Set in the wide-open spaces of western Montana, the Yoder family struggles to survive in a secluded Amish community. Although they do not know it, the rest of the world is collapsing around them. A strange plague runs rampant through Englische society, turning the unsaved into mindless zombies, consumed by their own worldliness.
With the passing of old Onkle Jebediah, the plague has spread to their remote farms. Now the Amish must face the disease, discover its cause and learn how not to catch the Grunge Bug. When these two worlds collide, which will survive and at what cost?
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About Sam Lang:
Sam Lang lived a cold, dark life. Ignored for most of his existence, he developed a fascination with things of a macabre nature. His writing explores the dark recesses of human behavior. Lang writes with heavy thematic elements and symbolism, creating harsh, hyper-realistic characters. Lang currently resides in Florida where he spends his time thinking of new ways to delight and horrify his readers.
Trestle Press has brought him out of the shadows with his series, Reprisal, a murderous tale of escaped convicts in a deserted town haunted by a mysterious shadow. The first six episodes are available as digital short stories from Trestle Press, starting with Making Plans, Making Memories followed by The Impeccant, Shadow Boxing, She'll Get Your Engine Started, The First Cut is the Best and Sugar and Snails. More chapters are yet to come.
Sam has participated in the Author's Lab collaboration series with Giovanni Gelati on The Two Johns. He also has the one-shots: A Vampire's Guide to Sex, a short tale about (you guessed it) vampires and sex, and Theoretical Fishsticks, a holiday story full of dark humor.
Not much else is known of this reclusive author.
About Sarah Price:
he Preiss family emigrated from Europe in 1705, settling in Pennsylvania as the area's first wave of Mennonite families. Sarah Price has always respected and honored her ancestors through exploration and research about her family history and their religion. At nineteen, she befriended an Amish family and lived on their farm throughout the years.
Twenty-five years later, she now splits her time between her husband and children in the NYC Metro area and a home that she shares with an Amish woman in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania where she retreats to reflect and write. As a masterful storyteller, Sarah Price prides herself on presenting an authentic Amish experience for her readers. Many of her stories are based on actual people she has met and her own experiences living among the Amish over the years.
Visit the author's website and blog at sarahpriceauthor.com and befriend her on Facebook at facebook.com/fansofsarahprice.