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By Glynn James Michael Stephen Fuchs | Comments: ( 311 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

THE OPERATORS FACE THEIR DEMONSMission complete, Alpha team enjoys their first chance to breathe and tend to their humanity But the darkness leaves them alone with their demons and those who have found love may yet learn that it is fatally incompatible with dutyTHE CARRIER FACES UNIMAGINED THREATSThe JFK steams for Africa, despite rumors of lone Zulus still wanderingTHE OPERATORS FACE THEIR DEMONSMission complete, Alpha team enjoys their first chance to breathe and tend to their humanity But the darkness leaves them alone with their demons and those who have found love may yet learn that it is fatally incompatible with dutyTHE CARRIER FACES UNIMAGINED THREATSThe JFK steams for Africa, despite rumors of lone Zulus still wandering below decks But when Dr Park and Sarah Cameron are trapped in an isolated compartment, they learn that one Zulu can kill you just as dead as ten million while up on the flight deck, a lone assassin inflicts horrific damage on the hopes for a cureLONDON PREPS FOR HUMANITY S LAST STANDAmarie and the Tunnelers find themselves resettled in a chillingly post Apocalyptic London, where mini outbreaks are hushed up, and the displaced will cut your throat just to take your shoes all as history s largest fixed fortification goes up along the M25 ring road around the CapitalTHE ROYAL MARINES DROP INTO HELLLieutenant Jameson and his battered Royal Marines launch by air to retrieve a rare biomedical device, which is indispensable to developing a vaccine but which lies buried at the center of a perilously rotting structure in a city of millions all dead When the walls come down, and the horde descends, Jameson may be the last man standing and his only chance of survival lies with a lone Apache pilot who refuses to obey her orders to abandon himHope survives but the story of humanity is not yet written.


  • Title: The Horizon
  • Author: Glynn James Michael Stephen Fuchs
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  • Page: 491
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About Author:

Glynn James Michael Stephen Fuchs

More info on his writing and projects can be found at glynnjames or on facebook at facebook glynnjamesfictionGLYNN JAMES, born in Wellingborough, England, in 1972, is an author of science fiction, post apocalyptic, dark fantasy, horror, and dystopian fiction.His love of science fiction and horror began when he was eight years old after discovering HP Lovecraft and Richard Matheson, and then later on James Herbert, Clive Barker, and Stephen King.In addition to co authoring the ARISEN books, he is the author of the DIARY OF THE DISPLACED series.Biggest influences HP Lovecraft, Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman, James Herbert, Richard Matheson, Stephen King, and Roald Dahl If you can t rate most of the following books at least 3 5 then it s probably best if you don t click the add friend button.I Am Legend Richard Matheson The BFG Roald Dahl The Stand Stephen King The Passage Justin Cronin The Graveyard Book Neil Gaiman Books of Blood Clive barker And if you haven t read them all them shame on you.The Displaced series is NOT finished At the moment I m working on the Arisen series and a new series no hints sorry , but will be going back to the Displaced series soon.Books released Arisen Series With Michael Stephen Fuchs Arisen, Book One Fortress Britain 2012 Arisen, Book Two Mogadishu of the Dead 2012 Arisen, Book Three Three Parts Dead 2013 Arisen, Book Four Maximum Violence 2013 Arisen, Book Five Exodus 2013 Arisen, Book Six The Horizon 2014 Thrown Away Part 1 2014 Diary of the Displaced SeriesDiary of the Displaced 1 The Journal of James Halldon 2011 Diary of the Displaced 2 The Broken Lands 2011 Diary of the Displaced 3 The Ways 2012 OthersThe Memoirs of Reginald Weldon 2011 The Last to Fall 2011 Whispers Short Stories 2011



Comments The Horizon

  • Gianfranco Mancini

    An almost quiet character developing novel of the Arisen military-zombie apocalypse series, after the insane action-packed battle for the carrier in the previous one.But after a quiet half pace rises quickly for good and the cliffhanger ending was a real blast.Charlotte the fighter pilot is my most favourite character now, and the criticism against the 0 seconds virus incubation time in World War Z was just great.If you like realism in zombie apocalypses (but for infected jumping higher than the [...]


