Survival. Meaningful. Too much time alone drives people to unthinkable acts. Praise for the scattered and the dead series:"This book is comparable to The Stand by Stephen King in terms of just how damn good it is. Like now. C. Vargus have written yet another spectacular and vivid story. Heather DiAngelis"Thrilling.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 1.5: Post Apocalyptic Fiction #ad - Murder. The cold spreads over the land, shriveling and choking out all the plant life. In some ways it reminded me of Stephen King's classic, 'The Stand. Michael j"tim McBain and L. T.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.0: Post Apocalyptic FictionSmarmy Press #ad - But the scattered survivors are still here. Life goes on. Book 2. 0 picks up where BOOK 1. 5 left off. Recommended reading order for the Scattered and the Dead series:The Scattered and the Dead Book 05the scattered and the Dead Book 1The Scattered and the Dead Book 1. 5the scattered and the Dead Book 2. 0 The scattered and the Dead series continues with 632 more pages of post-apocalyptic survival.
With 99. 7% of the population dead and gone for coming up on six months, what's left of humanity is scarred, sinewy, whittled into something lean and hard. Every crossing of paths turns to conflict. Every choice carries the weight of life and death. Not all will survive these encounters. Catch up with erin, delfino, izzy, Baghead, Ray, Lorraine and more as the Scattered and the Dead saga continues to unfold.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.0: Post Apocalyptic Fiction #ad - Bring out your dead. Something like life, anyway. The worst of their first post-apocalyptic winter may be behind them, but the scattered enter spring with dwindling supplies. Others will leave all behind to journey into the unknown. But violence and death wait behind all corners in the empty world.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 1: Post Apocalyptic FictionSmarmy Press #ad - Murder. When the darkness falls, it comes in more way than one. Among the ashes, we meet the scattered, the leftovers:A family struggles to find long term shelter during the first wave of the collapse. Two orphan girls -- a 16 year old and an 8 year old -- gather supplies to help survive their first winter without power.
A drunk and drug addict plots to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of raiders. A televangelist races to escape a rumored nuclear strike. Slowly, their stories will merge, their paths will cross, and a new world will be born out of the ruins. Love being immersed in this world with relatable dialogue and story to boot.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 1: Post Apocalyptic Fiction #ad - This book is amazing. Rain"it is a heart pounding, nightmare inducing read that is also sad and nostalgic, poignant and even endearing. Queen_of_chaos"Tim McBain and L. T. Fractured. Riots. Grab the scattered and the Dead: Book One today. Praise for the scattered and the Dead series:"Comparable to The Stand.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.5Smarmy Press #ad - They're being followed. What drives people to destroy each other? And what drives some of them to survive and take care of one another no matter how dark things get?Izzy and Erin stare these questions in the face. Vargus have written yet another spectacular and vivid story. Heather di"best book in this genre i've ever read!" - Krycek"I loved the characters and their stories, can't wait to see who makes it to the end.
Love being immersed in this world with relatable dialogue and story to boot. Delfino shares revelations from his past as Baghead begins to recover from his injury. But there's a problem. Very well written, hard/impossible to put down. 10 out of 10 would read again. Paul king"dark and fast paced, with vivid imagery.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.5 #ad - Michael j"the best zombie series you will ever read! Love King, Cronin, or Koontz? The Scattered and the Dead is for you. Kurt Robair. Catch up with izzy, baghead, erin, and Delfino in the fifth volume in The Scattered and the Dead series. Endings and beginnings. The road trip from hell continues as planned.
I don't say this lightly.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 0.5Smarmy Press #ad - Reclusive. Everyone I've ever cared about is dead. Loneliness drives an introvert to write a letter to the girl in the apartment across the hall. Rumors of zombies spread. All my friends are dead. Desperate for a friend. And then the power goes out. Getting to know someone could be harder than he thought, let alone surviving in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
He might even need to leave the apartment. Pedestrians vomit blood. Soon the bodies line the streets. Buildings burn. He is anxious. The apocalypse interrupts this attempt at human contact. Now he watches out the window as the world gets cut to pieces by plague and riots.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.6Smarmy Press #ad - How did this happen? And why?Catch glimpses of the darkest visions yet. Harsh and violent and hateful. A trip to the market morphs into a horrifying affair. Vargus have written yet another spectacular and vivid story. Heather di"best book in this genre i've ever read!" - Krycek"I loved the characters and their stories, can't wait to see who makes it to the end.
Those who follow father, the Crusaders, creep through the woods to fight the Raiders from the Sovereign Cities. Bloody battles separate limbs and torsos, heads and necks. Love being immersed in this world with relatable dialogue and story to boot. Pits them face to face with thieves, murderers, and slavers.
The Scattered and the Dead Book 2.6 #ad - This is the beginning of the end. Catch up with old characters and meet new ones in the sixth volume in the Scattered and the Dead series, the penultimate entry. War rages across the empty world. I don't say this lightly. 10 out of 10 would read again. Paul king"dark and fast paced, with vivid imagery. Michael j"the best zombie series you will ever read! Love King, Cronin, or Koontz? The Scattered and the Dead is for you.
Kurt robairrecommended reading order of The Scattered and The Dead series:The Scattered and the Dead Book 0
What Lies Beneath: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller Victor Loshak Book 2Smarmy Press #ad - The obstacles are many, however. And the cryptic note someone left under his windshield wiper? It warns him that danger lurks all around. They bury it, and they bury it, but it won't stay dead. As loshak digs deeper, uneasiness seems to creep over everything in the city. Some secrets don’t stay buried. Three elaborately staged victims.
