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The Colony: Genesis – Michaelbrent Collings

Forget everything you think you know about zombies. In under 10 minutes, 99.9% of the world’s population will be dead… or changed. Conversion is instant. Headshots just make them angry. And they’re getting smarter. Ken Strickland has made it through the first moments. But his family is still out there. Can he survive? Can he find them? Or will he become one more of the creatures that now rule our world?



The Trip – Tim Morgan

Meghan, Dave and Chris have planned the trip of a lifetime: they’re going to spend the summer after their senior year of high school on a bicycle trip across America. As they plan their trip, a previously unidentified flu virus is detected in Mumbai, India and begins a relentless march across the globe. As the three teens set out on their journey, details begin to emerge about the virus, which is not a simple flu virus…this virus turns its victims into flesh-eating zombies. And it’s ...

Turning Grace – J.Q. Davis

**Medal Winner of the 2014 New Apple Book Awards in the E-Book Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror Category** Life or death? It all seems to be the same for Grace… Some of us have been there before — falling for the hot, popular jock who just so happens to be dating the hot, popular girl in school. Your snarky-but-always-right bestie insists you make a move, but you’re not so much into putting yourself out there. Then it happens, and suddenly you find yourself eating a cat on your neighbor’s ...

Vampire – In the Beginning – Charmain Marie Mitchell

A sin born from love provokes the ultimate punishment from God – the truth behind the creation of vampires. Vampire – In the Beginning is the first in a series of books by the author Charmain Marie Mitchell. The series tells the story of Gwen a 500 year old vampire, her long and eventful life, and her quest to discover the truth behind the creation of vampirism.



The Cemetery Boys – Heather Brewer

Part Hitchcock, part Hinton, this first-ever stand-alone novel from Heather Brewer, New York Times bestselling author of the acclaimed Chronicles of Vladimir Tod series, uses classic horror elements to tell a darkly funny coming-of-age story about the dangerous power of belief and the cost of blind loyalty that Kirkus Reviews called “a slick, spooky, chilling mystery.” When Stephen’s dad says they’re moving, Stephen knows it’s pointless to argue. They’re broke from paying Mom’s hospital bills, and now the only option left is to live with ...

Where Darkness Dwells – Glen Krisch

“Every new book by Glen Krisch is a reason to celebrate. Seeming to come from out of nowhere, he writes with the kind of assured, lyrical style that makes other writers salivate. Count me as one of them. He knows what makes a story tick. He knows the value of character. And he knows how to scare you. And he does it all like someone who has been writing since before King was King. Mark my words: The future for Krisch is going to be ...



Dark Promises – Christine Feehan

Lovers challenge destiny and risk their lives in the new Carpathian novel by the #1 New York Times bestselling “queen of paranormal romance.”* Gabrielle has had enough of battles, of wars, of seeing the man she’s engaged to nearly lose his life when it isn’t even his fight. Once Gary was a gentle and very human researcher. Now he’s a fearless and lethal Carpathian warrior with the blood of an ancient lineage coursing through his veins—a man Gabrielle still needs and dreams of with every breath she takes. ...



Mechaniclism – Lynn Lamb

In 1632, Lord August Godwine, an Austrian nobleman, commissions Swiss clockmaker Frederick Jori to create a miniature city of automatons to amuse himself and impress the aristocracy. When Jori refuses to commit offenses against God, he undergoes brutal, unimaginable torture until the once-pious craftsman surrenders to his fate. But what he hides in the innocuous-appearing automatons ignites a horrific apocalypse—one that will not be realized for 400 years. In 21st century San Francisco, Ireland Barton is a brilliant, successful young scientist, but there is one ...