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This Booklife Prize in Fiction semifinalist invites you to experience the days leading up to the zombie apocalypse.

Stormy Theo survives her first encounter with the Supervirus, but her boyfriend, Matt, is directly exposed to it. Grief devastates her as the virus consumes the person Matt once was and leaves behind a depraved monster. Propelled by pure anger, Stormy does what any lover wants to do, but no normal person actually does. She assembles a small team of survivors and goes after the organization known as Cold World. The organization that is infecting the masses and gearing up to jump-start the apocalypse. Can Stormy cripple Cold World or will her inner turmoil work in their favor?

©2016 Staten & Cross Press (P)2017 Beacon Audiobooks

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Author failed at research

After 9/11, many security procedures came into practice. One such practice is security passwords for high-level buildings such as hospitals, court and police buildings, and several different types of high-rise facilities. Even my small town hospital has these procedures. It is where if a lockdown has been initiated security must give a certain password to cancel the lockdown and the flimsy excuse of "accidentally hit the button my bad" doesn't work. Yes there is a certain level of suspension of belief in fiction writing but that only goes so far. Author really needs to do more research to give their story a better chance of being plausible and enjoyable to the readers.