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NOMAD -- Dark SciFi like Alien or Event Horizon -- by Jamie Nash 
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Hey everyone! I'm a screenwriter turned novelist. I've done a bunch of indy horror (VHS2, LOVELY MOLLY, EXISTS, etc).

My new sci-fi thriller NOMAD is now on Amazon.

amazon.com/Nomad-Jamie-Nash-ebook/dp/B0 ... d=&sr=

A dark sci-fi thriller in the vein of Alien or John Carpenter's The Thing...

She wakes up drowning, escapes from a watery canister into a deathtrap of fiery corridors and exploding machinery.

Somehow, she’s in space.

She can’t remember her name or why she’s here.

Her mind is a mixed-up Rubik’s cube of fuzzy memories.

But she knows that spaceships don’t exist, and if they did ordinary girls like her don’t belong on them.

And there’s something else. She’s not alone.

Someone or something lurks in the shadows.

And it wants her dead…

NOMAD is the tale of an ordinary 1980's girl who wakes up in the middle of space opera.

Jamie Nash, the writer of horror films like V/H/S/2, Lovely Molly, Exists and Altered brings this science fiction horror that's part space opera slasher and part mind-bending mystery and part MTV-Generation (Stranger Things/Ready Player One) nostalgia-fest.



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