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  • Dead on the Water: Abandon Ship | R W K Clark

    Dead on the Water: Abandon Ship

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By R W K Clark
    • Narrated By Domino Lane
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    It's a new breed of zombieā€”zombies that can organize, zombies that can plan, zombies that can think. Now, the Fantasy Lines cruise ship has become the rowboat heading down the river, with drooling demons craving flesh. Bands of drunken frat boys are now muscled marauders, howling for human meat. The puppetmaster of all these sins against humanity is none other than the captain of the ship himself. It's up to the few remaining survivors to do all they can to fight off the hordes of zombies.

  • Permanent Ink: Deadwalkers | R. W. K. Clark

    Permanent Ink: Deadwalkers

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By R. W. K. Clark
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    Aspen Stationers Supply has just developed a new product that is sure to save them from bankruptcy: A beautiful, holographic ink that's sure to be a hit with the kids, and just in time for the coming school year. There's only one problem: Aspen is keeping a secret. In the lab, this ink when wet has turned the rats into something indescribable: Cannibalistic monsters that are driven by the need to eat raw flesh. Knowing this, the company rushes the product onto the market, and kids buy them up with a vengeance.

  • Overtaken: Captive States | R.W.K. Clark

    Overtaken: Captive States

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By R.W.K. Clark
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    Overtaken: Captive States is a science-fiction and romance thriller. Human-like aliens arrive with the intention of taking over the planet for their own habitation. They intend to rid the world of humans and have devised a method of determining who'll live to see another day and who will die, not worthy of life. The aliens are technologically advanced, and Earth's powers cannot seem to figure out a way to victoriously thwart the plans of these aliens known as the Oppressors.

    Serene Night says: "Narrator difficult with American Characters"
  • Brother's Keeper | R. W.K. Clark

    Brother's Keeper

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By R. W.K. Clark
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    Secrets, lies, and terrible deeds have been floating around Burdensville for a very long time. During a train ride across the country, Scott decides to visit a tiny cafe for lunch on a layover, in the small town of Burdensville. But he ends up visiting for longer than he ever expected, when Scott encounters a drunk man trying to hit on an unwilling waitress in the diner. Scott tries to step in and protect her, but Sheriff Darby winds up putting him in jail for his good deed. Soon, it becomes apparent that the people of Burdensville have more problems than they can shake a stick at.

  • Out to Sea: Festival of Hues | R. W. K. Clark

    Out to Sea: Festival of Hues

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    A futuristic love story that will leave your heart aching. It's a few years into the future, and a chemical spill in the middle of the ocean has taken over the waters of Earth. The entire planet is dying off, but that doesn't stop its inhabitants from turning it all into entertainment for themselves. People go on sea cruises in flocks just to see and pay a sick homage to the beautiful appearance of the deathly water, another side-effect of the spill.

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