Children of the New Disorder, a new novellette by Tim Lebbon and Lindy Moore, is now in stock here at Creeping Hemlock Press.
An age ago, the children stopped coming. The priests’ promise of a curative kept the fury and misery at bay, for a time. Then the airships passed over and dropped their antidote. A relieved people drank it up like a mist of ambrosia.
Marooned and hopeless, Chaylie and her family escaped the horrors that followed, only to return to a land plagued by the tragic and the bizarre.
They appear in the night. Deformed. Mewling. Inhuman. And it’s Chaylie’s job to destroy them in great and blistering heaps. But the living nightmares can only be thrust aside, never defeated. And what if one of them were to survive?
Children of the New Disorder is a chilling vision, a frightening fever dream from the minds of Tim Lebbon and Lindy Moore. Paired with the refreshing voice of a pseudonymous YA fantasy writer, Lebbon’s lauded prose has become unexpectedly daring in this spellbinding apocalyptic tale of the horrors both around and within us.
Children of the New Disorder is a tight, quick read, but what it lacks in length it makes up for in substance. With just a few broad strokes, Lebbon and Moore do an amazing job of creating a fully formed picture of a society collapsing in on itself.... A winner.
-Blu Gilliand, Dark Scribe Magazine
For free shipping, order Children of the New Disorder direct at creepinghemlock.com. It can also be purchased from Horror Mall, Camelot Books, Ziesing Books, the Overlook Connection Bookstore and others. Ask your preferred retailer about ordering.
Signed/numbered edition, limited to 450 copies -- black genuine leather, two-color foil embossing, several full-page illustrations, illustrated color endsheets: $35. Order
Lettered edition -- red genuine leather, case and price TBD
We're waiting on materials for the lettered edition's case but will have details on that shortly. You may make your reservation now for the lettered simply by emailing us with "Children lettered reservation" in your subject line.