Amber Entertainment has signed a partnership with prolific paranormal novelist Sherrilyn Kenyon to develop and produce her titles as films, television and webisodes, reports Variety.
First project to be developed is “Chronicles of Nick,” based on the young adult series. In the first book, “Infinitiy,” 14-year-old Nick Gautier discovers that the football team has been turned into zombies, sets out to stop the attacks and learns he has a key role in an unseen world.
Kenyon has penned more than 60 novels and topped the New York Times bestseller list 15 times in the past three years. Her “Dark-Hunter” vampire series has sold over 22 million copies and been adapted into a manga published by St. Martins, while her Lords of Avalon novels have been adapted by Marvel comics.
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