The audiobook edition of AUTUMN: DAWN, narrated by the great Aubrey Parsons, is out now. Grab it from Amazon, Audible or Apple (all the ‘A’s!). There are a limited number of free copies available – visit www.davidmoody.net to find out more.
Today sees the release of the first new AUTUMN novel since 2012. AUTUMN: DAWN – book one of the London trilogy – is available from all the usual locations (links below).
“David Moody’s AUTUMN: DAWN breathes new life into my favourite undead series. Moody brings his trademark approach to a zombie world: interesting and realistic characters, organic conflict, and always, always, the dramatic and horrifying struggle to survive in a world overrun by the dead.” –Craig DiLouie, author of THE CHILDREN OF RED PEAK
AUTUMN: DAWN is available in print (Amazon, Book Depository, Book Shop, Indiebound), and as an ebook (Amazon, Apple, Kobo, Google, B&N). An audiobook version and German translation will be released shortly.
A handful of copies of the limited edition hardcover, as well as signed paperbacks, are available from www.infectedbooks.co.uk.
It’s here, and we are very excited! The first book in David Moody’s new AUTUMN trilogy – AUTUMN: DAWN – will be released on 31 May 2021. A strictly limited hardcover edition is available to pre-order now from this site, and there are a number of reasons why you should do just that:
- if you pre-order the hardcover, you’ll be able to download and read an ebook version of the new novel TODAY
- the hardcover includes bonus material not available in any other format (an essay by the author – 25 YEARS SINCE THE END OF THE WORLD)
- readers who pre-order will have early access to pre-order matching hardcovers of the other novels in the series – INFERNO (coming later in 2021), and EXODUS (coming next year).
It’s been a while since we’ve updated here, but we just wanted to post and let folks know that two new editions of DAVID MOODY‘s classic 2014 zombie short story collection, ISOLATION, are now available. As well as the titular novella, ISOLATION also includes the short stories TIGHTROPES, WHO WE USED TO BE, MURIEL, and WISH I WAS HERE.
Sometimes we’re frustratingly slow at sharing good news, but this takes the biscuit. We’ve been working hard for the last couple of years to make Infected Books titles available as audiobooks – so hard that we completely forgot to update the website! Let’s put that right immediately!
We’re very pleased to announce the release next month of David Moody‘s new short story collection, THE LAST BIG THING. This is a collection which has been more than a decade in the making, and which brings together some of the author’s favourite (generally non-zombie) short stories.
We sit in our own little bubbles, watching the rest of the world go by. We think ‘it’ll never happen to me’ but guess what? At some point it probably will. We might think we’re in control but believe me, there’s a lot we don’t know.
In the spirit of The Twilight Zone and Tales of the Unexpected, cult author David Moody presents eleven stories about life, death and everything in between (and after).
From the never-ending nightmare of domestic bliss to the search for the ultimate body modification, from warring families to warring nations, from the last minutes before doomsday to the polluted shores of the post-post-apocalypse, THE LAST BIG THING highlights how thin the line between the ordinary and extraordinary can be.
THE LAST BIG THING will be released on 8 January as an ebook and hardcover. The hardcover (which we absolutely recommend) is your best option for viewing the magnificent, easter-egg-filled cover art by longtime Infected Books collaborator, Craig Paton.
You can pre-order the collection from this site today and immediately download the ebook version. And there’s more – three lucky pre-orderers will also receive advance reviewer copies of David Moody’s next novel, ALL ROADS END HERE (out in February 2019).
Apparently there was a football match last night which may have distracted some of our UK readers, so today we’re repeating news of our latest release. XINNERS by WAYNE SIMMONS is a pulpy science-fiction horror story he describes as ‘Dawn of the Dead meets Battle Beyond the Stars’. And if that description doesn’t get your pulse racing, you’re either too young to have seen Battle Beyond the Stars or you’re as dead as one of the zombies inhabiting the massive, derelict space ship where the book takes place. More details here. The book’s available from Amazon here.
THE UNDEAD NAZI ARMY CONTINUES ITS MARCH ACROSS EUROPE IN THE THRILLING SEQUEL TO SCREAMING EAGLES!
The German stranglehold on the town of Bastogne has been released, only for the living dead to rise up and take their place. A ragtag group of men fight their way out of the chaos and make a frantic escape from the rubble and ruin. One of them, British soldier Lieutenant Robert Wilkins, uncovers crucial information about the source of the zombie scourge. Along with a crack team, Wilkins is dispatched to where the outbreak began – the ominously silent concentration camp at Polonezköy, Poland – to try and find a way to halt the undead advance.
The fate of the entire world rests on the shoulders of just a handful of men.
Pre-order now for $2.99 from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.ca and Amazon.de. Signed paperbacks are available from our store. Remember, with all orders from www.infectedbooks.co.uk you’ll get free shipping if you’re in the UK, and a complementary ebook version of the novel.
Cover art for RED DEVILS is by the outrageously talented ELOISE J. KNAPP.
David Moody has just announced the winner of our Pitch and Page competition:
“It’s with great pleasure that I’m able to announce the winner of the Infected Books Year of the Zombie Pitch and Page competition. It’s taken a while for the judging process to be completed, and I’m sorry to have kept folks waiting for the result. We had a good number of entries, but there was a clear favourite which judges Michael Preissl, Gina Panettieri and I unanimously picked.
Congratulations to SCOTT MCGLASSON. Scott’s novella NOCK will be October’s Year of the Zombie release.
Huge thanks to EVERYONE who entered the competition. I’d like to particularly mention a number of other great writers who were highly commended by the judges: Dan Howarth, Matthew Gilman, Angela Bodine and Mouse-Diver Dudfield.”
Congratulations , Scott! Check back here soon for more information about NOCK!