The deadly hunt ends in the fourth and final installment of the bestselling Trackers saga…. The mountain town of Estes Park, Colorado is scrambling to recover from the betrayal of two of their police officers, and prepare for threats outside their borders.
They will do everything they can to bring Colton home, and save their citizens, but one thing is certain: a war is coming to Estes Park, and no one will be spared from the horrors. The worst of nature and the worst of science will bring the human race to the brink of extinction…. Master Sergeant Reed Beckham has led his Delta Force Team, codenamed Ghost, through every kind of hell imaginable and never lost a man. When a top secret Medical Corps research facility goes dark, Team Ghost is called in to face their deadliest enemy yet—a variant strain of Ebola that turns men into monsters.
A new threat that will bring humanity to the edge of extinction….
The Sarazen Saga
The dust from Dr. Kate Lovato's bioweapon has settled. Projections put death counts in the billions. Her weapon was supposed to be the endgame, but it turned a small percentage of those infected with the Hemorrhage Virus into something even worse. In the fight for humanity, one final hope remains…. Humans are losing the war. Master Sergeant Reed Beckham and the survivors of 1st Platoon must battle through the tunnels—where they make a grisly discovery.
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Central Command is gone, the military is fractured, and the surviving members of Team Ghost, led by Master Sergeant Reed Beckham, have been pushed to the breaking point. Book five in USA Today bestselling author Nicholas Sansbury Smith's propulsive post-apocalyptic series about a soldier's mission to save the world.
The war to free survivors and eradicate pockets of adult Variants and their offspring is underway by the Unified European Forces. But as the troops push east, rumors of a new type of monster spread through the ranks. Extinction Lost is a short story that should be read after book 6, Extinction Aftermath. The residents of a small Inuit fishing village in Greenland have gone missing and reports of Variants unaffected by Kryptonite have surfaced. In Europe, Master Sergeant Joe Fitzpatrick and Team Ghost return from a mission deep into enemy territory only to find that the Variant army has grown stronger, and they are advancing toward the EUF's stronghold in Paris.
The year is , and the planet is dying. Deadline for submissions will be April 30, Thank you for posting my covers. Your comment made me grin. I hope the readers like what they find beyond the pretties. I appreciate your feedback. That may not excuse its use, but it is the reason it was used.
Tom, thanks for the note. Of course, we design these covers for people who have not read the book The font you used is, in my opinion, not particularly appropriate for a thriller. You are right, when designing the cover, I need to change my mind set to that of a potential reader, and not someone who has already read my story.
Thanks again for the feedback. Thanks so much Joel, for your constructive feedback and encouragement. I have been following and entering this contest every month for a good long while now. I entered this past month the same as always, but this is the first time I do not see my entry in the submissions. Have there been new issues with the entry form?
I got my confirmation email like usual. Should I resubmit the same cover for this month? Mallory, Shelley will contact you separately to try to track this down, sorry for any inconvenience. Thanks, Joel. I was also really impressed by some of the author-designed covers, especially those by Andrea Cefalo and John Freeter. Every Fear really stands out and, overall, I think we had a pretty high level this month. As soon as I send out my next book to the editor, I will do a little redesign, using your advice. Great designs, wonderful artists yet no links to easily locate their web pages. Links to the designers, please.
She did mine Fire in Frost , and everyone tells me they love it. I really enjoyed her covers this month, and look forward to seeing more great work from Clarissa in the future. Is it just me, or do too many of these covers either make the title too hard to read or so glaringly obvious all else is overpowered? My goal is to make the title easily read, even from a distance, and yet have attention drawn to an extremely apt cover image. One idea for a future posting. The one I linked above is a good illustration, although one I hit upon more by luck than skill.
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The result was marvelous. Not only was the text not glaringly white, the resulting silver grey worked beautifully with that fiery red background. It looks like I paid extra for a silver spot color. The only change might have been to elongate i. Crowded is another major no no for covers. This is always my favourite article of your blog Joel. It is wonderfully helpful, with just enough sighs , and keeps me coming back to see what others are up to! That cover captured my attention and made me want to know more about it, which is the ultimate goal.
And the colors on the Son of Tesla cover are amazing! I would have gold starred it or awarded it a win too, and so many other covers. Just proves how our tastes vary. The colours are all wrong. The red at the top clashes with the top of the head, and the yellow and green both clash quite horribly.
Better still would be to pick different colours. The font of the green lettering has potential, but both of the other fonts are horrible, especially the yellow one which basically looks like Arial. Move the figure down a bit, or try to find a font and colour that look good overlapping like that. Cut it out completely and the cover immediately improves.
Thanks for the comments. This yellow font is not Arial, it is Roboto. I thought it would resonate with Android users, since Roboto is native to the Android. I agree with your opinions about lousy color choice for the fonts. However, the authors name is in Norwester.
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Seems to me you recommend League Gothic and Franchise for book covers. So, I thought you would like Norwester. Thanks again. Have to say I really like Active Patience. It is charming as you say and I love the stars. Fire and ice also very good! Your email address will not be published. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.