Soldier, High Schooler, Martial Arts Instructor, Convict, Bank Teller, Mechanic. Pick from 6 characters and experience 100 possible endings. Who will survive the Zombie Apocalypse? YOU decide in PATHOGENS!
At the end of each chapter, click your choice and the story automatically evolves around your decisions.
Zombocalypse, you say? That’s right. Science has finally cracked the code on eternal life with the wonderdrug Gligazyme ® but that advance came with a terrible price–the immortal living dead are coming to feed on human flesh.
What readers are saying about PATHOGENS:
★★★★★ “I love Schannep’s humor and wit and his storytelling in general. I felt like I was right there in the middle of it all… I am a fan for life.”
★★★★★ “I’ve spent the majority of my life studying people and why they do what they do. I feel like Pathogens allows the reader to get inside each characters’ head and see why they make certain choices, all while making choices for the character as the reader.”
★★★★★ “I couldn’t stop reading it once I started. I’m a longtime fan of Choose Your Own Adventures and this fully recreates the magic of that series.”
What is a Click Your Poison book?
Gamebooks, Interactive Fiction, Branching Path Stories, Text-based Adventures, Choose Your Own… Whatever you call it, I write tales in many different genres with many, many endings. And you, Dear Reader, determine how these novels unfold. Darker, longer, and more complex than the old children’s paperbacks, Click Your Poison books are the future of decision-based reading. Simply click the hyperlinked choice, and the story unfolds before you, different each time.
James Schannep is an American novelist and screenwriter who has received numerous awards and placements for his work. His first screenplay was optioned in 2011 and the Click Your Poison series was launched September, 2012 with the flagship book INFECTED. A United States Air Force Academy graduate with a degree in English, Schannep left the service honorably to write full time. He has personally stopped three zombie outbreaks without raising national attention.James Schannep