Friday, September 18, 2015

Uncivil War, Peter Welmerink's Zombie-filled Conclusion to the Transport Trilogy, Now Available in eBook!

Seventh Star Press is proud to announce that Peter Welmerink's Uncivil War, the third installment in the Transport trilogy, is now available in eBook format!

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Featuring cover art by Jason C. Conley, and interior illustrations by Tim Holtrop, the novel follows where the action in Transport and Hunt for the Fallen left off.

All is not well in the big city of Grand Rapids. Anti-Zombie Loyalists, loyalists of the late William Lettner, have set the city ablaze... Or so thinks the mayor, ruling city council and the military authority. Little do they know, a snake dwells in their midst, creating this chaos, planning an overthrow of the city’s leadership, with intentions much like Lettner: eradicate the non-living nuisances, and also any of the living who get in the way.

Battle will rage from Grand Rapids streets, into the UCRA enclosure where the city’s protected undead wander, to a small train station and military encampment in the village of Lamont.

And all is not well for Captain Jacob Billet. Coming out of a 3-month coma, he finds he has changed. Not for the better. With the deceased William Lettner dogging his every move, and knowing his days are most likely numbered, Jake just wants to make it to his old homestead before his condition sets him on a different, and very much undesirable path.

About the Author: Peter Welmerink was born and raised on the west side of pre-apocalyptic Grand Rapids, Michigan. He writes Fantasy, Military SciFi, and other wanderings into action-adventure. His work has been published in ye olde wood pulp print and electronic-online publications. He is the co-author of the Viking berserker novel, BEDLAM UNLEASHED, written with Steven Shrewsbury. TRANSPORT was his first solo novel venture. He is married with a small barbarian tribe of three boys.

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What others are saying about TRANSPORT:

...great cover...
...absolutely love the interior notch...
...impressed with the caliber of the writing in this one...
---Bee's Knees Review

...faced with the two most common threats in modern horror, zombies and basic human does not feel like something we have seen time and time again...
---The Rage Circus vs The Soulless Void Reviews

...far more compelling than most of the zombie stories you’re likely to pick up...
...a fascinating sign of where zombie narrative, road narrative, and narrative in general might be moving...
---L. Andrew Cooper's Horrific Scribblings

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