Hissers Ryan C. Thomas Published by Permuted Press at Smashwords. Lieutenant General Winston W. Davis, . Marine Corps Special Projects Division, turned away from the video monitor with his mouth agape and his eyes wide. If he were alone he would have attempted a tap dance, but as he was not, he settled on a universal four letter expletive that conveyed his sudden excitement. What he’d just seen was going to revolutionize the world
Hissers by Ryan C Thomas is one of those rollercoaster rides that at first glance over the description reads like your typical Apocalyptic disease/zombie hybrid stories that becomes difficult to differentiate one story from another. This is where ‘HISSERS will prove you wrong. Thomas has a real talent to build a story gradually so you have a full understanding of the four leads and when the action does take place, you are fully invested in these characters. I'm glad this wasn't my first book by Ryan Thomas or it would probably be my last. Ultimately it wasn't appalling enough to warrant one star.
In the small town of Castor, it’s the last weekend of summer break. In just two days four teenage friends will begin their high school careers. Open this book and see for yourself. Bourne, author of DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON. equal parts touching, compelling and gruesome. Nate Kenyon, award-winning author of THE REACH and SPARROW ROCK. Ryan C. Thomas is not just a writer to watch, but one that has hit a stride that most others at their own game should envy. Hissers II: Death March is the exciting sequel to Hissers (Permuted Press, 2010), written by the author of The Summer I Died and Salticidae. Fresh, bold and frightening!" -.
Get up, get up! Move move move! Make your way to the trucks out front and don’t look back. Leave all possessions and get out now! Connor and Amanita jumped out of bed, followed the crowd out of the. tent and into the courtyard. More men in uniform directed them where to go with their guns. Amanita’s parents grabbed her and held her hand as they were all led out of the gates and into convoy trucks. Out near the white science domes marines were firing into the trees. Others were yelling and screaming
Written by Ryan C. Thomas Format: MP3 Bitrate: 64 Kbps Unabridged. In the small town of Castor, it’s the last weekend of summer break. Thanks again thoutless. More Zombie goodness to enjoy. Hissers - Ryan C. Thomas.
Hissers" by Ryan C. Thomas starts off with some mad scientists and the equally mad Lieutenant General Winston W. Davis, watching the results of the mad scientist's mad experiment with a crotoxin. This is a toxic substance that combines the worst aspects of rabies and snake venom into a serum that causes very bad things to happen to human beings. The book does sport a great cover by Garret DeChellis, but the mutant Hisser on the cover doesn't show up in the book.
To be concluded in hissers 3. Word of mouth is crucial for any author to succeed. Ryan Thomas works as a writer in San Diego, California. You can usually find him in the bars on the weekends playing with his band. When he is not writing or rocking out, he is at home with his wife and two dogs watching really bad B-movies. Visit him online at ww. yancthomas. Other books by Ryan C. Thomas : The Summer I Died.
Written by Ryan C. Thomas, Audiobook narrated by MacLeod Andrews. Your audiobook is waitin. issers. Narrated by: MacLeod Andrews. Length: 10 hrs and 6 mins.
In the small town of Castor, it’s the last weekend of summer break. In just two days four teenage friends will begin their high school careers. Dating, who to sit with at the lunch table, and what to wear seem to be the most important decisions facing them.
But as Connor, Seth, Amanita and Nicole venture to the most popular end-of-summer high school party in town, they soon discover there are even more important decisions to be made. Life and death decisions. Namely, how to outrun the massive wave of mutated undead that have suddenly crashed the party.
It’s The Breakfast Club meets Resident Evil as the teens of Castor fight to stay alive. And for this group of friends, growing up never seemed so urgent.
“Fresh, bold and frightening. There are scarier things than a fast moving, flesh eating corpse. Open this book and see for yourself.” —J.L. Bourne, author of DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON
“One of the best stories I’ve read this year... equal parts touching, compelling and gruesome.”—Nate Kenyon, award-winning author of THE REACH and SPARROW ROCK
“Ryan C. Thomas is not just a writer to watch, but one that has hit a stride that most others at their own game should envy.”—HorrorDrive-in.com