TORMENT

  • by Jeremy Bishop
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • 9 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jeremy Bishop's first pulse-pounding novel is a horrific tale of post-apocalyptic terror that is one part zombie story and one part Dante's Inferno. The story asks hard questions and generates strong emotions in everyone who reads it - anger, excitement, and most of all: FEAR. This book asks the question that everyone is afraid to answer: Are you ready?
STORY DESCRIPTION:
Small town reporter, Mia Durante, finds herself having brunch with the President of the United States on the day civilization comes to an end. An electromagnetic pulse blinds the U.S. Cars crash. Planes fall. Chaos reigns. Power is restored within minutes, but it's already too late. Russian nukes are falling. U.S. allies around the world are all ready wiped out. The United States will cease to exist inside of five minutes.
After giving the order to launch a full-scale retaliation, dooming the planet, the president, White House staff, Secret Service, and those lucky enough to be visiting the white house, are whisked below ground where they board several Earth Escape Pods. As the EEPs launch into Earth orbit, missiles descend.
Less than 40 survive the end of the world. When they return, they're greeted by survivors of a different sort. The bloodbath that follows leaves Durante and nine other survivors on the run. They find themselves fighting for survival in a world in which only torment remains and where death is the only escape.
** THE SENTINEL, Bishop's second novel, is available now! Check it out.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jeremy Bishop has, by all outward appearances, lived a normal life. He grew up in a nice home, in a friendly seaside town. But, as is often, the pleasant facade seen at first glance conceals a darker side. Throughout childhood and early teen years he encountered malevolent entities that whisked in and out of rooms, moved furniture and haunted his dreams.
He processed these encounters through drawings of monsters and devils, expunging horrible images from his mind. As an adult, he continues to expel the monsters of his childhood through his novels, the first of which, Torment, is based on a dream.
Enter the mind of Jeremy Bishop if you dare. Share his nightmares. Experience the fear that shaped his life. You may never be the same.

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What the Critics Say

"Jeremy Bishop takes a terrifying bite out of the zombie genre with TORMENT. This is a dark and devious post-apocalypting thrill-ride!" (Jonathan Maberry, New York Times Best-selling author of Patient Zero and Rot & Ruin)
"Torment is a nightmarish descent through Armageddon. With barely a pause for breath, Bishop drags you out of normality, straight into the depths of a devastated post-apocalyptic landscape. Surreal and extraordinary locations, grotesque characters and outlandish events rise up from the devastated ashes of the familiar in this startlingly original horror novel. Dreamlike, disturbing and never predictable, once you start reading, you won't want to put it down." (David Moody, author of Hater, Dog Blood, and the Autumn Series)
"Jeremy Bishop explodes onto the zombie scene with Torment, a thought-provoking gorefest that turns the genre on its head. Both shocking and riveting, this is a debut novel that leaves the reader hungry for more." (Steven Savile, number one best-selling author of Primeval and Silver)

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Most Helpful

What a load of drivel

I feel the author of this novel is either on some mind altering drugs or has serious mental health problems! It's almost as if he's cobbled together 4 different books and as a collective it made no sense what's so ever. The whole plot from beginning was unbelievable and getting to the end was agonising. The only redeeming fact was that it was read by RCBray.
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- Nick Gilligan

As the title says, it is a torment to listen to!

The story is what can only be described as random bits of deluded imagination. Not at all scary and certainly not what it says on the tin as FEAR inspiring. I can only say that it was hard going to continue with the story and it must have been a torment for the narrator to read.
However RC Bray does make it listenable, as he is by far one of the best narrators out there.
In summary the story is pish! but well read by RC Bray.
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- sfak107

Book Details

  • Release Date: 13-04-2012
  • Publisher: Breakneck Media