logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Oasis of the Damned - Greg F. Gifune
Oasis of the Damned
by: (author)
4.17 105
When her helicopter crashes in the middle of the Sahara, Heather Richter, a former Army Captain and veteran of the Iraq War, finds herself at an abandoned WWII military outpost in one of the harshest and deadliest deserts on Earth. But she soon realizes there is another victim of the desert in... show more
When her helicopter crashes in the middle of the Sahara, Heather Richter, a former Army Captain and veteran of the Iraq War, finds herself at an abandoned WWII military outpost in one of the harshest and deadliest deserts on Earth. But she soon realizes there is another victim of the desert in this empty expanse of endless sand. Owens, a victim of an earlier plane crash, is there as well. An enigmatic and brooding man, he knows the secrets of the outpost, that it was actually built on top of an oasis and a natural well, the only thing that’s kept him alive. But he also knows the darker secrets of this strange and forgotten patch of desert hell.

He and Richter are not alone. And the cruel terrain and relentless sun are the least of their worries, because inhuman things haunt the outpost, hideous and violent things that only come at night. Ancient, evil creatures hungry for human flesh, and no matter how many Richter and Owens kill, they just keep coming.

With little hope of rescue, and tortured by her horrific experiences in Iraq years before, as well as the untimely and tragic death of her younger brother, Richter struggles to maintain her sanity amidst the brutal attacks that occur each time night falls, all the while trying to figure out if Owens is truly what he claims, or something more.

Is anything as it seems, or is there something more profound happening, a shocking wound bleeding deeper than the ancient sands, the dark desert nights and the blistering sun?

Two lost souls…a forgotten outpost in a haunted desert…vicious creatures bent on destruction…

The brutal fight for survival has begun.
show less
Format: kindle
ASIN: B00O7WMWGW
Publisher: DarkFuse
Pages no: 76
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
Bookstores:
Community Reviews
blackguysdoread
blackguysdoread rated it
4.0 Oasis of the Damned
"'Realistically, how many more of these things could there be?''No idea', he muttered. 'But I'm pretty sure realistically has nothing to do with it.'"In this fast-paced horror novella I read on a plane ride, two soldiers find themselves stranded at a mysterious and abandoned WWII outpost in the mid...
Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it
4.0 Oasis of the Damned by Greg F. Gifune
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Richter is the only survivor of a helicopter crash in the Sahara desert. She is rescued by another crash survivor, Owens, and taken to a military outpost where she assumes they will be safe. She is proved...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it
4.0 Oasis of the Damned
This couldn’t be happening. But it was. Those things couldn’t be real. But they were.Every night the battle begins anew and every day preparations must be made for ensuing fight. Nothing else matters. Nothing else exists. Until Owens finds Richter in the middle of the Sahara desert and takes her to ...
Reclusive Reads
Reclusive Reads rated it
4.5 Oasis of the Damned by Greg F. Gifune
This was an eARC from Netgalley.In a desolate corner of one of the most godforsaken places on Earth....In an abandoned fort built upon a lost oasis.....Two lost souls come together to face a relentless enemy that arrives when night falls, in the ultimate battle for survival.Gifune deftly reintroduce...
Andreya's Asylum
Andreya's Asylum rated it
4.5 Review of Oasis of the Damned
4.5 rounded up! Your worst nightmare? Hell on earth? Oasis of the Damned is a place that shouldn't exist. A deserted expanse of the Sahara that is completely uninhabited by human beings, except for one. Owens was stranded when his small passenger plane crashed and he was one of the four surviving ...
Books by Greg F. Gifune
On shelves
Share this Book
Need help?