5 Stars: “The Walker Chronicles” by… Me!

Posted: 18th July 2014 by Jason Kristopher in My Work, Zombies
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Walker Chronicles, The [Cover, Kindle]The first official review is in for my short story / ‘deleted scenes’ collection, and it’s a doozy!

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74 Wave writes:

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I’ve read both Dying of the Light books and was thrilled with each. The Walker Chronicles add to an already excellent series of books by this talented author. I would suggest and highly recommend reading the series in order, these are like no other Zombie books. I love well written, detailed and exciting stories and Mr. Kristopher’s easy and pleasant style of writing is sure to captivate. I look forward to more stores from this talented writer.

The Walker Chronicles: Tales from The Dying of the Light is a companion volume to the trilogy, filled with stories that take you deeper into the world of this zombie apocalypse, before, during, and even after Z-Day.

In this collection of supplemental short stories, Kristopher takes the reader on a behind-the-scenes journey into the rest of the world he’s created in the main series. From the first known zombie incursion (Outbreak One: Washington Territory), to Nazi-created monstrosities (The Coldest Winter), through the 1981 Libyan Crisis (Blood and Sand) and the story of what befell one of our favorite characters (Whatever Happened to Thomas J. Reynolds?).

I plan to release at least 7 or 8 more stories that I already have ideas for in this ‘universe’ and will probably write more than that. Each time I write another story, I’ll revise the ebook and include the new tale – and send the updated version free to anyone who’s purchased it in the past.

If you’ve already bought one or more of the short stories individually, you can get this collection for free by sending an email to support@greygeckopress.com and mentioning you’d purchased one or more previously.

If you haven’t read these yet, though, you’re really missing out on a lot of great backstory (in my personal opinion, anyway). Get your copy today – it’s just $2.99, and is available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks!

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