Terror World

A Zombicide: Invader Novel

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Pub Date 24 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 24 Jan 2023

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Description

Time and space are under threat when a monstrous new alien zombie threat emerges, in this horror thriller from the riotous Zombicide Invader boardgame

Scientist Dizzie Drexler is on the mission of a lifetime: exploring a strange planet named Sik-Tar, in the company of a mysterious alien crew. The dig looks like a dud, until they stumble across an ancient spaceship, filled with arcane tech. What could possibly go wrong? Everything: opening the spaceship activates an unimaginable horror: a form of ravenous mold which possesses the skeletons that litter the spaceship with the desire to kill, spread, and consume every living thing. While fighting these undead terrors, Dizzie and their team delve into the spaceship’s mysteries, and soon realize that such monstrosities could only come from one place: the future.
Time and space are under threat when a monstrous new alien zombie threat emerges, in this horror thriller from the riotous Zombicide Invader boardgame

Scientist Dizzie Drexler is on the mission of a...

A Note From the Publisher

CATH LAURIA is a Colorado girl who loves snow and sunshine. She is a prolific author of science fiction, fantasy, suspense, and romance fiction, and has a vast collection of beautiful, edged weapons.

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CATH LAURIA is a Colorado girl who loves snow and sunshine. She is a prolific author of science fiction, fantasy, suspense, and romance fiction, and has a vast collection of beautiful, edged weapons.
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Advance Praise

PRAISE FOR ZOMBICIDE

“There’s an engaging, albeit bleak, sense of despair running through the story… the way the author balances the competing demands of hope and despair is a big part of the book’s success.” - Track of Words

“The end result is a book that will not only avoid blending into the crowd of dull and depressing zombie stories but will stand out from the crowd because of its sense of fun and weirdness” -Inside the Bunker

PRAISE FOR ZOMBICIDE

“There’s an engaging, albeit bleak, sense of despair running through the story… the way the author balances the competing demands of hope and despair is a big part of the book’s...


Marketing Plan

• Season announcement via Aconyte and CMON August 2022

• Cover Reveal through official CMON social channels October 2022

• eARCs w/ NetGalley 3 months prior to publication

• Co-op with Ingram and Baker & Taylor

• Cross-promotion w/ CMON for fans

• Facebook Live interview w/ author on publication

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• Aconyte Extra with free chapter samplers, high-res covers etc. to support reviewers

• Print and digital media support and ad campaigns planned

• Social media promo & giveaways w/ influencers

• Season announcement via Aconyte and CMON August 2022

• Cover Reveal through official CMON social channels October 2022

• eARCs w/ NetGalley 3 months prior to publication

• Co-op with Ingram and...


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ISBN 9781839082016
PRICE CA$22.95 (CAD)
PAGES 352

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Featured Reviews

This was another great entry in the Zombicide series, I was invested in what was going on and loved the game from the beginning. The characters were well-written and did what I was hoping they would. Cath Lauria has a great writing style and I had enjoyed the Marvel books that she wrote.

“That’s… huh.” Mason tilted his right hand so the sensor in it could see Dr Drexler. It could only see them in UV light, unfortunately – he really needed some work – but it was better than nothing. “That’s a great idea.”

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