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Publisher's Summary

It's been a little over one year since the outbreak. Has it gotten better? Not really.
The zombies are slowly disappearing. But are they hibernating? Becoming inanimate? Rotting and decomposing? We don't know.
People haven't changed. Well, let me change that. They have changed. For the worse. The remaining population seems to think they are owed something. So, instead of rebuilding, they steal, kill, rape and pillage.
The world we live in now is one where you have to fight or die. There are no exceptions. The only thing we can do is continue on and try to rebuild.
©2016 Ann Riley (P)2017 Ann Riley
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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 11-04-17

GREAT

great story. I could visualize the events as they unfolded. great attention to detail. loved it

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4 out of 5 stars
By Harry on 04-12-17

Walking dead meets z nation

Story line was good moved along at a good pace. My only suggestion would be to add more detail of surroundings for the reader to picture the story better.
The performance was good,but main character a southern farm woman sounds more like a well articulated yuppie from Atlanta than a farmer.
All things considered I liked it and would read/listen to more of this series.

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