Apocalyptic Fears IV: A Multi-Author Box Set of Sci-Fi and Horror (Apocalyptic Fears Series Book 4)
Includes "The New Agenda" by Reader's Favorite Award Winner Simone Pond! Hundreds of pages of apocalyptic fiction for a bargain price.When the world falls apart, when civilization collapses, when life as we know it ends, our greatest terrors becomes real. Perhaps it's nuclear war with its... show more
Includes "The New Agenda" by Reader's Favorite Award Winner Simone Pond! Hundreds of pages of apocalyptic fiction for a bargain price.When the world falls apart, when civilization collapses, when life as we know it ends, our greatest terrors becomes real. Perhaps it's nuclear war with its poisonous radiation, hideous plagues or chemical contamination, rogue artificial intelligences controlling killer robots, or zombies that turn our friends and neighbors into inhuman monsters. What can the common man or woman do in the face of apocalyptic fears?The Apocalyptic Fears Series gives you collections of bestselling, award-winning or just plain exciting stories by some of the best independent authors of today.After the Pretty Pox by August Ansel. Most of the human race is dead. For two years Arie McInnes has been alone, riding out the aftermath of the Pretty Pox. Hidden in the attic of her ruined home, Arie survives by wit and skill, ritual and habit. Convinced humans are a species best allowed to expire, she chooses solitude...even in matters of life and death.Apocalypse Hill by Matthew Stott. The end of the world is just a game. The Hill arrived in Apoc, in the far north of England, during a storm. The soil was soaked in ancient blood and the grasses that clung to its slopes were slashes of vicious crimson. The Hill did not arrive by chance. The Hill came for a reason.Apache Dawn by Marcus Richardson. Chad did his part during the Great Pandemic to help defeat the deadliest threat in modern history. At last he can live his life alone and on his terms. But just when things return to normal after a decade of chaos, the devastating virus comes back--this time as a weapon.Nemesis: Book One by David Beers. Alien Queen Morena was forced into exile, doomed to roam space forever with no hope of return until Michael finds her crashed ship. For the first time in millennia, Morena sees salvation. First, in Michael ... and then Earth. The perfect place to repopulate her species. And those already here? They can bow or die.25 Bombs Fell by A.K. Meek. Nathaniel Bowen's business trip is interrupted by the end of the world. He escapes the blitzkrieg in a Cold War-era fallout shelter in a small Georgia town. But being trapped in an underground tomb with strangers isn't always a safe alternative. They bring their own bombs; fears, prejudices, and hatreds.Plan B by Ansandra Woodman. Helena's mother thought she was saving the world; instead, ChristinaHarris helped unleash a plot to destroy the world's population with amerciless deadly virus. The Harris family hides from the wrath of theGlobal Alliance in the Alaskan wilderness.The Fall of Man by J.V. Roberts. After the bombs fell and the old world passed away, two sides emerged from the destruction: the Union and the Rebels. For years a great civil war raged, ending in a fragile truce. Now the Lord Marshal of the Union seeks to unite the land, this time using chests of coin rather than bullets.Invasion by Paul Moxham. Logan Pollack is only a few hours away from getting married to his one and only sweetheart when all hell breaks loose. The invasion comes without warning and, within a matter of minutes, everything changes for him and everyone else on Earth.The New Agenda by Simone Pond. Society was collapsing but young, idealistic William Morray had hoped his father's acclaimed Repatterning Program--a precursor to the New Agenda--could get things back on track. They said the Repatterning was for the greater good, but it was a lie.Zero Patient One by Harmon Cooper. Sterling is a gambler with his family's lives at stake. Halo is a Goddess with a troubling secret. Hunter is a religious fanatic with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh. The Book separates the people of the Canyon. It is the reason they fight in the War Zone, the reason they pray, the reason they live, the reason they die. It is the reason they never ask questions.