Wilders Trilogy

Wilders: The Complete Trilogy

1) Stay inside between dusk and dawn.


2) Close and lock the copper and silver screens.


3) Report anyone suspected of infection immediately


**The Ebook price of 2.99 is for a limited time only - on May 9th, the 1 year anniversary of "Wilders" publishing as a stand alone novella, the price will go to 4.99 and stay there.**

This volume contains all three books in the beloved Half-Pocalypse young adult series, "Wilders." This series follows the world through the outbreak of a blood based virus, and looks at how the world changes - and how humans adapt. Filled with strong, likeable female characters and the coolest cat in fiction - the Wilders trilogy will keep you on the edge of your seat.


The Change:

Partying too much, picking fights with her Mom... Holly's senior year of high school has become a bit of a mess. She has no idea what she wants to do next year and she's sick of the pressure to have a plan. When she's shipped off to spend some time in Chicago with her Aunt Miranda, she starts to feel more like herself.

But, Holly's about to have bigger problems. The world is on the brink of a viral outbreak that will change the way humans live for years to come. It begins in all the major cities. People are changing into crazed animals, impervious to pain. Nobody knows why.


Wilders:

The forest behind Renna's home is dark and dense. It holds more secrets than she knows. Having grown up in the half-pocalypse, a world balancing against the tide of a blood-borne virus, Renna knows the rules by heart:

1) Stay inside between dusk and dawn.

2) Close and lock the copper and silver screens.

3) Report anyone suspected of infection immediately.

Now, at seventeen, Renna will have to survive against the rules.

- An unprecedented attack.

- A strange boy with copper eyes.

Can Renna survive the darkness to save the people she loves?


Consequences:

The virus is morphing and moving fast. Wilders aren't following the three rules anymore. Nobody is safe.

Running low on supplies while waiting for a response from their plea for help, the camp in the Adirondak forest can't wait any longer. Emerson is selected to lead a supply run on what should be a short trip into town. With the world sliding dangerously close to a full apocalypse, his team will have to make hazardous decisions.

Back in the camp, help arrives. But the form it takes is unexpected. Renna doesn't know who to trust. Or how she'll survive.

Bold choices always have consequences. Now it's time to face them.


Praise for the Wilders series from Amazon Reviewers:


"The premise of this was incredible in of itself: An apocalypse that doesn't exactly spell doom for humanity but also forces society to work around the threat of zombies. I can forgive the book for leaving me wanting more because a good book is supposed to evoke that sense of longing! Man, just the writing alone was endearing with characters that don't have static traits but grow along with the situations and people that they find themselves with. The world isn't thrown at you in long, drawn-out paragraphs, it's delicately, subtly given to you organically just through dialogue and immediate locations. I. Need. More."


"I love a well-written young adult novel, and this is certainly that. Brimming with well-formed, likable characters this quick read is fast-paced and highly imaginative. As with The Hunger Games, Cass Kim writes with great thought and details to the point you lose yourself in this half-pocalypse world. "

"This is a wonderful, tension-filled, well-written, quick read. Wilders will hook you from the beginning as Renna, the MC, is a normal, average teenager trying to survive in an abnormal world with a virus that has no cure and can kill you. She follows the rules set forth by the government so that she and her family plus her cat Tim Tam live through each night. But, she is a teenager with teenage desires of spending time with friends at a party at night - something that she has never been able to do. You will root for Renna and her family as the city is put on lockdown when there is an attack of the Wilders [those exposed to the virus] at a nightclub where Renna's brother was playing music. The action sequences are terrifying as you understand how dire the situation is for Renna and the life/death decisions that she has to make. I loved the world building - which was very realistic and even the science around the disease was interesting. Highly recommend!"


"The three books of this series, The Change, Wilders, and Consequences make up one of my favorite YA trilogies. The author writes lively prose and the pages blur as they go past. I've always been particularly impressed with the depth and nuance of the characters in these books, the depth of the world, and the pace of the story."