WORLD IN RED
by John Sebastian Gorumba
Across the world, the recently dead rise and attack the living. Within forty-eight
hours, civilization has collapsed. The dead behave erratically-some are mindless,
ranting animals. Some are slow and stupid, while others are swift and cunning.
Sometimes, it is impossible to tell the living from the dead. There is no place to run,
nowhere to hide, and the living soon become far more dangerous than the undead.
As New Orleans burns, a father struggles to save his newborn son
from any of a hundred unimaginable fates, all the while fighting to
hold on to what is left of his own humanity.
World in Red is an unflinching and unpredictable excursion into horror,
a terrifying journey that honors the conventions of the zombie genre while
turning them upside down and ripping out their guts.
"Almost unbearably bleak, World in Red is a can't-miss debut from newcomer
John Gorumba. Harrowing and unapologetically brutal, this is a
hardcore zombie book for hardcore horror fans."
Blu Gilliand, October Country
"If, at the end of the first chapter, you think you know how this story is going to play out, you're wrong. If, after you finish the last page you haven't found yourself shaken to
the core, check to make sure you still have a heartbeat. This is how it's done, folks. This is how you tell a horror story in the 21st century. John Sebastian Gorumba's World in Red is savagely cruel, but beneath the violence is a profound understanding of how easy it
is to lose one's humanity in our modern world. I can't wait to see where Gorumba
goes from here, because this guy knows how to deliver the scares, World in Red
is a can't-miss debut from newcomer John Gorumba."
Joe McKinney, author of Dead City and Apocalypse of the Dead
World In Red is also available at Amazon.com, for Amazon's Kindle,
at Barnesandnoble.com, and at chain and independent bookstores nationwide.
Creeping Hemlock Press appreciates your support of local booksellers.
About the Author
John Gorumba puts his dementia on paper instead of the street and
we thank him for it. He resides in an undisclosed location in the
swamps of Louisiana with his terrified wife and children.
This is his first novel.
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GEORGE A. ROMERO
"These guys know more about the undead than I do...and that's saying something, because I've been hanging out with zombies
for as long as I can remember."