Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Book Spotlight: Ambulatory Cadavers

October may be done, but the undead are making an encore appearance today, with a book spotlight on the Regency Zombie novel, Ambulatory Cadavers by McCallum J Morgan. Enjoy.


Ambulatory Cadavers by McCallum J Morgan




Two cousins. One on the verge of a great discovery—and excessive power, wealth, and infamy—the other on the verge of an odious marriage.
Lyra will stop at nothing to achieve her father’s dream of dissolving Parliament into so much anatomical sludge, searching out the farthest reaches of science and the arcane arts. Until her own dreams begin to awaken, jolted by the electric sparkle of an artist’s eyes.
Alice’s worst nightmares begin to awaken as great expectations weigh upon her and her answer to a very important question is awaited. Lacking a strong constitution, Alice can only run from her problems—until she runs into a strange young man of questionable occupation and discovers her cousin’s terrible plans.
The dead are about to rise, the Lords are about to fall, and things are about to get creamy. And high society will never be the same again.




Ambulatory Cadavers is available at:




Author Bio:

As a child, McCallum always wanted to write a book. He scribbled in notebooks, drew pictures, and lived largely in a world of make-believe. Into this fertile field a seed was planted. Notebooks began to fill and they didn’t stop. It was a soaring waltz with words among the silvery clouds and he loved it. He was thirteen.
McCallum discovered the Institute of Children’s Literature and enrolled in their writing course, Writing for Children and Teenagers. For their second, advanced, course, he rewrote those bursting notebooks. Now McCallum is eighteen and working on the sequel, and enjoying every minute of it knowing that finally, it’s real. It’s not just a pile of notebooks anymore, it’s A Hole in the Ice.
His other books include A Hole in the Sea, the sequel to A Hole in the Ice, and a horror comedy called Ambulatory Cadavers.

Twitter and Instagram: @McCallumJMorgan


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