Among the Living

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novels |

Publisher: Titan books

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Synopsis:-

Estranged friends Dean and Bethan meet after five years apart when they are drawn to a network of caves on a remote Arctic island. Bethan and her friends are environmental activists, determined to protect the land. But Dean’s group’s exploitation of rare earth minerals deep in the caves unleashes an horrific contagion that has rested frozen and undisturbed for many millennia. Fleeing the terrors emerging from the caves, Dean and Bethan and their rival teams undertake a perilous journey on foot across an unpredictable and volatile landscape. The ex-friends must learn to work together again if they’re to survive… and more importantly, stop the horror from spreading to the wider world.

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The Last Day and the First

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novellas |

Publisher: PS Publishing

An unsigned Jacket Hardcover, or a 200 copy signed hardcover is now available from PS Publishing.

Synopsis:-

My name is Rose, and I’m the last woman left alive. So begins this novella that follows Rose’s final day, but it is also the first day of a future that few could have imagined.   

‘…even when the screams ring out and the blood spills, there remains a thread of light, and turning the page you fall into beauty once again.’
—Rio Youers

An interview by John McNee with Tim about the novella can be watched here.

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The Festival

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, News, Novellas |

Publisher:- Dark Horse

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Synopsis:-

A rock show to die for!

The Valhalla music festival commemorates a long-ago Viking slaughter, but when strange things start to happen, it seems the massacre may be far from over. When festival-goers begin to disappear, and musicians find themselves playing mysterious and ancient songs as if possessed, the fans have to figure out what is going on before the festival site’s haunting past comes back for blood.

New York Times bestselling horror writers Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon create a music festival to die for in this illustrated novel with artwork by Peter Bergting!

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Without Walls

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novellas |

Publisher:- PS Publishing

A Hardcover supernatural illustrated story book from PS Publishing. A signed and numbered edition is also available.

Synopsis:-

Jasmine lives alone in the house. It’s her whole world. It caters for her every need.
The doors are locked, but that doesn’t matter, because there’s nothing outside.

One day, on the staircase, she meets another little girl who thinks the same. And Cassia will change her life forever.

A haunted house . . . two haunted girls . . . the diary of a lost boy.

Why is the house so keen to hide the truth from them?
And who, or what, is the ghost?

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All Nightmare Long

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Collections, Library |

Publisher:- PS Publishing

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Synopsis:-

Urban hauntings, dark rural myths, bizarre superheroes, mysterious hotels, quiet apocalypses and violent dystopias, disturbing futures and blood-drenched histories . . .all these nightmares and more provide the contents of All Nightmare Long, Tim Lebbon’s brand new collection of short fiction.

So close your eyes, calm your breathing, and don’t be afraid.

It’s only a dream.

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Run Walk Crawl

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novellas |

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At forty-one I was overweight and unfit. As I turned 50 I was thirty pounds lighter, having spent my fifth decade training for, and racing multiple Ironmans, marathons, and other crazy adventures. This account of that fitness journey through my forties includes broken bones, severe chafing, regular cursing, rubber and lycra, an element of masochism … and cake.

From New York Times-bestselling writer Tim Lebbon comes his first non-fiction book, charting his fitness journey through his forties––funny, hopefully inspiring, brutally honest, this is a book for anyone trying to get and stay fit, at whatever age!

“The perfect mix of hilarity and inspiration! Tim’s incredible story is an absolute must read for anyone who is questioning whether or not to take on some crazy challenge (spoiler, you’ll never regret it!) as well as for those who are more long-in-the-tooth masochists. You’ll struggle to find a story of personal transformation that is as belly laugh inducing and uplifting as this one!” –– CHRISSIE WELLINGTON, 4 x Ironman World Champion

“This is the perfect mix of inspiration, humour, instruction, pain and enjoyment, and cake.” –– ANDY HOLGATE, author of Can’t Swim, Can’t Ride, Can’t Run

“Funny, engaging, and totally inspirational, I loved Run Walk Crawl. Even if you’re a couch potato like me, it will have you contemplating heading out for a walk before tucking into a piece of cake. Because, as Tim Lebbon says, ‘what’s the point of it all without a pint and a piece of cake to celebrate with?’ Filled with entertaining anecdotes, memories and race reports, Run Walk Crawl has something for exercise novices and experts alike. I raced through this book. Perfect pandemic reading.” –– SARAH PINBOROUGH, Sunday Times & New York Times bestselling author of Behind Her Eyes

“Brutally honest and wonderfully witty. Tim’s story is inspiring and packed full of advice on how to turn your life around.” –– CLAIRE SMITH, author of Becoming Brutal

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The Last Storm

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novels |

Publisher:- Titan

The paperback is due for release on July 5th in the UK and July 19th in the US and can be pre-ordered from:-

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Synopsis:-

A gripping, terrifying road trip through the heat of the post-apocalyptic American desert from the author of Netflix’s The Silence. This action-packed and thought-provoking eco-nightmare will appeal to fans of Benjamin Percy, Christopher Golden and Josh Malerman.