Bury them. When the suburban veneer finally strips away, all the dark secrets come clear one by one. But nothing can prepare Loshak for the shocking revelation this case unearths. Because what lies beneath the surface? It changes everything. This pulse-pounding thriller will have you holding your breath until the final page.
What Lies Beneath: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller Victor Loshak Book 2 #ad - It doesn’t make sense. A piece is missing from this puzzle. If loshak can find the missing link that connects the victims, he believes he can solve the case. But something about this case is all wrong. The three corpses lie posed. No clues. Upper middle class.
Five Days Post Mortem: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller Violet Darger FBI Thriller Book 5Smarmy Press #ad - That sets up what might be the key to the case:what is the killer doing to the victims for the four days between their deaths and dumping their bodies?It's Darger's first case without Loshak, and it will test her like none before. A bloated thing half atop the river. How about gruesome. A coincidence? something with meaning to be discerned?Darger suspects the timeline to be significant, but without evidence, she can only guess as to why.
The forensic evidence distorted by decay and the elements. And you just can't put them down until it's over. Melanie"if you are a fan of Silence of the Lambs, this book is a spiritual successor. Amazon customer"vargus and mcBain spin a fine tale with characters I want to climb inside -- but not in a weird way.
Five Days Post Mortem: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller Violet Darger FBI Thriller Book 5 #ad - Jeanne Tarrants. Naked. Munger"Insightful, bloody. Her body floats. Mouth and eyes open wide. This pulse-pounding thriller will have you holding your breath until the final page. When two fishermen discover a corpse floating in the Clackamas river, profiler Violet Darger heads to rural Oregon to hunt another serial killer.
Night on Fire: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller Violet Darger FBI Thriller Book 6Smarmy Press #ad - It's fast paced, it's scary, and it's satisfying. Rain"if you are a fan of Silence of the Lambs, this book is a spiritual successor. Amazon customer"I devour each installment in this series the instant it is available. Shelley R. Climbs up onto the steeple. Blackens the siding. And when darger gets up close to the crimes, the real thing, that sense of savagery only intensifies.
What kind of a person could carry out such cruelties? Understanding the warped psychology will be the key to solving the case. The suspect seems hellbent on creating a spectacle. I found myself completely invested in every character, from the authorities to the killer to the victims themselves. Eden hudson"this book reminds me of some of my favorite books in the crime thriller genre - Dark Places by Gillian Flynn, The Collector by John Fowles, the Mr.
Night on Fire: A Gripping Serial Killer Thriller Violet Darger FBI Thriller Book 6 #ad - It starts with a bang and just doesn't stop. Ada lavin"un-put-downable! I cannot wait for this series to grow. Snyder"if you liked silence of the Lambs, you'll love Dead End Girl. If you love sandford, harry bosch, kava, jack reacher, in violet darger, you’ll love vargus & mcbain!" -- melody M"Vargus and McBain have, Dave Robicheaux, Elvis Cole, August Dupin, created a character that absolutely stands up with some of the greats -- Phillip Marlowe, Slaughter, Stelljes and Deaver, Charlie Parker, etc.
Hell on Earth: A Zombie Apocalypse Thriller Life of the Dead Book 1Packanack Publishing #ad - ★★★★★. Kim petrey"after a madman unleashes a virus which turns 99% of the population into flesh-hungry zombies, heroes and villains rise from the ashes of what used to be civilization and an epic, blood-soaked, and brutally realistic post-apocalyptic adventure begins. Read it now!it's stephen king's The Stand meets The Walking Dead! Graphic and well written with fully developed characters.
Between the vivid imagery and the gory details, I had to take a break during the second half just to get my lunch down. I don't even watch zombie shows. Every book in this series kept me wanting to read more. One of the best if not the best zombie series I've ever read and I've read them for years. Awesome series.
Hell on Earth: A Zombie Apocalypse Thriller Life of the Dead Book 1 #ad - It was awesome! ★★★★★ fast paced, action packed, and full of gore! I could not put it down!! ★★★★★ Awesome book. Believable characters, consistent in their personalities, lovable and "hatable", and the type of read you literally cannot lay down.
Bad Blood: A Gripping Crime Thriller Violet Darger FBI Thriller Book 4Smarmy Press #ad - Corruption. Munger"Insightful, bloody. Figure out how brutality like this could happen in rural Michigan. The victim had been living the American dream. The body slumps over the steering wheel. It starts with a bang and just doesn't stop. Ada lavin"this series is full of suspense, action, and lots of murder. Ellenan"violet darger is a unique, incredible character, and I immensely enjoyed taking this journey with her.
Cat "a rush of excitement, twists and turns. C. Started a family. If you love sandford, slaughter, stelljes and deaver, kava, you’ll LOVE Vargus & McBain!" -- Melody M"The Violet Darger books are honestly the best detective novels I've ever read. Devin"vargus and mcbain have, created a character that absolutely stands up with some of the greats -- Phillip Marlowe, Elvis Cole, in Violet Darger, Charlie Parker, Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, August Dupin, Dave Robicheaux, etc.
Bad Blood: A Gripping Crime Thriller Violet Darger FBI Thriller Book 4 #ad - Lucinda E. Left clues which offer more questions than answers, clues that seem to lead Darger to Detroit. In the city, she finds despair. Ok nice might not be the right word to use. Crumbling. Or thrilling? Terrifying? Gripping? They're all that.