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Life will never be the same. Neither will death . . . Grab this novel for an intense roller-coaster of danger, impossible choices, and characters who stay with you long after you reach the end. Silence. Growling. Silence . . .
A regular family. A blackout. A vacation gone awry. Snow, feral dogs, and flesh-eating humans. Silence. Growling. Silence . . .
It begins with random reports of a new flu virus . . .
What should have been a relaxing winter vacation in a small town with the family turns into a hopeless situation.
Andrei, Lili, their seven-year-old son and Lili’s parents soon understand that the blackout was just the beginning. A mysterious disease turns everybody else into growling monsters and now they must fight for their lives. There’s no power, no cell phone signal, no food supplies and it’s the middle of the winter. Roads are covered in snow and there’s nowhere to go.
Every decision, any move, could mean a terrible death. Are they the only ones alive? What makes these zombie-like abominations tick?
The family struggles to find food, shelter, much needed medicine and to stay alive in the process. But why do they seem to be immune? And if one of them gets sick, will the others be able to find a cure? All while being hunted by growling creatures and packs of stray dogs.
Growlers can be read as a standalone.
“What made it for me was the characters. I loved the family dynamic, the banter between the husband and wife and the love between the grandparents. If the world was ending, I’d want someone like Dan on my side. He’s a legend.” —Iseult Murphy, Author of 7 Days In Hell
“I really enjoyed this book as it had a mixture of comedy, seriousness and emotion. I did not put down my kindle until I had finished reading it.” —Amazon UK Review
“I loved reading this because the characters were vividly human and I loved getting to know the family. The story was hard to put down. A great post-apocalyptic thriller!’ —Jen Sage, Amazon US Review