With global warming out of control, large swathes of North America have been struck by famine and drought and are now known as the Desert. A young woman sets out across this dry, hostile landscape, gradually building an arcane apparatus she believes will bring rain to the parched earth.

Jesse lives alone, far from civilization. Once, he too made rain, but he stopped when his abilities caused fatalities, bringing down not just rain but scorpions, strange snakes and spiders. When his daughter Ash inherited this tainted gift, Jesse did his best to stop her. His attempt went tragically wrong, and he believes himself responsible for her death.

But now his estranged wife Karina brings news that Ash is still alive. And she’s rainmaking again. Terrified of what she might bring down upon the desperate communities of the Desert, they set out to find her. But Jesse and Karina are not the only ones looking for Ash. As the storms she conjures become more violent and deadly, some follow her seeking hope. And one is hungry for revenge.

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Firefly – Generations

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novels |

Publisher:- Titan

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A mysterious star map

On an Outer Rim moon, Captain Malcolm Reynolds ends a card game the lucky winner of an old map covered in mysterious symbols. The former owner insists it’s worthless; back on Serenity, River Tam is able to interpret it.

An ancient legend

River claims the map points the way to one of the Arks: legendary generation ships that brought humans from Earth-That-Was to the ’Verse. The salvage potential alone is staggering.

A drifting relic

As the crew approach the aged floating ship, they find it isn’t quite as dead as it first seemed. The closer they get, the more agitated River becomes. She claims something is waiting on board, something powerful, and very angry….

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Eden

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, Novels |

Publisher:- Titan

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Synopsis:-

Earth’s rising oceans contain enormous islands of refuse, the Amazon rainforest is all-but destroyed, and countless species edge towards extinction. Humanity’s last hope to save the planet lies with The Virgin Zones, thirteen vast areas of land off-limits to people and given back to nature.

Dylan leads a clandestine team of adventure racers, including his daughter Jenn, into Eden, the oldest of the Zones. Jenn carries a secret––Kat, Dylan’s wife who abandoned them both years ago, has entered Eden ahead of them. Jenn is determined to find her mother, but neither she nor the rest of their tight-knit team are prepared for what confronts them. Nature has returned to Eden in an elemental, primeval way.  And here, nature is no longer humanity’s friend.

Blurbs:-

“Eden will thrill you and it will make you shiver… but it might also make you think…”
–– Starburst Magazine

“Instantly cinematic.’ –– Josh Malerman

“Jurassic Park meets catastrophic climate change in this creepy, cinema-ready story.” –– Kirkus Reviews

“Smart, prescient, and gripping.’ –– Sarah Pinboroough

“Lebbon excels at building a world that is both wondrous and deeply unsettling” –– Publisher’s Weekly

“Irresistibly beautiful.” –– Alma Katsu

“This is a true page-turner that seamlessly blends elements from various genres, from horror and science fiction to classic adventure tales.” –– Bookpage

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Screamfix, Rave Reviews, Red Cape Publishing, Sean P Chatterton, Ginger Nuts of Horror, Black Gate, Sublime Horror, FanFiAddict, The Book Lover’s Boudoir, The BookBeard’s Blog, Book Riot

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The Edge – Relics book 3

October 12th, 1999 • Posted in Library, News, Novels |

Publisher:- Titan

UK Paperback out now, and the US edition is due on July 30th

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There exists a secret and highly illegal trade in mythological creatures and their artifacts. Certain individuals pay fortunes for a sliver of a satyr’s hoof, a gryphon’s claw, a basilisk’s scale, or an angel’s wing. Embroiled in the hidden world of the Relics, creatures known as the Kin, Angela Gough is now on the run in the United States.

Forty years ago the town of Longford was the site of a deadly disease outbreak that wiped out the entire population. The infection was contained, the town isolated, and the valley in which it sits flooded and turned into a reservoir. The truth—that the outbreak was intentional, and not every resident of Longford died—disappeared beneath the waves.

Now the town is revealed again. The Kin have an interest in the ruins, and soon the fairy Grace and the Nephilim leader Mallian are also drawn to them. The infection has risen from beneath silent waters, and this forgotten town becomes the focus of the looming battle between humankind and the Kin.

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