The brutal, heart-stopping prequel to the best-selling Zombie D.O.A. Series, a series fans are calling, "as good as The Walking Dead."
On a beautiful early-fall evening, a couple is attacked in Times Square by a seemingly deranged vagrant. An ER unit is dispatched to the scene and returns to the emergency room with two victims, one seriously injured, the other dead on arrival.
Or so they think.
The prequel to the Zombie D.O.A. series follows the events leading up to a deadly zombie epidemic, as a seemingly routine ER call spirals quickly out of control - with deadly results.
One day the world will end. Someone has to tell the story, right? JJ Zep is a musician and author who describes himself as a vegetarian, horror-and-fantasy-fiction-loving heretic and a citizen of nowhere.
His twisted post-apocalyptic tales will frighten, enthrall and entertain you. They'll creep you out and make you laugh and maybe even get you to shed a tear or two.
You'll find heart-stopping action and gore a plenty, if that's your thing. But you'll also find humanity, heroes and heart. After all, stories (even one's about the end of the world) are ultimately about people.
I've really liked the stories Mr. Zep has been putting out. This one had action right from the beginning and kept the reader hanging on, really making you get into the storyline.
If you are into reading zombie books, you will definitely love this series! I highly recommend this to anyone!
This is first time reading books from this author, I really enjoyed his writing, I've already purchased his other books. Can't wait to start book one...
Wow....finished this FAST and immediately grabbing book 2!
The action at the beginning pulls you straight into the story. Looking forward to reading the next book very soon.
Good, scary telling of a new epidemic of zombie virus. You're in someone's shoes while he figures out what's going on. I actually jumped a few times. Looking forward to the next step
It was extremely enthralling!! If I could change one thing about it, it would be to make it longer. There's nothing wrong with a great short read every now and then. Great job JJ