Some things are worse than zombies.
Horde is novella about five survivors escaping from a large group of zombies. After hearing the converted tornado siren and watching a mass exodus from the campground that has served as home for three months, Percy, Jack, Harry, Melody and Joann make a decision to move further into the state park to find solace from the undead. However, as they move deeper into the forest, a discovery awaits them that is more horrific than what is chasing them.
Gregory M. Thompson is a Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror writer with publishing credits in Macabre Realms, Digizine, Aphelion Webzine,Concisely, Digital Dragon Magazine, Dark Gothic Resurrected, Midwest Literary Review, Roar and Thunder, The Fringe Magazine,and more. He also has an award-nominated science fiction piece in the collection, Steampunk Anthology, published by Sonar4 Publications and a horror/western short story in the anthology Welcome to Hell, edited by Eric S. Brown. Nightcry, The Golden Door, and My Only One are three of his novels, released in March and June of 2011 and May 2013 respectively. His most recent published work was “Leaves Falling into Fire” for Brief Grislys, an anthology from Apocryphile Press released in July 2013. He has a forthcoming novel called Grandmother releasing from Black Rose in July.
"An interesting beginning to a new Zombie world. Interesting characters that I would love to learn more about and a bit of a new twist on Zombie lore by presenting modern "killing machine, victims of disease" zombie with a separate strain that are much truer to the zombies of Voodoo." - Goodreads reviewer, Kilgallen
"This is one of those stories that grows on you the more you read. The characters are relatable, but not always likable. There were parts where the interaction between them made me cringe thinking. "My, another macho-man ego trip story". Yet thankfully that passes as the characters end up getting a dose of humble pie.I liked the way they end up fighting the Zombies. This part was original to this title. It’s something that I had not seen yet, and I read a fair amount of zombie titles.I plan on reading more of this series.I recommend this story to readers of the Zombie genre." - Reviewer for Pro-Active Destruction Group.