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Berserk

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  • Sales Rank:124,715
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:356
  • Publication Date:April 11, 2012
  • ASIN:B007TO6GLM


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
From New York Times Bestselling author Tim Lebbon, comes BERSERK!

AN AMAZON #1 BESTSELLING TITLE.

“Berserk is a mysterious and moody novel that packs a hell of an emotional wallop. Murder, monsters, and mayhem – Lebbon takes them all to the max! Lebbon is one of the most compulsively readable writers working in the dark fantasy field today.” – Tom Piccirilli

“Tim Lebbon is a master of fantasy and horror, and his visions make for disturbing and compelling reading.” – Douglas Clegg

“An absolutely thrilling read that hurtles along at a breakneck and terrifying speed. Berserk is everything the title promises it to be. This is can’t-put-down fiction at it’s best.” – Brian Keene

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The army had said it was a training accident.
But why had the coffin they sent home been sealed?

On a dark night, in a deserted field, Tom begins to unearth the mass grave where he hopes - and fears - that he will find his son's remains. He finds instead madness: corpses in chains and dead bodies that still move and grasp and clutch.

And one little girl, dead and rotting, who promises to help Tom find what he's looking for, if only he will free her.

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