“With this new proposed series, now is the perfect time to expand on those harrowing concepts, and Moody is the guy with the chops to do it.”
A group trapped on Skek in the middle of the North Sea. Skek used to be a military outpost, a scientific research facility, even a fishing settlement. Now Hazleton Adventure Experiences run corporate team building adventures there. After a tragic accident, tension begins to mount. Then others start to die. What is really going on? Who can you trust? Is this all really happening, or is it just an extreme team building exercise?
With no way to get home, and rumors causing a wave of fear, it’s difficult to tell what’s real and what’s constructed fantasy. Nonetheless, the threat is real, people are dying, and no one know who is killing, or who will be next.
Why we’re excited about this book:
Unless you’ve been pulling a Rip Van Winkle for the past decade, you should already know David Moody’s Hater is one of the most engaging and exciting entries into the post-apocalyptic genre. With this new proposed series, now is the perfect time to expand on those harrowing concepts, and Moody is the guy with the chops to do it. Kirkus Reviews calls it “A bloody fun ride… Another wetwork nightmare that should delight fans of Haters and intrigue writers who wallow in the genre.” One of Us Will be Dead by Morning releases from St. Martin’s Press 5 December 2017, and is available for pre-order over at Amazon.
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