BEYOND AFRAID… It was an experiment in fear. Eight people, each chosen because they lived through a terrifying experience. Survivors. They don’t scare easily. They know how to fight back. BEYOND TRAPPED… Each is paid a million dollars to spend one night in a house. The old Butler House, where those grisly murders occurred so many years ago. A house that is supposedly haunted. BEYOND ENDURANCE… They can take whatever they want with them. Religious items. Survival gear. Weapons. All they need to do is last the night. But there is something evil in this house. Something very evil, and very real. And when the dying starts, it comes with horrifying violence and brutal finality. There are much scarier things than ghosts. Things that will kill you slowly and delight in your screams. Things that won’t let you get out alive. HAUNTED HOUSE People are dying to leave Jack Kilborn, author of AFRAID, TRAPPED, and ENDURANCE, brings back some favorite characters from those earlier novels and puts them through his own unique brand of hell. One that hurts real bad. One that will scare you to death. Are you brave enough?
Dead: Voyage of the Dead Bk.1
Voyage of the Dead is the first book of the Sovereign Spirit Saga detailing the adventures of several groups of survivors of the Zombie Apocalypse. Most of them are aboard a ship that is well equipped to survive the end of civilization, while others struggle to survive in a world suddenly overrun by undead cannibals. This is a science fiction adventure set within a horror genre, full of blood, guts, violence and the human emotions that fuel our survival instincts. While some scenes include graphic violence, it is intended to be more exciting than disgusting and more about using your brains than eating them. Enjoy the ride! Book length is over 100,000 words. This is the first book of a series, followed by “Flotilla of the Dead” and “Deluge of the Dead” in the Sovereign Spirit Saga. “Without a doubt one of the better Zombie books.” Anthony Wessel for The Kindle Book Review “This is one of those books that starts with a bang and I read waiting for the pace to slacken, except it doesn’t. Too often, books of this kind start out with an action scene, and then we get chapters of backfill and descriptions of the soap opera-like travails of our characters. While Forsyth indeed fills in the characterizations, the key quality of this book is that most valuable in any kind of thriller–PACING.” John S. Walsh “What a truly entertaining read. I started reading on Friday morning and couldn’t put the book down until I finished. Not just your everyday, run-of-the-mill, ho-hum story of the apocalypse.” — 5 stars from Paul Jones, author of “Extinction Point” and “Towards Yesterday.” “Gorey, pulpy, zombie fun! Basically it’s the A-Team meets Battlestar Galactica meets The Walking Dead. If this were a show I’d watch it.” — 5 stars from Nathan Yocum, author of “The Zona.” “The Walking Dead meets Battlestar Gallactica! This novel has all the ingredients for an epic series of books and would be great for television too. It’s like a Star Trek of the Zombie Apocalypse.” Tom McWilliams
The Winter People