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With a fresh literary voice and an otherworldly perspective, M. Frederic Jennings has splashed into the horror genre of contemporary fiction with his latest blood soaked tome, "And the Dead Shall Rise." Udo Henkman is a man who has made his way to heaven, only to forlornly discover, his family hasn't. So what went wrong? Try the fact that after Udo's early exit from the earthly realm, his wife and son rebel against the Lord they all use to worship together and plunge into sinful waywardness. His youngest, a little girl and the apple of Udo's eye, hasn't yet, but as with the rest of the family, now an even greater obstacle has presented itself in the form of a worldwide, extinction level earthquake. And worse yet, set free in the cataclysm from their earthen dungeons at the same time are Satan, his demonic lieutenants and hordes of zombies to serve them. So the race is on, can Udo, sent back to Earth in his perfected, superhuman heavenly form make it to his family before the King of Evil does? And more important, are there also much greater prizes at stake, as it soon becomes apparent that even God and Jesus are all in on this project too, and although the quake was an extinction level event, can just a remnant survive and possibly carry on?
M. Frederic Jennings is on a mission from God. Literally. Supernaturally, the Holy Spirit came crashing into his bedroom one morning as he lay in bed after working his night shift as a nurse at a nearby hospital. Mark was not a Christian at the time and had only tuned his bedside clock radio to a station playing old-time church music for help getting to sleep. The only problem was, after playing only a song or two, the station next featured a Bible reading segment. While under, "The hearing of the word," as the good book so succinctly puts it, the other worldly visitation by God's spiritual essence took place. Slowly but surely over the next few years he not only figured out what had happened to him, but also began processing and documenting the incredibly vivid and strange, yet hopefully also meaningful and entertaining visions, characters and story ideas that have come to fill the half dozen or so manuscripts he has completed in that same span of time. "The Lord will take you into realms others cannot and dare not go," were words of prophecy spoken over Mark in a home Bible study group dedicated to the development of the spiritual gifts. In his latest work, "And the Dead Shall Rise," a Christian zombie apocalypse tale, the new and fresh voiced horror novelist does just that. Care to come along?