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The Symbiot Trilogy Available on Amazon!

The Lovecraftian-horror, the Symbiot -Trilogy is now available in its totality through Amazon!

With nearly a thousand pages of material, this trilogy is now available at 25% off retail in-store prices!

This collection includes:

1) The Symbiot 30th Anniversary, The Nadia Edition

"One man's musical passion leads on a temporal hunt through a Lovecraftian world on a collision course with extinction! Reminiscent with Guy de Maupassant's The Horla." 'Seph Sayers

"Devoted music enthusiast and accomplished pianist, Lorne S. Gibbons, realizes the grim truth regarding a long lost and forbidden music as an evil entity is unleashed which threatens all existing life of Earth. As a crescendo of unknowable forces prepare to wipe out anyone in their way, Lorne and Veronica begin a race against complete annihilation. With little reinforcements, Lorne and Veronica have to fight against the god-aspiring creature to avoid further bloodshed. However, when godly power collides with humanity, the results are devastating." Joshua Hubley

"In The Symbiot, Weatherall has created a spine chilling tale reminiscent of the style of Stephen King." TDC Book Reviews

“I noticed that some compare him to Stephen King but I have to say, he is better... I devoured the book in one sitting and it left me wanting more!” Codi Jeffreys, Lite 98.5 FM

“H.P. Lovecraft has new competition. Michel Weatherall is brilliant at creepy, psychological horror.” Corvid Moon Publishing

“Lovecraftian atmosphere and themes at their best. Michel Weatherall is a master of this style of horror - he’ll keep you up all night reading, then for days just thinking about it.” Apt. 613's Laurie Stewart, Author

​Cover Model: Mary Elin Moore Original photograph by Angela Holmyard Photography

2) Necropolis

Woven throughout this entire literary piece are the stories of characters forgotten from the original novella, The Symbiot. Written as three separate pieces, following 6 story lines set in 3 different ages, Necropolis is intricate storytelling!

The first piece tells the story of the fall and demise of the ancient Egyptian man-god, Pharaoh Nyarlathotep.

The second brings us back to the characters we left in the previous book, ten years later. The promises hinted at in The Hunt do not disappoint and come to fruition in Necropolis, with full blown Lovecraftian-mythos monsters!

It has been a decade since The Hunt and the Gibbons' children are humanity's last hope!

Necropolis spans three millennia - from Pharaoh Nyarlathotep's genesis and demise, to the discovery of the derelict Japanese Destroyer, the Yamayuki, to the world shattering rising of R'lyeh!

The world is at its end. R'lyeh has risen Cthulhu's high priest has awoken! Iä! Iä! Cthulhu Fhtagn!

3) The Refuse Chronicles

The final installment in The Symbiot Trilogy, The Refuse Chronicles is a collection of sorrowful novelettes revisiting lost & forgotten secondary characters throughout the series; the human debris and fallout of the catastrophic events of Necropolis.

The world has changed since The Event. It will never be the same. Ancient and forgotten Cults stir in the darkness. The UNCGSC desperately prepares for a war they know is inevitable.

Tamara Takahara – Tamara Gibbons – the last Symbiocyst returns; the consequences obliterating.

The Machine searches for humanity's only hope and salvation. Titanic forces are in motion, their collision unavoidable.

The Event may have changed the world, but the fallout has yet to come.

All will be gambled. All will be lost. Be prepared. There is no tomorrow.

A true homage to Lovecraft and the Weird Fiction genre. Witness the rise of a truly vicious and lethal villain the likes of whichwe've never seen in the entire Symbiot-Series.

It's modern-tech vs ancient forgotten evil. It's Lovecraft with teeth and bullets!

Murder. Mystery. Sci-fi. Ghost story. Subtle comedy. Traditional monster-story. Action. Historic. Spiritual. This anthology of assorted novelettes runs a complete gamut as they weave together to bring this series to its final and brutal conclusion!

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