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About H.E. Goodhue
H.E. Goodhue is an author and educator. Zombie Youth: Playground Politics is Goodhue’s first published novel. It is the first installment in a new series from Severed Press that has been called “unrelenting”, “thrilling and exciting” by both fellow authors and literary critics. Since its release in April 2012, Zombie Youth has posted sales throughout the US, Europe and Australia. H.E. Goodhue currently resides in New Jersey with his wife, daughter and two hardheaded pitbulls.
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Something lies beneath Sunset Island. Something ancient and long forgotten. Something man should never have woken from its slumber.
As a hurricane cuts Sunset Island off from the mainland, residents and tourists alike, are trapped as the sea reclaims the island. Sharks, fleeing what has risen, swarm the flooded streets. The creature, starving from its long hibernation, swims towards Sunset.
Now Ray must find a way to save the island he loves and maybe even a few of the people he hates.
Zombie Youth follows an inexperienced group left to recreate the world with no guidance or supervision. But not everyone shares their vision of the future. The future belongs to the youth, but not so long as the dead rule the present.
Blue holes are found throughout the world and the number is growing. These expansive underwater caves call to divers, but remain largely unexplored.
Cursed with a strange name and dying marriage, Tyde Gregory, plans a last ditch effort to save his relationship. Diving at Dean's Blue Hole on Long Island seems to be the only thing Tyde and his wife, Wendy, can agree upon. As hope turns to horror, Tyde realizes that there are things far worse than a broken marriage.
A group of students are left trapped in their school as the adults they once relied upon suffer strange symptoms and die, only to return and feed. With no guidance or supervision the students are left to recreate society as they see fit. But not everyone shares their vision of the future...Zombie Youth:Playground Politics is the first novel in a new series following a group of survivors struggling to stay alive in a world where there are things far worse than zombies.
Citizens of a new unfeeling world are fitted with Em-Paks, technology designed to eliminate the danger of emotions. Removal of an Em-Pak is an irreversible act of Emotional Treason and punishable by death. Not all are willing to sacrifice feeling and terrorists groups known as Emos risk infection and death to cling to their emotions. The infected, known as Reds, run feral outside of city walls.
Cora Eldritch has lived a privileged, yet emotionless life. Following an accident Cora’s Em-Pack is damaged and she is now guilty of Emotional Treason. A young Emo named Remmy rescues Cora from the Reds and she is thrust into a world where nothing is what it seems and emotions are deadly. Cora must ultimately find a way to not only save Remmy, but herself.
Death rides again. Following the orders of Uriel, Death prepares the way for the Pillar of Zion Church to return to Montville. A secret flows in the blood of young Eve. The secret could save the Zombie Youth or be a death sentence for everyone within the walls of Montville. The war between the living and the dead has returned to Montville and battle lines have been drawn with a brother's blood.
Andy Holstein's entire life has been a joke...he is just never the one who was laughing. Until recently, the only source of comfort in Andy's life has been fast food cheeseburgers. Now something inside Andy promises revenge, promises him everything he has ever wanted. All he has to do is keep eating cheeseburgers - keep feeding the pink slime.
Two years have passed and the Montville survivors have finally begun to live.
The Pillar of Zion Church lies in ruins, but an old threat stirs beneath the ashes.
The origins of infection lie buried deep within the mysterious Stone Creek. Vicious Ferals run wild through the surrounding woods.
Montville has outlasted both men and monsters, but the relentless march of time brings the Zombie Youth closer to the day that they may become what they have feared most