“[Collings] brings the reader close in and doesn’t want them to leave… I’d give this an A.” – Horror Drive-In
All passengers, please prepare for departure…
An employee, a cop, and six passengers; a prisoner, a stowaway, and a madman.
“A great read.” – Sci-Fi and Scary
These are the people waiting at the Lawton bus terminal.
“If you need a fast-paced thriller that chills and keeps you guessing, look no further…” – Horror Novel Reviews
Mostly late-night travelers who want nothing more than to get to their destinations, and employees who want nothing more than to get through the graveyard shift.
“[A]n intense, creepy, and twisty read… the suspense will have you on the edge of your seat.” – A Book Lover’s Life
But when a strange, otherworldly fog rolls in, the night changes to nightmare. Because something hides in the fog. Something powerful. Something strange. Something… inhuman.
“The final reveal of Terminal is masterclass-level stuff…” – High Fever Books
Soon, those in the terminal have been cut off from the rest of the world. No phones, no computers. Just ten strangers in the terminal… and The Other.
“Terminal is a hard-edged, brutal, sometimes exceptionally violent thrill-fest of a novel that I blazed through…” – Inkheist Book Reviews
The Other is the force in the mist. The Other is the thing that has captured them. And The Other wants to play a game.
“Terminal is a fun read that keeps you guessing…” – Rae’s Reading Lounge
The rules are simple:
1) The people in the terminal must choose a single person from among them. That person will live. The rest will die.
2) Anyone who attempts to leave the terminal before the final vote will die.
3) The final vote… must be unanimous.
5 stars! “[A] nightmarish tale that was both captivating and frightening and also a novel that I would highly recommend!” – The Genre Minx
A nightmare. And getting worse, because the best way to make a vote unanimous… is to kill the other voters.
Welcome to the Terminal.