The Dreadland Chronicles is a post apocalyptic dark fantasy inspiredby Stephen King's Dark Tower series, that seeks to answer the followingquestion.

If Roland Deschain was the last gunslinger, who among them will become the first?

They were three, bound by a fourth, coming together in a post apocalypticworld to confront an evil that threatened to destroy mankind once andfor all. But could they overcome their own differences in time to savetheir world, and the fate of all the others?

Fourteen years havepassed since the dead walked, and obscurity means survival in anincreasingly dangerous world. For the survivors compound at Bremo Bluffthat obscurity is threatened when a group of children are abducted.

Four boys embark on a quest to rescue the children. A journey that will lead them into adulthood, with a brief detour through the Dreadlands, asthey come face to face with the harsh reality of a brutal world beyondthe barriers that had served to protect them.

In the dead city of Richmond they will face a savage cult who worship a creature of thenight. They are not gods, nor demons. Born of despair these creatureslived along the shadowy edges of our well lit world. Where misery dwelthand in hand with terror.

When the dead walked, and man fled thecities to the east, he left behind an offspring of man's despair. Onceviewed as the nightmare imaginings of a fevered mind,these creatureswere now awake in a world where the population that served as their food source has been severely reduced.

Awake, and very, very, hungry.

If you enjoy post-apocalyptic urban fantasy, this series is for you.

"Brutal with a purpose!" Jeanette Andromeda

"All Roads is frankly Stephen King's Stand By Me, with zombies. But not toomany. To call this a zombie novel would be a misnomer.First and foremost this is a coming-of-age drama, written by a man with a deft hand forcharacterization, set within a dystopian backdrop." Mark Taylor

"No where's safe, no where's secure, except for where these four boys dwell together, intent on their mission, relying on the family ties thatthey've formed in growing up in the midst of horror." Fairness In Everything

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  • Publication Date: December 11, 2015
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  • Print Length: 193 Pages
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