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Congrats to Our “Killer Species” Winners!

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THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Congrats to the following folks, who each won a copy of Michael P. Spradlin’s new book, Killer Species #1: Menace From the Deep!

Sharon K., Wausau, Wis.

Ifeanyi A., Belleville, N.J. 

RJ E., Portland, Ore.

Dylan S., Lewiston, Me.

Conner H., Cocoa, Fla.

Daniel A., Seven Fields, Pa.  

Asa M., Egg Harbor Township, N.J. 

Mike E., Grand Ledge, Mich.

Brett S., Reading, Mass.

Nicolas D., Katy, Texas

Here’s the synopsis:

Emmet Doyle is not in the best mood when he arrives in Florida City. His father is a wildlife biologist, and has been summoned to the Everglades, dragging Emmet along with him. Though still in mourning from losing his mom a year ago, Emmet’s trying hard to keep a good attitude.

Upon their arrival, however, things quickly get weird. Dr. Rosalita Geaux, the Park Superintendent, wastes no time in revealing the reason she called Emmet’s father to Florida. A strange creature was recently found dead in the park, and upon seeing it, it becomes clear to everyone that this is not a native species. This is man-made.

Deep in the swamp, someone has been experimenting to create a new breed of apex predator. And they’re about to set them loose.

You can buy a copy of the book HERE.

14 Comments on Congrats to Our “Killer Species” Winners!

  1. sounds epic

  2. Sounds pretty sweet.

  3. @Boys Life, I tried to enter, and it won’t accept any of my emails, claiming they’re invalid. I have used them all n the past 2 days and know they aren’t. What should I do about this?

    • Clay Swartz // July 31, 2013 at 3:17 pm // Reply

      Hmmm. Are you sure you’re entering it correctly? Make sure that there are no spaces. If you want, enter your email in this comment section and I will enter it for you. No one else will see your email address, so it will remain private.

      • @Clay it still won’t let me enter, thanks for the help!

      • Clay Swartz // July 31, 2013 at 5:07 pm //

        Hey, Potato. It worked for me. Try again tomorrow, but just enter the first part of your email. Not the part that says: “mailto”

  4. whats the age appropriateness of this book boyslife???????????

    • Clay Swartz // August 1, 2013 at 1:16 pm // Reply

      Hey, indyfreak. It’s appropriate for anyone over 8 or 9. It’s not a horror book, just has some scary animal situations.

  5. @Clay, Thanks! It worked for me today. :)

  6. I think it sounds like an interesting horror series with adventure and mystery.

  7. WHO WON?

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