The mystery virus struck down millions. Three days later, its victims awoke with a single violent purpose: spread the Infection. As the world lurched toward the apocalypse, some of the Infected continued to change, transforming into horrific monsters. America's far-flung military has returned home to wage a horrific war against its own country, engaged in a fierce battle to retake Washington, DC.
Two hundred miles away, Ray Young, survivor of a fight to save a refugee camp from hordes of Infected fleeing the burning ruins of Pittsburgh, awakes from a coma to learn he has also survived Infection. But this is no miracle. Ray is not immune. Instead, he has been transformed into a super-weapon that could end the world ... or save it.
In The Killing Floor, Craig DiLouie's chilling apocalyptic vision portrayed in The Infection continues, presenting a nightmarish struggle for survival like no other.
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Great Action! Great story!!!
The sequel to The Infection is far better than the first in the series. The clicks of survivors, the military, the zombies, and monsters are now after ONE man. Some want to kill him, some want to follow him, and some want his blood to end the infection. It seems most everyone has lost their minds and irrational acts of survival seem to pop up in all groups. Gory, terrifying, and ACTION PACKED this was not a let down...I LOOK FORWARD TO BOOK THREE.
YES... I tried but life got in the way!!! LOL
- Amanda H.
MUCH better than the first book.
This one is much better. In "The Infection", book 1 of this series, he was absolutely dreadful. It's hard to believe this performance is by the same person, it's drastically better.
Still has plot holes. Gasoline should probably be degraded by now, car batteries shouldn't still be able to turn a car over on the first try. No mention of where all the ammo is coming from, especially the AT and HE rounds. Small arms firing tracer rounds makes no sense - They completely foul out a barrel in short order, unless that's all they could find, but that wasn't mentioned. 800 RPM machine guns under sustained fire for 30+ minutes would melt the barrels.. Little details that a little more research or an editor should have caught.
Still much better than the first book.