  • David Dalton

    Another pretty darn good action thriller featuring zombies and special ops soldiers. End of the World As We Know It and much more. The action slowed a bit from the extreme violence in the last Arisen thriller . Time to catch up on character and story development. The authors are doing a great job on pacing this series out. I have read and reviewed all the Arisen books to include the prequel. I have given them all 4 or 5 star reviews. Each story is well written and with a plot and direction we ca [...]


  • Cyc

    Another great book in the series! Lots of action. A lot of tough situations, bad luck, heroism and some intense rescue scenes that had me reading late into the night. So good I already started on book 7.


  • chucklesthescot

    In the aftermath of the Battle of the JFK, everyone is dealing with the recent stress overload and the fear that zombies may still be hiding on board. CentCom is overloaded with new outbreaks while London is falling apart as law and order breaks down. An attempt to bring equipment and people to help Simon ends in disaster as he battles to stay alive below decks with Sarah, unarmed against the zombies. Alpha Team are starting to unravel as personal issues get in the way of the mission and the Bri [...]


  • Randy Harmelink

    Back on track. I enjoyed this book more than the last one.


  • Brian

    Each book tells the continuing saga of a world upside down where everything has changed due to an infection that turns 7 billion people into raving, human hungry zombies. This goes well beyond the Walking Dead for action as Fortress Britain, the only country left standing, is trying to reset the world to being zombie free. The missions are many and the action is hot as American and British military conduct missions across the globe trying to find materials and people in a race to stop the extinc [...]


  • Angela Verdenius

    Finally Alpha and the other military people on the super carrier are out of danger - or are they? - because nothing is ever easy for these men and women. But now we get to see more of them, how they're all coping with what happened, signs of PTSD. But still they push on, never backing down. And we met again with the military groups on the ground in Britain. It's like meeting old comrades in different scenarios, mostly dangerous. The beginning was a nice change of pace, but never fear, it picks u [...]


  • Mkittysamom

    Between the big Battle and AfricaWell Book 6 takes place after the battle on the JFK so everyone is basically getting everything together before they reach Africa for finding Patient Zero. You would think this interlude maybe Alpha team, the marines, civilians anyone would get a break but. It’s another action packed, blow your mind, suspense filled time!


  • MARTIN WITHERS

    Enjoyable read.This series goes from strength to strength. Kennedy is now making its way to Africa and still finding ZA aboard. Good narrative.


  • Russell

    I can't stop reading this series. Just when you think it can't get any better


  • Digit

    The sixth instalment of the series and the authors have done a fantastic job in introducing and evolving the story line in such a way that the readers appetite is constantly being fulfilled but also, through the seamless introduction of new characters, hungry for more.I hazard a guess that the series and this instalments benefit from there being two authors who can constantly feed off each other’s energy and ideas to keep the motivation on this storyline going, rather than other series where d [...]


  • Mark Corcoran

    Continuing story of the few remaining survivors of the zombie apocalypse. The struggles of the US super carrier JFK and the outbreak in the UK continue with high-paced action and unexpected actions and outcomes. In addition, a story of British commandos (introduced before this book) infiltrating a site in Germany is developed. Overall this book was a bit slower than previous installments as the main characters get to take a slight breather to grapple with their own personal dilemmas while onboar [...]


  • Grw

    As much as I am enjoying this series so far, I'm afraid I felt I had to drop a star from this one's rating for the slow start. Whilst things did pick up eventually and get back to the great action scenes we've come to expect there seemed to be quite a lot of navel - no pun intended - gazing during the early part of the book.That said, once things got going, they were great, and unlike a lot of previous books, all the action taking place more or less in one place, albeit an over sized air craft c [...]


