Also by Ricky Fleet
In a society with few guns, how can people hope to survive the endless waves of zombies that seek to consume every living thing? With ingenuity, planning and everyday materials, the group forge their way and strike back at the Hellspawn legions.
For centuries, the ground has been laid for an evil as old as time to take ascendancy over our realm. Promises of limitless power seduce the hearts and minds of the corrupt, securing their cooperation in the heinous scheme. Using their malign influence, the collaborators operate in the shadows, gathering money and positions of power to usher in the end of days. With their plans nearing fruition, the forces of Hell are on the verge of being unleashed upon our world. Only one man stands in the way of Armageddon; he just doesn’t know it yet.
Malachi has been plagued with horrific nightmares since adolescence. With every step humanity takes towards the precipice of eternal damnation, they worsen. Observing atrocities carried out by abominable creatures not of this world, he fears for his failing sanity.



A gift from the stars crashes to Earth, ushering a golden age of human cooperation. The genetic secrets in the pods eradicate Cancer, HIV, even the common cold with a single pill. The jubilation is short lived when the horrific truth reveals itself. The cellular changes wrought by the treatment continue, and degenerate. Global efforts to halt the rapidly mutating victims fail. Breaking free, the creatures spread their contagion with teeth and claws; tearing, ravaging, devouring.

Raymond is one of life’s perpetual victims. Downtrodden. Bullied. Unable to rise above mediocrity. A nobody among nobodies.


Raymond’s London neighbourhood is a festering pit of evil, the unfortunate souls living there are little more than prisoners in their own homes. Thugs, rapists, murderers, all operating with near impunity against the innocents of the city. Drugs flow like water. Violence is rife. Disappearances are commonplace.


All that is about to change.





An impending apocalypse. An opportunity to prevent it. The challenge? Earn humanity's survival by saving fantastical worlds from their own destruction. Simple, huh?

The vast comet should have destroyed us...

When it slowed, then landed, everything we thought we knew about the universe changed. And for Mark, things just got far stranger, and much more dangerous.

They came from another dimension, condemning our selfish, greedy ways, but sensing in us a potential to change. So when they chose Mark as a volunteer in their deadly trials to save the human race, how could he say no?

Join him on his quest for loot, levels, and powerful abilities. He'll need them all as he fights in kingdoms large and small, battling demons and dinosaurs, vampires and robots, orcs and... fairies?

For Mark, the price of saving the planet looks to be a world of hurt. Maybe he would've been better off if the comet hadn't landed so softly, after all?

I thoroughly enjoyed that, the best book I've read in a long time. I was completely absorbed from start to finish and can't wait to read the next installment. The plot is great and the writing style is fantastic, a perfect balance between an intriguing story and gaming stats that provide enhancement without distracting from the action. Eager to see what happens next to Mark! * * * * *