GREGG HURWITZ is a New York Times bestselling thriller author. His novels, including They're Watching, Trust No One, The Crime Writer, Troubleshooting, and Orphan X, have been shortlisted for numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists, and have been translated into over two dozen languages. He is also a New York Times bestselling comic book writer, having penned stories for Marvel and DC. Additionally, he's written screenplays for many major studios and written, developed, and produced television for various networks. Hurwitz resides in Los Angeles.
"A brilliant, terrifying, rule-breaking reimagining of the zombie novel. Hurwitz pulls no punches and takes no prisoners."--Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin "Gregg Hurwitz is a writer's writer, fast on his feet, quick with the perfect turn of phrase. The Rains is one of those all-too-creepy-and-believable stories that leaves you looking in your backyard for the next strange weed to poke through the ground. Chilling!"--Ridley Pearson, New York Times bestselling author "The Rains is a fearsome exploration of survival that turns the horrors of the natural world into our worst nightmares. Readers will hold their breath for the whole adrenaline-packed, terrifying ride. Biological sci-fi at its best."--Lydia Kang, author of Control "The alien-zombie mashup that science-fiction fans won't want to miss. The novel's ultimate cliffhanger ending is a satisfying conclusion of intrigue and suspense and will leave readers wanting more. Alex, a major character and Patrick's girlfriend, is a blond, white girl and a feminist force to be reckoned with. This zombie-esque sci-fi novel will feed the needs of readers looking for a fast-paced, adrenaline-pumping story with elements of horror."--Kirkus Reviews "Best-selling author of adult thrillers Hurwitz turns to YA alien invasion in this suspenseful series starter. Modest, hard-working Chance, who narrates through diary entries, worships his lionhearted brother and will do anything to save him; their deeply caring relationship gives the action emotional intensity. Chance's transformation into a determined, selfless hero is well-earned. The aliens' full-scale plan is terrifying and viscerally repellent. Readers with a 5th Wave-shaped hole in their sf-loving hearts will rejoice. Best-seller Hurwitz has proven he knows how to hook an adult audience. Expect his YA debut to have the same effect on teens."--Booklist "In his first book for teens, Hurwitz crafts a tense, disturbing tale that's simultaneously a story driven by brotherly love and the determination to survive against impossible odds. It's a grim affair, the fight scenes brutal and visceral, and the cliffhanger ending will have readers desperate for answers."--Publishers Weekly