Netherkind

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Pub Date 28 May 2022 | Archive Date 30 Jun 2022
Crossroad Press, Macabre Ink

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Description

Thomas is no ordinary man.

To live, he must devour human flesh. His habitual existence is one of killing and feeding and taking on the physical characteristics of his victims.

Thomas tries to fit in with the rest of humanity, but when his beautiful neighbor, Stephanie deceives him and turns out to be a monster just like him, he decides to discover his heritage and take revenge. Little does he know that there are many other “Fleshers” out there hiding in the shadows of the world and they are at war with each other.

Thomas is no ordinary man.

To live, he must devour human flesh. His habitual existence is one of killing and feeding and taking on the physical characteristics of his victims.

Thomas tries to fit...


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Featured Reviews

Thomas struggles to fight the urge… the hunger… to draw sustenance from human flesh!

He learns, after years of isolation, that he is not alone; instead, he is part of an ancient civilization that is warring amongst its own tribes.

Travelling along with Thomas we get to see the awesome world building Greg Chapman has created. This is such a great read that steps outside of the common sci fi/ fantasy genre and pulls the reader in.


Thank you to NetGalley, Crossroad Press, and Greg Chapman for a copy.

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