Ashes To Ashes by Joseph Mulak

Throw out everything you thought you knew about zombies.

Ashes to ashes

Throw out everything you thought you knew about zombies. 

Todd, a 20-something guitarist from Aspen Falls, comes across a new drug with mind-blowing effects. After declining the offer of a mysterious old man, he quickly learns the world is on the brink of destruction.

Terrifying side effects of the psychedelic drug ‘Ash’ are turning its users into the living dead. A plague is quickly infecting the entire world, leaving Todd and his estranged brother, Mitch, to band together. Will the two brothers be able to set aside their differences and survive the apocalypse?

A zombie apocalypse story with a difference, Burnt Ashes is an original, deep take on the popular genre and an enjoyable read for any horror fan.

Genre: FICTION / Horror

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Occult & Supernatural

Language: English

Keywords: horror, zombies, apocalypse, zombie horror, science fiction, thriller, paranormal, supernatural

Word Count: 50588

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Sample text:

The streets were empty. Under normal circumstances, he found comfort among the crowds. Friends and strangers alike, it didn't matter to Todd. As long as he was surrounded by people, he felt at home.

But for what he was about to do, he needed solitude. He didn't want anyone to judge him or try to talk him out of it.

No pedestrians, no traffic. With the exception of the bars, Aspen Falls was the kind of town that rolled up the carpets by ten o’clock. This usually annoyed Todd to the point where he bitched about it on a regular basis. But now he was grateful.

It was just after midnight when Todd left the bar. Though he had no idea how long it took him to get to Lakeside Drive from downtown, he figured it was at least an hour. Not that it was far from where he’d started but he took his time as he made his way through the streets, trying to prolong the inevitable. He wanted to make sure this was what he wanted. He’d even stopped at a small, all-night diner to get a coffee for the journey. Todd had detoured by the lake. Partly to feel the cool breeze coming off the water. Partly because the sound of waves lapping against the shore relaxed him. Mostly because he wanted to enjoy his last day, sipping his coffee as he admired the vast expanse of water connecting with the black sky in the distance. 

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