PHASE ONE INFECTION: CADDIS INITIATIVE BOOK ONE tentacle body horror medical thriller by Cassie Carnage on Booksprout

PHASE ONE INFECTION: CADDIS INITIATIVE BOOK ONE tentacle body horror medical thriller

Cassie Carnage

4.6 Stars
From 5 Reviews

There’s something in the water. It’s making people sick. Everything is changing. Everyone is changing. The whole world is becoming something else. Something alien. Something terrifying. Something deadly.

The infection is spreading and altering everything it comes into contact with; people, animals, plants, nothing is safe from its invisible grasp.

Becca Espinoza’s entire life changes overnight. The whole world is becoming something beyond her wildest imagination, and worse than her darkest nightmares.

Tentacled slime spewing horrors from beneath the sea are heaving upon the shores of New Jersey. They’re spreading a deadly infection, a contagion that kills the strong, and mutates the weak into mind numbing monstrosities.

It starts with sores that are filled with black thread-like worms. Headaches, vomiting, and fever follow. Shortly after, your body is completely infested with parasites, and you die. Those who survive this infection find themselves swiftly turning into something more than human and utterly alien to the world as we know it.

Will Becca survive long enough to find her girlfriend and get her to safety? Or is everyone living in their coastal town doomed?

In this brutal, gore filled, fast paced, mutant creature feature novella, a butch lesbian plumber faces off with monsters created by science run amok. Inspired by old school horror and medical thriller movies like The Thing and Outbreak.

General Horror General Science Fiction Paranormal Romance
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A fast-paced thrill ride infested with nightmarish creatures!

by Jason E. Berry

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The most amazing thing to me about this story is that Cassie Carnage was asked to write it! (Thank you, Kelsea, for asking Cassie to write you a story. You must be thrilled at this outcome. I know that I am!)

I will start off by saying that Cassie immediately connects you with her characters which, with this kind of "tension-filled" story, pays off in full, as you will be concerned for each character's welfare.

Another aspect worth mentioning are Cassie's creatures - they are truly the *stuff of nightmares!* (If I ever hear of a fish-to-human disease, I am staying far, far away!)

With all of that said, I am definitely looking forward to *Phase Two: Invasion* which can't come soon enough!

Before I go, I do want to point out the $5 price tag on this one, for those who may be hesitant. That price seems a little steep to me, for a 100+ pages novella, but I will say that you do get your money's worth!

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Caddis Initiative grabs your interest right out of the gate! Within the first few pages you already know there's something very wrong, very horrendous taking over the human race. Phase One Infection has me wanting more from Cassie's twisted mind!

by MzKatMac

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Stuff of nightmares

by Andy Rosebrook

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Very original story that takes the reader on a wild ride. Some great characters thrust into a nightmare. Couldn't put it down.

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Slimy

by Ginka

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I read an arc. Well written interesting concept for this Sci fi story. Gripping and interesting

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Worth the read

by Melanie

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I read this one out of interest from the synopsis. It wa definitely worth the read. It was also a very fast read, left than 150 pages and left me wanting to read more. It's definitely well written with some interesting characters and plot points.