Book Promotion: ‘GNASH’ by Brian Parker.

512CioPTs2L._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA278_PIkin4,BottomRight,-52,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_Amazon.Com $3.35 £2.05
Nook Paperback $11.99
November 11, 2013
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,144 Paid in Kindle Store
From the author:
“I wrote GNASH over the course of about 2 1/2 years during a deployment to Iraq and after work at the Pentagon. I decided to not write about a full-blown zombie apocalypse in this book and instead used large-scale, but still localized, outbreaks. The book has a very military flavor to it and I also went with a lot less gore than the genre typically has. We all know that little kids become zombies and that people die excruciating deaths, but I didn’t want to write in-depth descriptions of that stuff for this book.”


An ancient fundamentalist organization chooses to
lash out against its enemies by conducting several simultaneous attacks across
the globe.  One of these assaults
unleashes a deadly virus within the Pentagon, which sets off a chain reaction
of events that the United States may not overcome.

When the virus mutates beyond anything the
terrorists had expected, the nation’s capital is plunged into a violent zombie
outbreak that threatens to infect everyone in the region.  A desperate, misguided attempt by a new
political power to stop the potential global epidemic backfires as the undead
survive the brutal pre-emptive strike and continue to wreak havoc on the human
population when they reemerge from the bowels of the ruined city.

Grayson Donnelly, a former Army officer who is
stranded in the Midwest during the outbreak, is forced to fight for his life
and for the survival of his adopted community while his fiancée Emory is
trapped in the Washington, D.C. quarantine zone.  She struggles to come to terms with her own
survival while living in a government-operated refugee camp just outside of the

Both Grayson and Emory must learn to adapt and do
whatever is necessary in order to survive in a nation that is nearing anarchy
as the terrorists’ heinous scheme takes on a life of its own.

‘GNASH’ is sitting pretty at 4.2 out of 5 stars on and 4.6 out of 5 stars on It could do with some more reviews on the UK side though, so grab a copy and get reading!

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One thought on “Book Promotion: ‘GNASH’ by Brian Parker.

  1. Thank you so much for sharing the info on my work, I really appreciate it! I hope everyone goes to Amazon and reads the reviews made by readers just like you. If you like what you see, pick up a copy and help support indie authors!


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