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Publisher's Summary

Surviving is easy. It's the next part, living, that's hard.

Zombies. It is seven months since the outbreak. The world is in ruins. Britain is a radioactive wasteland peopled by the undead. The few survivors cling to the hope that they might wake up tomorrow. For most, that is all they have left. But Nilda has something more, the chance that her son is alive.

She and Chester set out from Penrith, searching for her son. During the journey, Nilda learns more about this self-confessed criminal, Radio Free England, the conspiracy behind the outbreak, and how Chester was involved in it all. As they near Hull, she realises it is too late to change her traveling companion. She will need his help to escape the zombie infested city, and find her son.

Fleeing from the last remnant of the old government, Tuck and Jay head south in search for survivors. When they rescue a wounded man, their quest becomes one for medical supplies. That leads them to a rooftop city, and to the realization that surviving out in the wasteland is easy compared to forging a new life from the wreckage of the old civilization.

©2015 Frank Tayell (P)2016 Frank Tayell

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  • Wade
  • Modesto, CA
  • 11-25-17

Puttering Out

Not worth the credits for the small serialized parts. The beginning of the series showed promise mainly because the characters were likable. But it started to meander and just kind of get boring.

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Big WOW!

This book is good because Nilda has to try and find her son Jay who got lost in zombies.