When evil overflows from the deepest, fiery pits, the battle will be At Hell’s Gates…Whether you are a zombie aficionado, or you feed on horror, there is something for everyone. We've summoned some of the top Zompoc authors, masters in horror, and even some new talent to strike fear into even the most jaded soul. Dare you look, let alone approach, the dreaded gates?
Each skillfully crafted vignette showcases previously created worlds in the individual author’s works. If you've ever yearned for more back story or ached to learn what happened to a peripheral character; your wait is over. But, as they say, “Be careful what you wish for”. Once it has been seen, you cannot go back. And once infected; there is no cure.
This collaboration is in honor of the brave men and women in our Armed Services who willingly lay down their lives for our freedom. Words could not possibly express our undying gratitude, so we have banded together, doing what we do best, to show our appreciation. All proceeds from the sale of this anthology will go to The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to serve wounded soldiers and their families. This is for you, those who have truly been…At Hell’s Gates.
For more information on this release, future anthologies in the At Hell's Gates series, and how to get involved with the project, visit www.athellsgates.com.
For more information on The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, visit www.fallenheroesfund.org.
Stories from seventeen of your favorite authors, and set in the worlds you know!
My top five favorites were:
Nefarious by Stevie Kopas because it related to a trilogy that I'd read by her and kind of showed a blow by blow of the disturbing state of mind that woman was in.
Home Defense by James Crawford because the characters were so sarcastic and fun they seemed so vibrant.
Exploding Shit Zombies by Stephen Kozeniewski. I hope the title can speak for itself, but I found it to be just gross and funny all at the same time.
The Husband by Jacqueline Druga. After loads of zombie apocalypse stories this took me off guard, and had me laughing.
Princess and the Flea by Paul Mannering stopped me cold! It was twisted, engaging and was told from the simple viewpoint of a child. I popped the book it was based on straight into my wishlist. The transition from the child's view vs. what we should be seeing was so subtle, and took me off guard.