The UK's cult horror writer Stewart King presents three of his best-selling novellas in one terrifying collection. Prepare to be scared out of your skin.
X FACTOR ZOMBIE MASSACRE - The cult hit novella about Barry Arctic, a man who thinks he is entitled to be famous. The only thing that stands between him and stardom is his complete lack of talent. But when Barry is bitten in the hysterical X Factor audition line his life as a nobody is over. Forever. But even the undead can be famous. A blackly funny examination of a craving for fame and warm human flesh.
BLOODBATH ON THE TITANIC - Stewart King's chart hit horror title to mark the ship's 100th anniversary. April, 1912. The world's greatest cruise liner sets sail on its maiden voyage. The said it could never sink. But they reckoned without the unspeakable, flesh-eating monster lurking in the hold. The passengers didn't know it would be their last buffet - or that they would be on the menu. Women and children first!
STRICTLY CHAINSAW PSYCHOS - Jimmy Hooper is a D-List celebrity with a one-way ticket to the Z-List. He has one last shot at redemption: a slot on the nation’s favourite ballroom dance-off show. Jimmy wakes up in a cellar in chains and at the mercy of people he hoped he’d never meet. The public. And it’s not long before he realises their adulation is about to go to extreme lengths.
Stewart King's mission is to bring the discerning reader satisfyingly succulent bites of downloadable horror that can be consumed and digested in a train ride so that by the time you reach your destination there’s nothing left to do but lick your lips and suck the last tasty morsels from your teeth.
And like a good burger they're all going to repeat on you. Just don’t break your jaw cramming all three in at once.
"A chilling horror story that grips you from the first page" - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade-Off and Sanctuary.
"X Factor Zombie Massacre is a quick and short run through a twisted landscape of death and pop culture. Stewart King pokes some fun at the phenomena surrounding quick fame, while literally tearing it apart limb by limb. Since it is a novella, there aren’t any slow scenes, so we breeze right through the story. I liked X Factor Zombie Massacre and definitely recommend it to you guys." - Zombie Acres.
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