The UnDead sequel comes to Penana.
Kyle a newcomer discovers two alien species. One brings humanity to war as an old enemy comes to bring personal terror to whoever holds the family of Thomas. As Thomas teaches Kyle he's next in line as humanity's protector. They realize the only thing deadlier than the Kalimari and Humans is Space itself.
Gnihzur is a crow fledgling who has decided to transcend into a godly entity during the magnificent and auspicious era of crows where quantum consciousness advancement is ubiquitously rooted. Though his resolve is resolute in its cute firmness, many feathery and none feathery obstacles will present themselves in his path and try to pluck his mortality away from him before he can triumph.
Will he be able to learn how to slyly adapt to his newfound environment as well as cope with difficult situations and peers? Will he succeed in becoming an overpowered character who can easily claim the title of Prokeral God Crow?
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Genre:(Action-Adventure, Mythical & Urban Fantasy, Spirit-Cultivation, Light-Romance, Overpowered Characters, Titans, Zombies, Evil Organisation, Mutated Beasts, Psychological Warfare, Military Might, Magical Powers, Levelling, World Exploration)
So this is heavily inspired by the last kids on earth. Yuh..... idk what to write for a description.
Zefra is a shrine keeper in the capital city of Ehram. Far away from home, she devotes her time to the shrines of the gods. But there is trouble brewing. The Kingdom of Ehlil has turned its back on the gods, and the Glassmakers have grown their influence. Their wonders provide a distraction from bigger problems, and the gods grow displeased by their influence.
Aspects of Sand is a fantasy novel written for Camp NaNo in April 2021. This is the first version of it, pre-revision. I started writing two days early, on March 30, to give myself some room so that what you're reading isn't a rough first draft so much as a story revisited after a couple days of consideration, but there will still be a lot of rough edges.
This year's theme is zombies, though it's technically optional. You'll find that Aspects of Sand is a traditional fantasy story with zombies, but it's not focused on the overt horror elements of zombie fiction so much as using them as a story tool. I'm also not much for gore, so expect the zombie scenes to be "mild" compared to what you might see elsewhere.
I'm working from an outline that has a more or less cover-to-cover complete plot, so I expect to complete Aspects of Sand within the month (or at least be over the 50,000 word threshold to be called a novel), but remember that what you're seeing isn't a finished novel. Although this is the first novel I'm making publicly available, it is actually my third novel.
If you have questions or feedback, leave them in comments! I'm writing this very quickly and many things have probably escaped my notice. I'll also be updating my blog (available through my profile) every Friday with an overview of my progress and a reflection on my work.
When zombies rise up in the City that never sleeps in New York, a group of survivors struggle to fight back.
New York, 2012
When zombies roam the city that never sleeps, Alison Radford escapes from her Lower Manhattan apartment because of zombies who have left the cemetery to feed on the living. As a result, she and others, are taken by the military. Book One of the new Young Adult zombie horror series.
Everything's gone. The world we know is gone, the people we know are dead. Nothing's left. But they always come back, walking around the cities, with nowhere to go, they only want one thing. Blood. Yours. Mine. Doesn't matter. We call them Walkers and they are everywhere. You save them, you die.There is only one thing that matters.You kill or you are killed.
Mark sidestepped another zombie and pulled the trigger downing another zombie before continuing to run. Then out of the corner of his eye, Mark thought he saw a blind open slightly in the window of a grey house on his right. His head jerked to the house as he saw the blind close a second later. Mark took a chance and ran with Rachel up to the front door of the grey house.
Mark pounded on the door and shouted, “Please let us in!”
No reply came and Rachel tugged on his arm, they turned to face their threat. More than sixty zombies where coming towards them and with sadness in his heart, Mark had to accept that this is where he died. Smacking the door one last time Mark’s voice trembling said “Please. At least let her in.”
Shocked Rachel turned to meet Mark’s sad gaze “No Mark I’m not leaving you.”
“Rachel there’s nowhere for us to go and the thought of at least you living makes me happy” Mark replied. Lifting his gun, he shot the closest zombie, not 10 feet away. Pulling the trigger, again and again, Mark took down zombie after zombie. Finally, the gun clicked multiple times confirming to Mark and Rachel it was empty. Zombies continued to close in on them with more on their way. Mark knew he didn’t have enough bullets for all of them.
“I’m sorry Rachel I wasn’t able to protect you,” Mark said as his head and heart sank low.
The Journal of M.A.N Volume 1 follows Mark and Rachel as they try to stay alive in the middle of the zombie apocalypse. Along the way, relations will grow and some will break. The only thing that's for sure with zombies is that death will follow; for humans, the undead, or both!!!
Far, far away, a long, raw-throated scream sounded across the bridge. The call immediately followed up by all the animal-humans surrounding the small circle of teenagers, the sound followed by the tide of ferals.
In a future where Mankind drove itself mad, a secretive and powerful organization attempts to restart the legacy of the human race. Fixated on creating a new world and society, they will not stop at anything, including experimenting on a batch of children to create the central figures on the dawn of a new beginning. Children that will be the progenitors of the new mankind.
One of them, Marcus finds that he will have to fight against his very purpose to ensure that Mankind will not lose it's humanity.
It all happened so fast. The government and the military did little at the beginning, claiming it was nothing more than an aggressive flu strain. So many were infected that the sick to healthy ratio was 3/1. Then one day it was like a switch was flipped. Everyone who was sick dropped dead at the exact same time. Everywhere around the world. Numerous countries fell into anarchy from losing most of their populations, and martial law took a hold of the world. Thats when the dead returned, and the real battle had only begun.
Corporal Dia Zephyr assumed it was just another drill, no more than a Navy tradition, a rite of passage for the recruits. She expected a spacewalk, maybe a shooting game inside an asteroid field, skimming along the Collective's border before turning back to the Empire's space.After all, this was what they knew, what everyone expected.But that's not what happened.