Meet Jory, survivor in the City of Hell

Welcome to the City of Hell…

There is no god, no angels, no redemption. There is no hope, only suffering. The great Ant-headed Old-One has risen and brought hell to earth. The land is scorched and the human race decimated, eaten or tortured. Only three cities remain, a crumbled dying version of their former selves: London, Moscow and Hong Kong. The Old-One’s own City of Hell dominates most of North America. Its diabolical influence has turned ordinary citizens into torturers, debased slaves, lunatics and zealots.

With an eruption at Yellowstone, the likes of which humanity had never seen before, The Old-One tore apart the land, and ascended to rule, aided by its faithful army of acolytes. From the core of the earth it crawled up on to the land, spreading disease and insanity to all corners of the globe. (written by Colin Barnes)

And yet, a 15 year old girl survives…

She lost her mother in a brundlefly attack 8 months ago, after her father never came home from a Hu’ meeting with the neighborhood survivors. Finding refuge with her brother in the London underground, she struggles through the soldier ant attacks, the violence and death surrounding them, without food and little shelter. Every day, the Bébittes take more lives, and when her brother is eaten by a hungry flock of centipedes, there’s nowhere left to run, no place to hide.

Meet Jory, 15 years old with a death wish to burn London in her wake.

The City of Hell Chronicles tell the tales of survival, death and debauchery. Coming out December 2011

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