In Naming of Parts, Jack and his family fled the zombie plague to find his sister. Jack's mother died, and his sister was already infected. Grief-stricken, alone, Jack and his father headed for the coast.
In Changing of Faces, were-creatures attacked the beached cruise liner which they had dared call home. Jack's father was swept out to sea in a life-raft, and Jack lay dying in the sands.
Now, the world has moved on. The few people who remain huddle in small communities or wander the landscape as Walkers. Mad, murderous wraiths haunt the overgrown towns. And when Jack hears rumours of his father, he embarks on one final journey to reunite what is left of his family.
Moving, melancholy, terrifying, Shifting of Veils completes the Apocalypse Trilogy in chilling form.
Tim Lebbon (born 1969) is a horror and dark fantasy writer, and a judge at the 2005 World Fantasy Convention.
Tim Lebbon was born in London. His short story "Reconstructing Amy" won the Bram Stoker Award for Short Fiction in 2001 and his novel Dusk won the 2007 August Derleth Award from the British Fantasy Society for best novel of the year. His novelisation of the movie 30 Days of Night became a New York Times bestseller and won a Scribe Award in 2008. Tim lived in Devon until he was eight and then in Newport until the age of 26. He now lives in Goytre, Monmouthshire with his wife and two children.