"FERAL starts out by being creepy. As it moves forward FERAL becomes chilling and then turns terrifying. This is definitely--absolutely, positively--a book to be read with all the lights on!"
--Robert McCammon, bestselling author of Swan Song and Boy’s Life
"Feral is nasty excitement, a wild, jolting ride from start to finish. Enjoy."
--Andrew Pyper, author of The Demonologist
"DeMonaco and Evenson hit the mark with their collaboration...Fans of more traditional zombie tales will appreciate the quick pacing and familiar tropes, and those who just don’t know if they can take one more story about the undead would do well to try this one. Feminism is alive and well in Feral."
"A bloody tale of apocalypse...Told from multiple perspectives, this nail-biter, packed with plenty of gore to satisfy horror fans, offers a neat woman-power twist on the zombie-apocalypse story and a surprisingly poignant, satisfying finale."
"It is a fresh take on an old trope that also explores the nature of humanity and the relationships we forge with each other, often finding moments of touching vulnerability among the horrors of this new world...The zombie story has been done many times before, but not quite like this."
--This is Horror
"Feral is a novel of hard left turns. Just when you think the story is heading one way, authors DeMonaco and Evenson twist the wheel and the reader finds him/herself barreling down another twisty path. It’s fast-paced, action-packed, and screams for a movie adaptation. So let's do the math: (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER – vampires) + (THE WALKING DEAD – zombies) + (ROMEO AND JULIET – family feuds and suicide pacts) = FERAL. It adds up. Feral is recommended."
"Feral is well-paced but not too fast, with a tight storyline, solid character development, and a unique take on the post-apocalyptic survival story...the book makes for some great summer reading."
Kelley Armstrong returns with the eagerly awaited follow-up to Dime Store Magic. Paige Winterbourne, a headstrong young woman haunted by a dark legacy, is now put to the ultimate test as she fights to save innocents from the most insidious evil of a...
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