It's 2054. Ten years since the Zombie virus of 2043 struck. Although all are infected, humanity has learned to deal with the dead and reduced their numbers to being no more than a nuisance. But like mankind, viruses need to do what they must to survive. Change and mutation is the survival mechanism of viruses. Author Thomas M Malafarina continues his Dead Kill series with Dead Kill Book 2: The Ridge Of Change.
What Others Are Saying:
"Thomas Malafarina writes with a visual artist’s eye for detail and design and revels in the same exuberant flourishes for violence and tableaus of flesh as Clive Barker, all the while working the clichés and conventions of the horror genre bravely and unabashedly. Though he has created his own King-like milieu in and around his native Schuylkill County (PA), Malafarina shares Lovecraft’s cosmic vision and torment of inner and outer space and he designs philosophically laden set pieces that thoroughly dissect the minutia of man as if he were just another sentient being in a violent and insatiable cosmos (and a clumsy one at that), a doomed soul wracked with mental anguish and ripe for the picking from the evils of the universe, just another chapter in an ancient taxonomy. Tom’s novels continue to grow in scope and ambition – he is a veritable talent to watch (and read)!" -- George Andrade – Horror News
"Thomas M. Malafarina is the kind of writer I aspire to be. Like a visionary painter, creates mood in the landscape of dread, strong emotions with characters you care for, and suspense that causes a reader's nails to dig deep into their own legs. Stories cut from a cloth of originality that is Thomas M. Malafarina." -- Mark Slade – Nightmare Illustrated Magazine
"Malafarina's vision into a world where zombies are nearly eradicated is fresh and savagely satisfying, making this a must-read." -- Keith Rommel – Author of "The Cursed Man"
Page Count: 280
Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Publish Date: May 2, 2016
Imprint: Hellbender Books
FICTION / Horror
FICTION / Science Fiction / Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic