Posted on August 25, 2009 by Flames
A mysterious yellow rain.
High school will never be the same.
They are outcasts and misfits, teenagers lost on the path to adulthood, living day-to-day inside a high school culture of taunts, humiliation, and isolation. They are the misunderstood, the neglected, and the abused. They are . . . The Lifeless.
For them, every school day is a nightmare.
But on Monday, October 2nd, they will discover the true meaning of terror.
Classes are cut short by news of explosions in the city across the river, part of a series of horrific terrorist attacks that paralyze the nation. But that is only the beginning: amber clouds fill the sky, burning rain pelts down, and the surviving students of Verlaine High learn that their tormentors have mutated into something far worse-reanimated corpses with a primordial instinct for murder.
It’s time to stand up to the in-crowd . . . or be consumed by it.
The Lifeless: A Zombie Novel is available at DriveThruHorror.com.
“Lorne Dixon’s The Lifeless is a book no fan of horror should miss. Its darkness will grow and fester in your mind, leaving you with nightmares long after the story is over and the book is closed” – Eric S. Brown, author of The War of the Worlds Plus Blood, Guts and Zombies and World War of the Dead
“Gooey-zombie goodness, lots of action . . . Dixon’s prose is quick . . . guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.” – Nick Cato, author of Don of the Dead
Also available from Coscom Entertainment:
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Zombie Jim by Mark Twain & W. Bill Czolgosz
Black Water: A Cthulhu Story by A.P. Fuchs