  • Gerry D Pratt

    Book 6I've enjoyed all of the books so far. this one didn't have anywhere near the action of the last one, but they've positioned themselves to rock n roll when the next book comes out. I'm happy they don't try to mix a lot of romance into these apocalyptic novels and keep the story moving at a good pace. The best thing about these books is that they are well researched and believable. The military jargon is easy to follow and understand for anyone and the characters have been fleshed out and yo [...]


  • RJ

    Another excellent installment of the Arisen series. This one starts out a little slow but picks up to its usual thrilling action. The battle for the carrier will be a tough act to follow, but I have my hopes. We move now to Fortress Britain and then Africa to search for supplies to develop the antidote or cure. A surprise waits for them off the coast of Africa. There are at least two more books in the series, so lots of action and adventure yet to come.


  • Ralph Wark

    A good segue.A good segue.I suppose 10,000,000 zombies attacking an air craft carrier was a hard act to follow, and this was a good read, but obviously setting up the seventh volume. no new characters, no primary character deaths, a new mission to Africa, and a dash of soap opera, just enough. I'm still thoroughly enjoying the series,great summer reading.


  • John Davies

    Still suffering from the fact this is really one bloody long story, broken up into bits so it's not the length of War and Peace However, this really feels like a filler something to show you where they are going, what's going on in England, and where they are heading to next. It also suffers from the abrupt cliffhanger ending that several other of the "books" have had, which I really find annoying.


  • Gautam Surath

    Lots of sub plots emerge and they are all intriguing. Jameson has an interesting journey and so does Park. Did not get the introduction of Noise in this book so maybe he will play a bigger role later. Introspection is at its best and while we miss Homer, its still great to follow the others as they deal with issues from the past. Onwards


  • Stephen

    It took a little while to get the great action rolling in this one. It was a lot of taking care of the JFK after the zulu horde. They have started to pinpoint the outbreak point of the Zombie Virus and are trying to find a patient Alpha. (I believe that the events in Genesis will start to play a vital role in the series shortly).


  • Hans P Melius

    Well deserved downtime. But not is all as it seems. All the operators and soldiers have more than earned the short amount of downtime they are given in this book. Time for reflection is always necessary. However, the world is still a deadly place in the ZA. Read on to find out what happens, you'll enjoy it.


  • Ian Cockerill

    Part of a huge epic of the Zombie Apocalypse, really each book in the series is a very long chapter. Great fun if you like you zombies in all flavours of shambling, fast and super-fast, and with full on military resistance. Excellent quick, sort-of-fun, read.


  • Joel Kleehammer

    Another awesome book by James and Fuchs. Their writing style is an excellent blend of horror and military, with a believable chunk of both. I can't wait to read more of the Arisen series, and I'm sure I'll be sad when it ends.


  • Till Rhyder

    This series is one of my guilty pleasures and is far out of my normal range of genres but the adventure is simply too wonderful to not enjoy. The wide variety of characters combined with the technical accuracy of the military specs and procedures is phenomenal.


  • Victoria Keale

    Beyond words awesome.Every book is better then the last. Every time I finish one I think 'there's no way the next book can beat that one' but it does. Remarkable writing, story, characterseverything.


  • MICHAEL GALLOWAY

    Well ,I don't knowHow to make a half star, but I'll give this series a 5-star grade and be okay with it. I'm about to start #7 and still interested in the story. And I'm frankly impressed by how few typos and misspelled words I've seen. So far, so good.


  • Jessica Kong

    OMG!!!There are a few series I have had the privilege of reading where the storyline becomes more exciting with each installment. The Arisen series is one of them. I cannot believe how great this series is. I hope the authors do not make me wait too long for book 7.


  • Joo

    A bit of a breather and slower paced than the previous one. Since the previous one was the battle on the ship, then it was nice to take things slower and have characterisations rather than full on action.


  • Nooked

    Seems shorter and ends abruptly compared to excellent book # 5 of this series


  • ji won kong

    Great readSets up the story line for the future books. Continues the wild and fun ride. Great writing that provides solid character development.


  • Kathy Ann'tie

    This series is so exciting. I can't get enough, I just want more and more and more.


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