Will you survive the apocalypse

20/03/20 | By Chris Bell

Get inside these essential survival books to help you get prepped and ready for the apocalypse!

Cosmic Egg books present the essential end of the world reading list!

The Zombie rulebook

The book the living dead don’t want you to have!

Rules and tips for surviving the zombie apocalypse. The following information may save your life. This book is designed to fit perfectly in your bug-out bag! If you are prepared for the zombie apocalypse you are prepared for anything! Throughout this book you will learn how to survive in the event of a zombie apocalypse and learn how to be a survivor! Use the following information to your advantage. Think like a survivor - when the zombie apocalypse descends upon us you will be a few steps ahead of the rest. Read, re-read, practice and apply, train hard and always think smart, you are a born survivor. This book of zombie survival rules will be a great asset to anyone preparing themselves for the zombie apocalypse.

The Malaise

2038: Rick Razor’s mark is seen all over the world, with his innovative Razor Technology owned by the majority of the population.

Professor Mike Pilkington sees a disturbing video on his RazorVision glasses, and the world turns violently upside down. As almost every human being is wiped out through murder and suicide, Mike helps rebuild society, but his hunger for answers drives him on a collision course with the chilling force behind the apocalypse...

'The Malaise will keep you turning page after page, racing to get to the ending, and all the while hoping the technology giants of today don’t throw us into his horror of tomorrow.' David Beers, Best-selling author

By the Feet of Men

WANTED: Men and women willing to drive through the valley of the shadow of death.

The world’s population has been decimated by the Change, a chain reaction of events triggered by global warming. In Europe, governments have fallen, cities have crumbled and the wheels of production have ground to a halt. The Alps region, containing most of the continent’s remaining fresh water, has become a closed state with heavily fortified borders. Survivors cling on by trading through the Runners, truck drivers who deliver cargo and take a percentage.

Amid the ruins of central Germany, two Runners, Cassady and Ghazi, are called on to deliver medical supplies to a research base deep in the Italian desert, where scientists claim to be building a machine that could reverse the effects of the Change. Joining the pair are a ragtag collection of drivers, all of whom have something to prove. Standing in their way are starving nomads, crumbling

cities, hostile weather and a rogue state hell-bent on the convoy's destruction. And there's another problem: Cassady is close to losing his nerve.

Grant Price has crafted a gripping, evocative future thriller packed with high octane action which isn’t afraid to confront difficult issues and address moral imperatives we’re familiar with in today’s increasingly loud and lurid world. Price’s dystopian future is all too credible, and he reminds us how easily the world we take for granted can be brought to its knees by our own stupidity and our inability to understand our place in the scheme of things. It’s a gritty, densely written story that takes its time setting up this unpleasant new world order and establishing its cast of characters - Ghazi and Cassady are the story’s voices but there’s no shortage of rich, colourful supporting characters - and when the convoy of Runners sets out on its unenviable journey across a pitiless landscape we’re off on a gripping, tortuous adventure where no-one’s safety is guaranteed and where violence lurks at every and any corner. By the Feet of Men is a towering achievement that pulls no punches. This is a grim, unpleasant, and uncomfortable world. Ghazi and Cassady, filthy and unkempt, their clothes crawling with lice, are tested to their limits and beyond as they and the other mismatched Runners battle to complete a mission which may well determine the future of the human race. The book quickly finds its feet after a slightly meandering first handful of chapters and the ending is bittersweet at best but this is a tough, uncompromising book that paints a dispiriting picture of the sort of future we seem to be intent on making for ourselves. - Starburst Magazine (9/10)

# I'm Zombie

Accounts from the zombie apocalypse — letters, notes, documents, chatroom and forum fragments.

Accounts from the zombie apocalypse - letters, notes, documents, chatroom and forum fragments from the day a mystery virus is unleashed at an uncontrollable rate.

As the virus sweeps the globe, no one is safe from its clutches. With mass hysteria, panic, breakdown of infrastructure, no law in place and very little food and water, how long could you survive?

Don't believe all you read online...but it might just save your life if you do!

This virus has gone viral!



Gray Matters

A programmer invents software to forestall dementia, but risks turning a whole generation into 'glitches'.

Can the digital networks that record our footprints hold us steady when dementia threatens to push us off the path?

This question has real stakes for data analyst Charlie Sanders. His best hope for a father succumbing to Alzheimer’s comes from assistive technology that Charlie helps design for a scrappy startup. Despite early successes, Charlie has growing doubts about the motives of each of his colleagues - the eccentric CEO in Seattle, the call center guru in India, and the Trump-loving Aussie transplant who keeps the books. His worries grow when the company takes on a clandestine client who occupies the Oval Office. Will Charlie keep his father and his country on track, or turn a whole generation into glitches?



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