St. Martin's Griffin
DOLL FACTORY ROAD
STEBBINS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
“This is Billy Trout, reporting live from the apocalypse…”
The car sat in the middle of the road with the radio playing at full blast.
All four doors were open.
The windows were cracked and there was one small red handprint on the glass.
The voice on the radio was saying that this was the end of the world.
There was no one in the car, no one in the streets. No one in any of the houses or stores. There wasn’t a single living soul there to hear the reporter’s
“Sleek, spare, visceral, and as unsettling as dead fingernails on a chalkboard, Jonathan Maberry’s FALL OF NIGHT is state of the art horror. If Raymond Carver wrote zombie stories, you might approach something with the economy and brilliance of Maberry’s conceit. This feels real, and terrifying, and also, somehow, poignant. Highly recommended.” - Jay Bonansinga, New York Times bestselling co-author of THE WALKING DEAD: THE FALL OF THE GOVERNOR, PART 2