Ginger Nuts of Horror
Horrific Tales Publishing and Joseph D'Lacey are proud to announce the latest premium hardback addition to their excellent novella range. With previous entries from such horror greats as Gary McMahon, John Llewellyn Probert, and Paul Kane, this is shaping up to be one of the finest horror imprints.
Joseph D'lacey has been a favourite at Ginger Nuts of Horror sine the inception of he website, his books Meat, Garbage Man, Clown Wars: Blood and Aspic, Blood Fugue and the Black Feathers series have featured on our best of year lists many times, and I am sure The Veil will be no exception.
As a special preorder deal Horrific Tales are offering a pre-release special deal on the e-book, order now from the links below and get this novella for a super low price of £0.99, ( $1.21 from Amazon US) or you can be like me, preorder both the e-book and a hardback version. The Hardbacks are a thing of beauty with amazing wrap around covers and high production values they will look stunning on your bookcases.
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About The Book
Some call it The Long Silence, others The Hush. Whatever it is, the world has gone quiet. No electricity, no engines, most of the people gone. There are survivors, small groups enduring as best they can in a seemingly abandoned world.
At night, the landscape glows with unnatural light. The stillness is broken by the desolate cries of the lost population, returning now to search for...no one knows what. What is certain, though, is that those they drag into the shadows do not return.
The Veil contains the final testaments of two disparate groups; a band of survivalists barricaded into a single block of an American city, and a young family hiding in a remote part of the English countryside.
But there are enemies among the survivors too, using the cataclysm to serve their own desires. If the end of the world can't cleanse the human heart, what reason can there be to continue?