Like Zombies? Like History and Sci-Fi? How about zombies ravaging Ancient Israel, 13th Century Florence, 14th Century England and the Far Distant Future? Well, then I’ve got the link to the bona fide, best blood-splattered GIVEAWAY for you!
STRANGERS IN THE LAND by Stant Litore. 1160 BC. You’ve read about the 10 Plagues of Egypt. Now read about the time ancient Israel and one aging prophetess faced a plague of the walking dead.
THE SCOURGE by Roberto Calas. 14th Century. In this retelling of the Black Death, Sir Edward of Bodiam and two of his knights search for Sir Edward’s wife across a nightmarish and zombie-infected England.
LAST BASTION OF THE LIVING by Rhiannon Frater. Distant Future. Vanguard Maria Martinez has lived her entire life within the towering walls of steel that protect the last survivors of humanity from the Inferi Scourge. Now she has been offered the opportunity to reclaim the lands outside her walled city, but she may have to sacrifice everything to do it.
VALLEY OF THE DEAD by Kim Paffenroth. 13th Century. During his exile from Florence, Dante Alighieri encounters an eastern Europe where the savagery of the dead is exceeded only by the cruelties of the living, in harrowing scenes that inspire his Inferno.
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