dog-people--altered by the disease, left less than human, and people less scarred, some from her past. A shocking turn of events leaves blood on her hands and reveals a link to a stranger she thought was dead. Bellingham turns dangerous; Lizzie and her friends flee across deserted lands seeking safety and hope for new beginnings. Along the way people join their quest. They encounter fledgling governments, new and old religious fanatics and marauding renegades. In a world with plenty of food, plenty of gas, plenty of space… fear, anger and lust for power still control the patterns of human life. An edgy, realistic, Young Adult apocalypse written by a former alternative high school teacher for the angry, sad Children of the Children of the 80s, teenagers who grew up on their parents’ Hair Metal, John Hughes movies, and pizza. Oh, and their parents who aren’t too old to recognize themselves…
Empty Eyes
Author: T. M. Bilderback
Publisher: Sardis County Sentinel Press
ISBN:
Pages: 215
Year: 2014-10-24
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Paul Stiles is spending his Saturday morning mowing his lawn, when his next door neighbor dies a peculiar and spectacular death on Paul’s front lawn. Paul knows something terrifying is happening, but he doesn’t realize that it’s the beginning of a war of survival for humanity. Islamic terrorists have paid rogue Russian scientists to create a plague of genetically created “bugs”, and have turned them loose on the free world, intending to kill the “infidels” of the world. But they didn’t take into account the unintended repercussions of these new creatures, like rapid breeding, or massive growth, or…using humans as both food and reproductive incubators. As the world is quickly taken over by these “bugs”, Paul leads a group of survivors into the Rocky mountains, hoping against hope to find a way to combat the creatures…as long as they can stay away from those that have empty eyes. But will that be enough to save humanity? Find out in T. M. Bilderback's first non-song-inspired novel, Empty Eyes. Keyword selections for visibility: apocalyptic, genetic mutation, terrorists, giant bugs, monsters, survivors, giant monsters
Afterlands
Author: Steven Heighton
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 061877341X
Pages: 406
Year: 2007-02-01
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Provides a fictional chronicle of the real-life ordeal of nineteen men, women, and children cast adrift on an ice floe off the coast of Greenland in 1871 as they struggle with the harsh elements and with each other. By the author of The Shadow Boxer. Reader's Guide available. Reprint.
Le notti oscure
Author: Salvatore Pannone
Publisher:
ISBN: 8867825585
Pages:
Year: 2016
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Night of the Purple Moon (The Toucan Trilogy, Book 1)
Author: Scott Cramer
Publisher: Scott Cramer
ISBN:
Pages: 212
Year: 2018-04-10
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Fire & Ash
Author: Jonathan Maberry
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442439939
Pages: 544
Year: 2014-08-26
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When Benny and his friends learn that a scientist may have discovered a cure for the zombie plague, they mount a search and rescue mission, unaware that the reapers want the cure to wipe humanity off the face of the earth.
The Branches of Time
Author: Luca Rossi
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1497438683
Pages: 158
Year: 2014-06-13
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The population of the island of Turios is mercilessly exterminated by the workings of black magic. Only Bashinoir, badly wounded, his wife Lil, and the Priestess Miril have survived. Determined to give their loved ones a worthy burial, the three soon discover that the corpses have disappeared. Their only hope for salvation now lies in the magical protection of the Temple, as sinister threats continue to pursue them. A shadow spreads over their hearts, dividing and destroying them, as their bodies appear to be fading away. Feeling increasingly isolated, Bashinoir watches as the two women grow closer... In the Kingdom of Isk, wizards and wisemen alike must bow down before the insatiable King Beanor, whose greed for power and war is matched only by his hunger for sex. A young woman he has chosen as his next bride does not, however, wish to surrender her freedom to love and live. Will games and tricks under the sheets turn the tide in a war that has lasted thousands of years?
Cosmocopia
Author: Paul Di Filippo
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497664659
Pages: 132
Year: 2014-09-02
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An insane, broken pulp-art painter gets chance at redemption in a phantasmagoric science fiction wonder from a true master of the weird Before his stroke and the onset of old age, Frank Lazorg was the king of the fantasy illustrators—with an ego to match. But he can paint no more. That is, until he starts taking a bizarre new drug that promises to restore his creative powers. Unfortunately, artistic reinvigoration comes with a steep price tag: addiction and madness. With his rage and jealousy unleashed and his grasp of reality severely compromised, Lazorg is led to commit an unspeakable act, and, in turn, is led . . . somewhere else. Suddenly naked and helpless, the artist finds himself in a world of abiding strangeness, filled with monstrous things that seem to mock, yet oddly mirror, Lazorg’s previous reality. And here is Crutchsump, a remarkable creature possessing great love and rare compassion, who could possibly aid in Lazorg’s ultimate salvation as he spirals downward through the Cosmocopia and ever-closer to the Conceptus. Arguably the most inventive force in science fiction since Philip K. Dick in his heyday, Paul Di Filippo outdoes even Paul Di Filippo with his remarkable Cosmocopia. Outrageous, ingenious, nightmarish, funny, provocative, and utterly unforgettable, this is a glittering testament to the towering heights science fiction can achieve.
