Daniel Sharpe survived the end of the world. Now he lives alone, fearful that he may be the last living person on earth. It's too dangerous for him to venture outside - to try and find other survivors - with that ominous black cloud of death still looming in the sky above. When a manila envelope mysteriously arrives with an invitation to join "The Continuance Agency", an organization on a mission to save mankind, Daniel has to decide if it's worth the risk to try to join up, to see if he can help to save whatever's left of the world.
Toes Up is a brand-new collection of unforgettable horror. brand-new collection of unforgettable horror.
Set your expectations aside and run screaming down dark corridors of inescapable terror. These are the dark, forbidding realms that exist at the edge of sanity. No one is safe. In the end, we all leave Toes Up.
The Light Brothers present The Corpus Corruptum: These stories are our mutant children, fever-dream hallucinations that don't necessarily fit into any particular genre. No matter how weird they are, we love them anyway. The Corpus Corruptum is a collection that peeks into what happens when the body goes bad, the most universal of all human fears.
Greg is having a bad morning. He overslept and now he is going to be late for work. He can't even seem to get himself dressed, and all he really wants is a good strong cup of joe. He's not going to get it. And things are going to go from bad to worse before the day is over.
Take a trip into the Twilight Zone with Gone, also available in the Toes Up collection, by Adam Light.
Jack Harden is your average good-old-fashioned American truck driver. You can ask the girl he's got duct-taped in the back of his cab, she'll tell you. Oh, don't worry - it's okay. His wife knows all about it. She told him to do it.
A group of thrill seekers learn that looking for terror is a whole lot more fun than finding it in Adam Light's "Ghost Light Road", a short story selection from Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror.
Tommy Rotten lies immersed in a billowing blanket of fog, wringing his cold hands in elated anticipation. He is optimistic that this year someone will finally come. He fantasizes about the potential candidates that will come tromping through the neighborhood, roaming the night in delightfully hideous homage to serial killers and demons and ghouls - normally inhabitants of their nightmares - but tonight, Halloween, brings them endless delight.
Mitch Whitley has convinced his wife Natalie to stay home as a monstrous hurricane barrels down on their home town. She didn't really want to stay, but Mitch can be very persuasive. Now, as the night wears on, the terror mounts, and Natalie realizes that the fury of nature may be the least of her concerns.
Grant Stone's life has been turned upside down. Months ago, his foot was amputated after several months of wound treatments that failed to yield any positive results. Now he is alone and depressed. He wastes away in bed watching reruns, dreaming of when he could walk. One night, hunger gets the better of him and he goes roaming for sustenance, only to find he is not alone in the house. Wheelchair-bound and terrified, he is faced with a menacing terror straight out of a nightmare.
Meet Gordon Delanolan. Just call him Nolan, everyone else does. Nolan is bored with life and in dire need of adventure. The only problem is that he has done everything, and there doesn't seem to be anything else left to add spice to his existence. Then one night Nolan is shocked and terrified to hear a disembodied voice coming from his navel. Reality, he finds, is much more tenuous than he at first believed.