Another 5 star review of Dog Eat Dog: sci-fi dark fantasy novel set within post-apocalyptic world of Yellow Dawn

Book Review

A fan from Arizona, USA has written up a wonderful review of Dog Eat Dog, my 5th novel but the first to take place in the world of Yellow Dawn – The Age of Hastur.

This is one of the most engaging stories I’ve read in a long while that I couldn’t predict what was coming next. Intricately woven together and so deftly pulled apart by the shocking end as the story is unfolded. Dog Eat Dog is unlike anything I have read before and does an amazing job of immersing you into the dichotomy of the universe. The reader is pulled into two worlds: one of the technologically driven and seemingly untouchable powers that can afford to not get their hands dirty, and the other the grimy and terrifying existence of reality outside the safety of walled cities. The atmosphere of this story sticks with you long after you’ve put it down, the world is fully fleshed out and tangible and the characters even more so. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoy fast-paced action, intelligent intrigue, and relentless in-your-face storytelling.

Source: Samantha Rule via LULU store


Dog Eat Dog - sci-fi dark fantasy novel set in the post-apocalyptic cthulhu mythos horror universe of Yellow Dawn

Available in paperback or Kindle

Paperback : from LULU & kindle: US ($), UK (£), DE (Euro)

DOG EAT DOG { novel } takes place in the near future, after the Earth has been devastated by a viral pathogen unleashed when a corporate cargo hauler crashed into the atmosphere; breaking up as a fireball across the sky, it showered Southern Europe and North Africa with a deadly rain of infected debris. Ten years later, over seventy percent of the human population is dead and only a handful of cities survive intact. So called ‘Living Cities’. The vast majority of human habitation is abandoned to the undying creatures left mutated through a brutal twist in the infection. Greed and corruption are left hovering over this bleak and brutalized domain and a cosmic horror is now free to infiltrate the remote abandoned corners of the Earth. Above this, the orbital colonies spin within artificial gravity wells, impartial observers, unaffected by the shocking events below. Within this mix the lives of two survivors collide: a renegade intelligence agent and a cold-blooded master of violence, shaping events with their virulent hunger for money and desire to carve their name onto this new world.



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