The end is coming. But how will you survive? Find out in Equilibrium Overturned from Bram Stoker Award-nominated editors of acclaimed indie horror anthologies Peel Back the Skin and Dark Visions, Anthony Rivera and Sharon Lawson.
From alien civilizations bent on human destruction, to demonic incursions from beyond the event horizon, to the dangerous malevolence that lives within us all, Equilibrium Overturned drags you into the heart of darkness to explore brutal personal and worldwide apocalypses and the lives wavering on the brink. Survive destroyed worlds and brutal dystopian societies. Experience a prison of the future and the whitewashing of a horrifying past that threatens our very existence. From preventable transgressions, unavoidable doomsdays and personal calamities both near and far, Equilibrium Overturned offers a glimpse into what life may be like at the end of all things.
"The Final Testimony of Molly Ryder" by Jeff Hemenway - In the future prisoners serve sentences in drug-induced comas. An investigator journeys into the mind of a killer to reveal terrifying repercussions for humanity.
"Amnion" by John Everson - A scientist developing a fountain of youth stops at nothing to test his theories with dire consequences for his life and those around him.
"Martial Law" by JG Faherty - The United States is in chaos as mysterious invaders turning the streets in a small town into rivers of blood.
"Through the Ghostlands" by Rose Blackthorn - Survivors of a global calamity scavange a dead world while pursued by a menacing force that threatens their survival.
"The Collected Sylvia, Volume 1 to 1388" by Geoffrey W. Cole - A routine scouting mission to an alien world maroons a couple unwilling to give up hope against terrifying odds.
"Perfect Soldiers" by S.G. Larner - An evil that feeds on the hatred and fear of humankind has the armies of Earth resorting to unspeakable measures to fight the planet's last war.
"Wombie" by Martin Slag - A small-town veterinarian caring for a sick animal inadvertently uncovers an unimaginable worldwide conspiracy.
"No-Man's Land" by Roger Jackson - A regiment of English soldiers battling the Nazi war machine are exposed to an iunimaginable horror.
"The Alamo Incident" by Sean Eads - A man investigating the murders of soldiers stationed at the legendary outpost shines a new light into the darkness of Manifest Destiny.
"The Butcher of Gad Street" by Stephen T. Vessels - A man with a mysterious purpose sparks a citywide cataclysm, revealing the horrifying nature of mankind.
"Queen of Thermodynamic Equilibrium" by Josh Vogt - A revolutionary believing Death is a cleansing force takes her quest to the wreckage of a derelict intergalactic battleship where she aims to breathe new life into old death.
"Compartmental" by Jay Caselberg - Human memories bleed unleashes one man's personal apocalypse.
"This is Not a Horror Story" by Tim Waggoner - In a surveillance state run amok, a young woman is horrified to learn how much her government knows about her.
"Sunrise" by Tony Knighton - Battling oppression, a healthcare nightmare, black market criminals and environmental collapse, a father faces insurmountable odds to save his dying son as the world collapses.
Grey Matter Press, the multiple Bram Stoker Award-nominated independent publisher, is proud to present the third installment in one of the best supernatural thriller series ever imagined.
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