The Living. The Dead. Someone In-between. It began as a fever, leaving its victims psychotic and delusional. It only became out of control when some of those victims died and unexpectedly came back from the dead as zombies, throwing the world into a panic. Victor Lyonie, the Lion, watched his wife and daughter die, then had to kill them himself just to make sure they stayed that way. All he wanted to do was go home, but instead, he found himself infected like no other human being had ever been before. He wasn't a zombie, but he wasn't himself anymore either. The voice of his dead wife revealed to him a new purpose and responsibility. Clad in chainmail, he sets out to rebuild as much as he could with the few survivors he could find. The Jackal, an ex-con, abiding by his sudden seemingly divine visions, uses the breakdown of society to slowly build a roving army, wiping out everything in its path on the way to his new kingdom, where his new world will begin. Nothing, not even hordes of flesh eating zombies will stand in his way. Good and Evil have been renamed as the beasts circle each other with the walking dead in-between looking to end it all. From the celebrated author of MORNINGSTARS!
Absolutely a great read! I could not put it down! Well written with great characters that really come to life! I NEED to know how the story ends! Highly recommend! Beth A De Tombeur After reading the first few pages, I was hooked. It is such a great idea to develop personalities for the characters as opposed to the usual " zombie" book. I read it in two nights. I am anxiously awaiting the sequel to this superbly written book. KTompkins
About the Author
Nick Kisella is an author, editor, screenwriter and semi-retired fitness professional. Primarily a horror author, he has also adapted several films into novels, most recently including ‘The Mary Horror Trilogy’, and ‘I Spill Your Guts’. He’s also penned several screenplays over the years. His most recent works are comprised of the novel, ‘Morningstars’, ‘The Beasts and the Walking Dead’ and ‘Crossing Lines’. His future projects include a collaboration with Scream Queen Deana Demko, titled ‘Lilith’s Apple’, and the novel adaptations of the yet to be released trilogy of fillms, ‘The Soulless’. ‘Morningstars’ was his first full length horror novel. Nick Kisella was born and raised in New Jersey but now resides in North Eastern Pennsylvania. A husband and father of twins, Nick prefers to write at night. If you’d like to reach Nick Kisella you can contact him through his website: http://nickkisella.com/ Or if you prefer, on his Face Book page: https://www.facebook.com/nick.kisella