Mass Hysteria

  • by Michael Patrick Hicks
  • Narrated by Joe Hempel
  • 6 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It came from space.
Something virulent. Something evil. Something new. And it is infecting the town of Falls Breath.
Carried to Earth in a freak meteor shower, an alien virus has infected the animals. Pets and wildlife have turned rabid, attacking without warning. Dogs and cats terrorize their owners, while deer and wolves from the neighboring woods hunt in packs, stalking and killing their human prey without mercy.
As the town comes under siege, Lauren searches for her boyfriend, while her policeman father fights to restore some semblance of order against a threat unlike anything he has seen before. The natural order has been upended completely, and nowhere is it safe - and it is spreading.
Soon, the city will find itself in the grips of mass hysteria.
To survive, humanity will have to fight tooth and nail.

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Animals Gone Wild!

Squirrels Gone Wild!

After a freak meteor shower, the world goes to hell in a hand basket as animals run amok and go on a murderous rampage. You know your cute little hamster “Fluffles”, well he ain’t so cute anymore and is now just a mindless killing machine bent on devouring human flesh. "Quick, somebody get me the nail gun!" (Disclaimer: For the record, I love animals and condone zero violence toward them…unless they are trying to chew out your eye balls and feast on your internal organs. Then you have my permission to grab the nail gun.)

This was a wee more splatterpunky than I was expecting from Mr. Hicks, and that was not a bad thing. Starts fast and violent and gets bloodier from there. Good times. I dug it.

*I received a complimentary copy of this work from the author and voluntarily left this honest review.
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- Bill

Alien Virus/Cannibalism

This book is a different type of post-apocalyptic/dystopian horror. All animals are affect from alien virus from meteor shower become aggressive eating each other as well as human, the human then are slowly affected by the virus. The book has graphic brutal gore, diverse sexual situations, and shocking ending, the only character I ended up liking was Deputy Scott. It also has another short listen at end, the Consumption also good listen. Recommend to those who enjoy horror but recommend not eating while listening. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you
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- willee

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2017
  • Publisher: High Fever Books