- Posted by Narrative Ink
- On March 20, 2017
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A mysterious plague is scourging the quiet town of Peaceful Springs…
Driving back from a business trip, on his way to propose to the woman he loves, Jack Graven narrowly avoids colliding with a soldier barreling down the highway in a semi truck. Shaken, Jack stops at a bar to rest, but despite drinking only water, Jack soon becomes violently ill and passes out. When he awakens, peace within Springs has become a distant memory, its citizens transformed into flesh-eating monsters of the night. If Jack wants to escape with his life, and the lives of those he holds dear, he must not only survive the town and find Emily, but uncover the truth about what happens when science and the supernatural join forces.
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Our review of Dead Night Vol. 1:
Dead Night is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that will leave you wanting more.
Jack is an expert gun designer about to propose to the woman he loves, but on his way home from a business trip to get funding for the invention he’s working on, the world he thought he knew dissolves around him. Jack awakens to find only chaos and horror: the world has been taken over by a plague of monsters that appear to be part-zombie and part-vampire. Jack races to get home to the people he loves, not knowing if they are alive or dead.
This book is full of surprises, and it’s difficult to write a review without giving anything away. Dead Night blends genres to create something completely unique and new: this story will appeal not only to horror fans, but to readers of science fiction, fantasy, and supernatural fiction as well. Readers will be rooting for these characters and dying for the next installment of this exciting new serial.