The Builders
Author: Daniel Polansky
Publisher: Tor.com
ISBN: 0765384000
Pages: 222
Year: 2015-11-03
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A missing eye. A broken wing. A stolen country. The last job didn't end well. Years go by, and scars fade, but memories only fester. For the animals of the Captain's company, survival has meant keeping a low profile, building a new life, and trying to forget the war they lost. But now the Captain's whiskers are twitching at the idea of evening the score. PRAISE FOR THE BUILDERS "A living, breathing world of vivid, winsome characters hellbent on their blaze of glory and as unforgiving as a runaway train carrying all your friends over a cliff. I haven't cared about animals this much since Watership Down." — Delilah S. Dawson, author of Hit and Wicked as They Come "Nobody does dark like Polansky. The Builders is Redwall meets Unforgiven, combining the endearing wit of Disney's Robin Hood with all the grit and violence of a spaghetti western." — Myke Cole, author of the Shadow Ops series "If Sam Peckinpah and Brian Jacques had a strange peyote ritual and shared a collective dream, it might look something liek this. Brutish, nasty, short — much like life — Polansky's The Builders is also funny, exciting, and extremely original. The Wild Bunch meets Watership Down." — John Hornor Jacobs, author of The Incorruptibles At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Voices
Author: Dacia Maraini
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480442070
Pages: 264
Year: 2013-09-24
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An open door, a pair of blue tennis shoes, the sharp smell of disinfectant in the room—a woman killed by twenty stab wounds. A journalist at a private radio station is conducting a survey on violence against women. As she uncovers more information about the victim, she begins to feel directly involved and embarks on a very personal investigation into the murder that cannot be separated from her research on violence. Why are so many women raped and killed? Why do they so often open the door voluntarily to those who attack them? Why is the fear of speaking out so powerful for those who have been raped? In the end she finds her answers, which turn out to be unpredictable and shocking.
The Cryptopedia
Author: Jonathan Maberry, David F. Kramer
Publisher: Citadel Press
ISBN: 0806528192
Pages: 394
Year: 2007
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A spooktacular guide to the mystery-shrouded realm where the supernatural mingles with the paranormal. Maberry and Kramer present witty and comprehensive chapters that explain the inexplicable, from angels and poltergeists to UFOs and more. The Cryptopedia decodes occult symbols, demystifies the art of fortune-telling and discusses the myriad strange and bizarre forces at work in the universe. Packed with informative sidebars, and fully illustrated throughout with an eight-page colour insert.
Nightcrawlers
Author: Tim Curran
Publisher: Crossroad Press
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 2018-04-10
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Once Upon a Zombie, Book One: The Color of Fear
Author: Billy Phillips, Jenny Nissenson
Publisher: Toon Studio Press
ISBN: 193566834X
Pages: 368
Year: 2015-10-01
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Fourteen year old Caitlin Flectcher's life takes a turn for the worse when she's tricked into climbing down a "rabbit hole," landing in a wondrous fairy tale universe - except it's crawling with savage, starving blood-eyed zombies. All the timeless fairy tale characters who once lived forever are now the living dead - think Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Sleeping Beauty. Even worse, they're famished. Definitely not the ideal situation for a vulnerable young girl proned to panic attacks.
Zombie Games (Origins) (A Zombie Apocalypse Adventure)
Author: Kristen Middleton, K.L. Middleton, Cassie Alexandra
Publisher: Kristen Middleton
ISBN:
Pages: 190
Year: 2013
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Written by New York Times Bestselling Author, Kristen Middleton. Seventeen year old Cassandra Wild thought living in the chaos of her mother's home daycare and dealing with her developing feelings for Bryce, her new Martial Arts' instructor, was a struggle, until the night her world turned upside down. When an untested vaccine kills more than just a rampant flu virus, Cassie learns how to survive in a world where the dead walk and the living...run! NOW until Nov 3rd you can get the entire 5 book boxed set for only $.99! This is regularly $8.99 so don't miss out! boxed set - https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=BwLdDAAAQBAJ This book is a free download featuring zombies, adventure, and horror during the zombie apocalypse in a post-apocalyptic world. It is recommended for mature teens and older and fans of Walking Dead. KEYWORDS: free horror, young adult, free horror books to read, free ebooks, freebies, free stories, free zombie stories, free zombie fiction, adventure, free teen books, free teen horror, zombie stories, dystopian, zombie apocalypse, walking dead, dark fantasy, humor, paranormal romance, scary stories, zombie series, zombie stories, supernatural, free supernatural, free horror, free dystopian, free fantasy, free teen books, free adventure books, free action books, free zombie books, zombie apocalypse series, zombie thriller, post-apocalyptic, zombie horror, zombie Armageddon, zombie series, dystopian

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