I have finished my new scifi horror book, Squatters.
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Many people have written about the End of Days, none of them got it right. The Apocalypse was zombie, for sure. It was nasty and frightening - and of course deadly, very deadly.
Question is, did you imagine it to be quite as slimy? Quite as bodily invasive? There are things on this earth you may never have considered. For instance, did you know that you can get bilharzia from walking barefoot or wading in shallow, still water? What the hell is bilharzia, I hear you ask? It's a parasitic flatworm (see book cover) that resides in its victims' intestines or urinary tract.
What if you took this thing you never ever considered before, this bilharzia, and changed its DNA to change its behaviour in the human body? What could you get? The 'Pocalypse, of course!
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