A Threat Worse Than the Undead Is Unleashed in New Zombie Novel AFTERSHOCKS by William Schlichter
By: BHC Press
"There is a smart way to live with zombies. Often, many characters in these situations don't survive through realist means or really use their intelligence,"
In Aftershocks, book three in the No Room in Hell series, the undead are amassing as they seek the epicenter of an earthquake. Aftershocks ensure they stay on course, drawing them to the origin of the ground-shaking waves and camp Acheron sits in the path of the horde. With little ammo to spare, the surviving members prove they will defend their camp at all costs, taking extreme measures to protect Acheron from being overrun.
Praise for the No Room in Hell series:
"Not your typical Zombie storyline." —Amazon reader review for The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
"The practical approach to the apocalypse is refreshing unto itself. Schlichter takes you on a trip, with some interesting stops and turns along the way." —Amazon reader review for 400 Miles to Graceland
Aftershocks is published by BHC Press and is available worldwide in hardcover (978-1-64397-
Other books in the series include The Good, the Bad, and the Undead and 400 Miles to Graceland.
About William Schlichter: William Schlichter is an award-winning screenwriter and author specializing in science fiction and the phantasmagorical world of the undead. His popular No Room in Hell and Silver Dragon Chronicles series are fan favorites, and he enjoys spending time on the convention circuit. His full-length feature script, Incinta, is a 2014 New Orleans Horror Film Festival finalist, a 2015 Beverly Hills Film Festival finalist, and an Official Selected finalist in the 2016 Irvine Film Festival. William also placed third in the 2013 Broadcast Education Association National Festival of Media Arts for his TV Spec Script episode of The Walking Dead.
About BHC Press: BHC Press is an award-winning independent publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, softcover, and ebooks for YA and adults. To learn more about other titles available from BHC Press, visit their website www.bhcpress.com.