“The city was burning…”Ten years ago, a biological weapon was detonated in Washington D.C. killing 99.9% of the United States population. The survivors of the fallout live in the town of New Hope, protected by a corrupt government, from the victims that didn’t die…the infected. Today is the day that Samantha Albright will learn that all of this is a lie.
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Review from Amazon: It’s a zombie story without a zombie in sight. It’s set three hundred years in the future or maybe it’s right now. Damned if I know. What I do know is this is one hell of a cool ride. It starts pretty quickly and never loses momentum. The two main characters are easy to root for and the main villain is very easy to hate. There are no shades of gray (fifty or otherwise) in this world Cronan has created. You’re on one side or the other and the line between the two is very clearly dilineated. There’s a very Alan Moore-esque feel to this and it kept me turning the pages. This deserves your time.