Apocalyptic Fears VI: An Anthology of Short Stories

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· Reaper Press
88 reviews

About this ebook

 A Multi-Author Anthology of Short Stories! Nineteen stories and hundreds of pages of apocalyptic fiction. This is Volume 6. Look for other books in series for more great reading!

When the world falls apart, when civilization collapses, when life as we know it ends, our greatest terrors becomes real. Perhaps it's nuclear war with its poisonous radiation, hideous plagues or chemical contamination, rogue artificial intelligences controlling killer robots, or zombies that turn our friends and neighbors into inhuman monsters. What can the common man or woman do in the face of apocalyptic fears?

The Apocalyptic Fears Series gives you collections of bestselling, award-winning or just plain exciting stories by some of the best independent authors of today.

Shelter in Place by Saul Tanpepper
A Loss of Standards by Alice Sabo
Working by Committee by Steve Stroble
Going Gray by Brian Spangler
The Itch by Greg Dragon
Tunnel by J. Thorn
All the Dead Arising by Jamie Campbell
Journey to Rehnor: The Departure by J. Naomi Ay
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by T.M. Bilderback
The Zombie Pestilence by Randall J. Morris
The Life Lottery by David Estes
The Shattered Stones of Fate by David Estes
The Runaway by David Estes
Contagion by Joseph J. Bailey
The Bloody Ballad of Isaac Byler by J.V. Roberts
Station 331 by Darcy Coates
The Cloudy Skulls by Eva Harper
After the End by Gibson Morales
Antidote Anecdote by Chris Northern
Reaper's Run
by David VanDyke

Ratings and reviews

88 reviews
Nona MacKenzie
February 19, 2017
Best of the bunch so far. Prefer the short stories as opposed to some of the longer ones, easier to set aside for later. Still, even the short ones have the ability to make me want to continue on with the story. I have quite a few new authors I want to keep track of, now. There has been a real fascination with zombies in the past few years and this anthology has quite a collection. I can easily recommend reading this book if you have a thing for sci-fi, horror and fantasy. Really, the whole series of anthologies is must have reading for whoever loves this kind of fiction.
5 people found this review helpful
Kevin Gaus
October 1, 2019
Far too many short stories are nothing more than snippets from longer novels or such. The ones that entirely there are good but this is really just a teaser.
2 people found this review helpful
Deborah Balaam
April 6, 2020
Pretty good . Only reason cannot give a five star because some of the stories were terrible. Do you take stories from anyone because it is a free book?

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