The Thing: Zero Day

      Lee McGeorge
The Thing: Zero Day

Listed in "THE TOP TEN HORROR NOVELS OF 2015" - HorrorNovelReviews.comListed in "THE BEST HORRORS OF 2015" - BestHorrorMovies.comAn alien craft has crashed in the Antarctic. A creature has crawled from the wreckage and become frozen in ice. The men of Fafnir Station have transported it back to their base. Some of the men can hear it whispering in their mind.Listed in "THE TOP TEN HORROR NOVELS OF 2015" - HorrorNovelReviews.comListed in "THE BEST HORRORS OF 2015" - BestHorrorMovies.comAn alien craft has crashed in the Antarctic.A creature has crawled from the wreckage and become frozen in ice.The men of Fafnir Station have transported it back to their base.Some of the men can hear it whispering in their mind.Some are afraid and want to destroy it......and some will kill to defend it."The Thing: Zero Day is a surefire hit... A complete blast, loaded with menacing monsters, action and frenetic mayhem.” - HorrorNovelReviews.com“The Thing: Zero Day is full of fast paced, thrilling, nail biting action! Brilliantly written, amazing characters that grab you immediately and take you with them on their suspense filled adventure.” - Quater After One“A suspenseful, exciting and chilling ride and I am so glad to have been able to read it” - Bookolio“Well written and very entertaining… and the overall vibe is pretty creeptastic!” - The Mouths of Madness Podcast“Zero Day is a wonderful piece of writing which compliments Carpenter’s movie superbly.” - Bookolio“The Thing: Zero Day, makes you feel the way you felt the first time you read ‘Who Goes There?’, because Lee McGeorge’s way with words is brilliant.” - Codices

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    Videodrome: Days of O'Blivion

      Lee McGeorge
Videodrome: Days of O'Blivion

At the height of the Cold War, two men have invented a special kind of television technology. A signal that produces strange and unusual side-effects in those who watch it. But as these men try to bring their invention to market, a mysterious corporation conspires to develop the technology not as an extension of television, but as a weapon that can eliminate nations.At the height of the Cold War, two men have invented a special kind of television technology. A signal that produces strange and unusual side-effects in those who watch it. But as these men try to bring their invention to market, a mysterious corporation conspires to develop the technology not as an extension of television, but as a weapon that can eliminate nations.In this fast and ingenious thriller, Lee McGeorge delves into the background of David Cronenberg’s horror classic, examining not only how and why Videodrome came to exist, but exploring the ideology that would make it priceless.“Highly recommended for sci-fi and horror lovers alike, Lee McGeorge’s new novel is topical, cerebral and, at times, terrifying.” - HorrorNovelReviews.com"Days of O'Blivion is a quick and haunting read that captures the intelligence and quality of Cronenberg's original." - Codices“A fast read but with serious themes, Days of O’Blivion reaches its pinnacle with a satisfying climax that will resonate with anyone who views the rise of new technology as more than a harmless distraction.” - HorrorNovelReviews.com

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