Where the Dead Go to Die

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Product Details

Price
$14.99
Publisher
Crystal Lake Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
258
Dimensions
5.06 X 0.54 X 7.81 inches | 0.56 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781684187560
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About the Author

Mark Allan Gunnells loves to tell stories. He has since he was a kid, penning one-page tales that were Twilight Zone knockoffs. He likes to think he has gotten a little better since then. He loves reader feedback, and above all he loves telling stories. He lives in Greer, SC, with his husband Craig A. Metcalf.
Australian author, artist, and award-winning filmmaker Aaron Dries helps lead a new generation of Splatterpunk for a new dark age (Brian Keene, author of The Rising). His debut novel House of Sighs was written whilst back-packing through South East Asia, including Thailand, where inspiration struck for his book A Place For Sinners. Aaron won the international Leisure Books/ChiZine/Rue Morgue Magazine Fresh Blood contest, and later released The Fallen Boys, described by filmmaker Mick Garris (director of Stephen King's The Stand and Masters of Horror) as beautiful and brutal. He collaborated with Mark Allan Gunnells on the apocalyptic thriller Where the Dead Go to Die, and recently published the novellas And the Night Growled Back (Cemetery Dance) and The Sound of His Bones Breaking (Crystal Lake Publishing). His short fiction has appeared in numerous horror anthologies. He is currently at work on a new novel and multiple screenplays. For more information visit aarondries.com or contact him on Twitter @AaronDries

Reviews

"Two authors, both with a strong talent for characters and emotion. They take a familiar lump of clay-Zombies and what they pummel and prod and pull and mold turns out to be a story that is anything but hackneyed. It is a story of survival and loss. About grieving and striving. It is honest and painful and scary. It reeks of carrion, like we all do." - John Boden, author of JEDI SUMMER and DOMINOES.
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