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Remnants: Volume One

Remnants: Volume One

Created by Stephen Coghlan

Genre: Survival Horror
Available: 10/19/2021
Description:
Fedowar Press presents a new edition of an amazing anthology originally published by Kyanite Press. Remnants: Volume One is revised, re-edited, and includes 2 brand new tales of the remnants of humanity as they survive beyond the end of the world.

Strange clouds on the horizon herald the coming of the swarm. The undulating masses of the hoard cannot be stopped. Terrifying creatures roam the Earth, seemingly with no aim but to devour all that stands before them. Experience the end of the world as we know it with these seventeen tales of horror, survival, and hope. The world ends in a frenzy of death and miasma of terror, but what will become of the remnants of humanity?

Seventeen tales of post-apocalyptic survival horror!

Featuring:

Resistance by Stephen Coghlan
What will you do to save your soul when the world has gone to Hell?

First Swarm by J.D. Sanderson
No one is prepared. No one is safe. When the first swarm hits, there is only one option: Run.

Heatwave by Aaron E. Lee
Andy West, blogger, monitors the violence and destruction of the modern day world on his website, #Heatwave. When violence turns to malevolence, Andy finds a contact across the world that confirms there is something inhuman at the heart of the chaos.

Megan by J.D. Kellner
The scars of life live through even the apocalypse. The story ‘Megan’ follows a tortured marriage as the world burns around them and the only hope for survival is a bond that can only be found in death.

Against the Darkness by Stephen Coghlan
Deep inside a dying bunker, a small set of doomed survivors cling to one last flame of hope as they party against the encroaching darkness.

Love Song by Rachel Ford
First, the creatures came. Then the real monsters emerged.

The Brood by Ian Fairgrieve
He went to prison for an accident that he had no control over, and he thought his life had become hell. But hell has only just arrived and with it came a horde of unrelenting monsters, a swarm of flying terrors, and a brood of barbaric, merciless beasts.

The Other Side by Michael D. Nadeau
The world has fallen into chaos as humanity is being slaughtered by grotesque abominations. Alana fights to get home amid the turmoil but soon finds out that death is only the beginning of her journey.

The Sheltered Isle by Benjamin Hope
Alexander James believes he has attempted to escape the monstrous horrors of mainland Britain by travelling with his family to the western most uninhabited archipelago within the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. Though the beaching of a military naval vessel soon calls in to question whether his reality really is as it first seemed…

Echoes of Faith by Alan Provance
A small group of survivors escaped the savagery visited upon their town, but now their food is dwindling, along with their hope. For those who dare risk journeying into town, what will protect them from the Horde?

The Badlands by Crystal L. Kirkham
As spring comes to the northern Canadian Prairies, a small group of survivors has spent the winter figuring out how to fight back—but will their plan succeed?

Rian’s Path by D.W. Hitz
After Rian’s father’s death, she is sent out into the ruined world. What she finds there will test her faith in humanity and her willingness to survive.

The Forgotten by A.A. Rubin
After constructing his battle armor, Rickson is ready to take his pace among The Forgotten, a band of orphan children who battle The Swarm and the Horde. On the eve of his first battle, he tries to remember the sound of his dead mother’s voice.

Weed Wacker by David Wickenden
The Humans make one last unified attempt to halt the attacking monsters that have ravaged both the earth and mankind. But will this insane new weapon give them a fighting chance?

Surviving Humanity by Ian Fairgrieve
He may no longer be alone but each day is still a battle for survival. Can the nightmare ever end? Will it? And is he the one to make it happen?

The Kings of New York by A.A. Rubin
There were once 8 million people who lived in New York City. Only 8 remain. They live among the ruins of the city’s iconic landmarks, preparing–each in their own way–for the inevitable return of the monsters who murdered the rest.

A Final Longing by Stephen Coghlan
Is it truly the apocalypse for humankind, or merely the next step in civilization’s evolution?

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