The human race has been torn apart, and now the war is reaching its end. There is only one question: will it be THEM OR US? The concluding book in the HATER trilogy is released in the US today through Thomas Dunne Books.
BloodyDisgusting.com said: “Like the two previous entries, THEM OR US flaunts a blistering pace and riveting dialogue… If HATER is Anarchy and DOG BLOOD is War, THEM OR US is a straight-up Holocaust, a hugely satisfying finale that really hits the post-apocalyptic sweet spot.”
Fangoria said: “As much an allegory for today’s frightening climate of terrorism, controversial wars and us-versus-them mentality as it is a horror/”zombie” yarn, the HATER trilogy has worked best when it is most human, and Danny’s struggle to remain that is the heart of this series. By the time all hell breaks loose in THEM OR US‘s finale, it’s easy to see parallels to our world’s current crises and conflicts.”
The book is out in the UK on 17 November from Gollancz. In the meantime, check back here tomorrow for an exclusive giveaway. And UK readers, don’t forget to book your tickets for the unique launch event in Lowestoft on November 24th.
AMAZON.COM . AMAZON.CA . AMAZON.CO.UK . BARNES & NOBLE . BOOK DEPOSITORY (free shipping worldwide) . WATERSTONE’S (UK)
Issue 282 of Fangoria contains a very positive review of HATER. For me this is extremely cool. Growing up in the horror-starved UK of the 1980’s (see this article if you’re not sure what I mean), Fango was a rare source of gore for my friends and I. So now, 20 years later (that makes me feel old!) it’s incredibly satisfying to see my work featured in the mag.
“Parceled out in lean, economical prose, Hater offers a slow-burn depiction of the modern world consumed by revulsion.”
Thanks to everyone who picked up a copy of HATER this week. Here’s a very quick round-up of a few bits of news.
I took part in the Page 69 test – click here for the results!
I’ve added a new page to this site for press clippings. You can access it from the sidebar or click here.
New reviews have been added to this page. Also, you can access these via the RSS feed in the sidebar.
Finally, you can now read chapter 4 of HATER at various sites around the web; Tor.com and Fangoria to name but two!
You can now read chapter 3 of HATER at Tor.com and Fangoria.