Strange Events Even for an Apocalypse

by Jamie Horwath



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/11/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 164
ISBN : 9781546271994
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 164
ISBN : 9781546272014
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 164
ISBN : 9781546272007

About the Book

Strange Events Even for an Apocalypse tells the tale of John Brightman. The story picks up after Ashley, a recon agent, frees Brightman from a biological prison. Ashley’s mission, a simple one, is to return Brightman to the underground so the Elders can examine information recorded from a device implanted in his occipital lobe: vital secrets on how to defeat the creatures that attacked humanity years ago in a fight called the Flesh Wars. Things don’t go as planned, and Brightman must seek out unsuspecting allies in the apocalyptic wasteland. Guided by strange dreams and visions, Brightman discovers truths kept hidden for eons. The novel incorporates characters from The Observer and A Breath Before Sunrise as well as a host of new faces. The ragtag group of unsuspecting friends must work together to defeat humanity’s greatest threat. As mysteries begin to reveal themselves to Brightman, he must discover the means to defeat an enemy as old as time itself. Although humanity believed its greatest adversary attacked the very flesh and bone of life, a deeper and darker battle arises. In the stunning conclusion to The Observer and A Breath Before Sunrise, a climatic fight between light and darkness unfolds.

About the Author

Jamie Horwath resides in North Eastern Pennsylvania. He attended Penn State University during the nineties. After college he worked a series of odd jobs until he took a sales position for an employment agency. In 2011 Horwath released his first book, Extinction Chronicles, and since then has released five more. The works comprised of short stories, novellas, and novelette's. His newest work is a novel completing the story that began as a short titled The Observer. Horwath's writing stays within the genres of science fiction, horror, and fantasy. His newest work is a cross genre piece across all three categories. Jamie's dog, Storm, a beagle is still hounding him.