Post Bug-Apocalyptic Horror Anthology
Trifecta—the second episode in the City of Hell Chronicles features three horrific tales of horror and suspense in a post bug-apocalyptic world. The great ant god, Maurr’s reign of terror upon humanity continues from new perspectives. But from within this grim new world order, a small seedling of hope dares to penetrate the blood-soaked earth:
No Insects at Sea – by James Everington
A young isolated man from a remote island community thinks he’s safe from Maurr’s deadly reach, but when he comes across a drifting boat, he finds an unpleasant surprise within its hull—a discovery that threatens to shatter his hopes and beliefs.
The Harlot and the Bad Man – by Phil Ambler
Father Josef Friedricks takes care of a group of young survivors in an underground bunker. Tending to these waifs and strays, he tells them the story of Sophia: a mother who has to overcome terrible odds and deception. The story is more than just a tale to entertain the kids; it’s a tale of grit, horror, and the extremes a mother is prepared to endure to survive.
Brethren – by Nina D’Arcangela
You’d think with the Great Maurr ascending to rule and taking his place at the top of the food chain his minions would be proud, but there’s a dissenter in the ranks. A drone ant, fed up with the drudgery and his low rank, dares to learn more about what it means to take life, and what it means to consume and devour humans like the soldiers, the queens, and even Maurr himself to devastating consequences for both himself and the few remaining human survivors.
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