"Jonathan Janz does several things immaculately well in Savage Species, primarily crafting high-octane action sequences and creating antagonists that you can easily hate in the span of only a few short paragraphs...Overall, Savage Species delivered the goods." - High Fever Books
Jesse thinks he’s caught a break when he, Emma (the girl of his dreams), and her friend are assigned by their newspaper to cover the opening weekend of a sprawling new state park. But the construction of the park has stirred an evil that has lain dormant for nearly a hundred years, and the three young people—as well as every man, woman, and child unlucky enough to be attending the Algonquin Falls grand opening—are about to encounter the most horrific creatures to ever walk the earth.
FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launching in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
Jonathan Janz is the author of more that fifteen novels and numerous shorter works. Since debuting in 2012, Jonathan’s work has been lauded by Booklist, Publishers Weekly, The Library Journal, and many others. He lives in West Lafayette, Indiana. Jonathan Janz grew up between a dark forest and a graveyard, which explains everything. Brian Keene named his debut novel The Sorrows “the best horror novel of 2012.”
"Jonathan Janz does several things immaculately well in Savage Species, primarily crafting high-octane action sequences and creating antagonists that you can easily hate in the span of only a few short paragraphs...Overall, Savage Species delivered the goods."
– High Fever Books
“Savage Species is an unapologetic gorefest that will satisfy all your monster needs.”
– Not Another Book Blogger
"This is a creature feature at its best [...] Savage Species is an action-packed, violent, gruesome and absolutely awesome horror story."
– Yolanda Sfetsos Blog
"The carnage starts somewhere towards the back-end of Part One and never lets up for the duration of the novel. Blood and guts galore! I loved all the chaos and mayhem our band of survivors go through."
– Cemetery Dance
"This is properly , balls to the wall, horror fiction at its best- reminiscent of early James Herbert mixed with a little Shaun Hutson and finished with a sprinking of Richard Laymon."
– Rachel Read It
"This is hard, biting horror which grips from the get go and will leave you trembling in anticipation for the next enthrallment."