In the best-selling zombie series The Dying of the Light, author Jason Kristopher showed us that the zombie apocalypse isn’t coming — it’s already here, and we’re losing… and have been for more than 140 years.
In this collection of supplemental short stories, Kristopher takes the reader on a behind-the-scenes journey into the rest of the world he’s created in the main series. From the first known zombie incursion (Outbreak One: Washington Territory), to Nazi-created monstrosities (The Coldest Winter), through the 1981 Libyan Crisis (Blood and Sand) and the story of what befell one of our favorite characters (Whatever Happened to Thomas J. Reynolds?).
Get your fill of the AEGIS backstory with this great collection of short stories by the bestselling author of The Dying of the Light: End, called the ‘best zombie book since World War Z!’
Today Grey Gecko has released the first digital-only edition of these collected short stories by author Jason Kristopher. The Walker Chronicles collects the currently available short stories set outside the main series of books into one volume.
“It’s always been my intention to release these short stories in a both a digital and print collection,” said Kristopher. “I envision them as the ‘deleted scenes’ from the books — stories that are worthwhile and interesting, but didn’t really fit in the main books. Either they slowed the pacing down, or felt like they were shoehorned in, or for some other reason got cut… just like you see during editing of films. I’m happy to make these available to my readers, and in such an innovative way. They’ll be out soon in print, most likely when there are a dozen or so.”
Grey Gecko Press has partnered with our author to provide continuing updates to The Walker Chronicles for those that have purchased this omnibus edition. When purchased directly through Grey Gecko Press, readers are automatically added to the “update” list, and will be sent, free of charge, the new edition of the ebook including the new story or stories.
“I’ve got tons of ideas for other stories in this world,” Kristopher continued. “And with thought-leaders like Hugh Howey and Adam Christopher leading the way and allowing others to work in their world, it’s inspired me to find a way to connect with my most die-hard fans. These are the ones who want every last detail of the story.”
On sale for a limited time, The Walker Chronicles is now available directly from Grey Gecko Press, and will be available soon on Amazon, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks. Get your copy today![/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]