While a moon hurtles toward certain destruction, taking with it a Weyland-Yutani bioweapons lab, talks on a nearby colony could lead to all-out war among the colonies.
HYGIEIA—AN OUTER RIM COLONY—IS DOOMED
The moon on which it was built hurtles toward an inevitable collision with the dead planet Hephaestus. The clock is ticking, yet when a distress signal arrives from a Weyland-Yutani biowarfare outpost, a desperate plan is launched to evacuate the trapped scientists. Meanwhile, across the galaxy a mysterious black substance rains down on Earth settlements, creating hideous monsters from indigenous creatures... and from human beings. Terran governments point the accusing ﬁnger at one another.Thus on LV-846—a United Americas colony—high-level talks convene to address the galaxy-wide hostilities, but there’s a plot brewing among the participants. One which could plunge the colonies into all-out war. The only hope for peace may lie with the deadliest ally imaginable...
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About the Author
Mary SanGiovanni (Twitter @marysangiovanni) is the award-winning horror and thriller writer of more than a dozen novels including Thrall, Chaos, and the Hollower trilogy, plus short fiction and comics. A member of the Authors Guild and the International Thriller Writers, co-host of the Ghost Writers Podcast, and host of the blog Cosmic Shenanigans, she was one of the first women to speak about writing at CIA Headquarters in Virginia.
Praise for Mary Sangiovanni:
“One of horror’s brightest stars.”—Horror Web
“A master of cosmic horror.”—Library Journal
“SanGiovanni evokes a Lovecraftian sensibility… Scary, suspenseful, smart, and gory.—Library Journal on Savage Woods
Praise for The Hollower:
“A fast-building, high-tension ride. One hell of a novel.”—James A. Moore, author of Alien: Sea of Sorrows
“A multi-sensory home run with evocative language. Nightmarish and vivid. Worthy of repeat readings.”—FearZone
“Filled to the brim with mounting terror.”—Gary A. Braunbeck, author of Mr. Hands
Praise for Thrall:
“A feast of both visceral and existential horror.”—F. Paul Wilson, New York times bestselling author of The Keep
“Packed with suspense, and deep-seeded fears…really hard to put down.”—Dead, Buried, and Back
Praise for Chills:
“The concept here is fantastic…the atmosphere was perfect, and monsters were suitably grotesque, and the supernatural threat was legitimately fearsome.”—Beauty in Ruins
“A superbly crafted gem of a novel…delivering in spades.”—The Behrg
“Chills manages to blur together the best parts of cosmic horror, detective tales, and straight up science fiction.”—TopSciFiBooks, “10 Best Cosmic Horror Books”
“Any book by SanGiovanni is one to look out for, and Chills is no exception. This is a novel to enjoy as the nights grow darker.”—This is Horror