Kill Ratio [NOOK Book]

Overview

The end of America is near.

A plague that kills its victims and resurrects them as flesh-eatig ghouls has decimated the American population, forcing what's left of the government to take shelter underground in the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center in Virginia.

On the West Coast, CIA black ops agent Chad Halverson and a ragtag band of survivors decide to head to ...
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Kill Ratio

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Overview

The end of America is near.

A plague that kills its victims and resurrects them as flesh-eatig ghouls has decimated the American population, forcing what's left of the government to take shelter underground in the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center in Virginia.

On the West Coast, CIA black ops agent Chad Halverson and a ragtag band of survivors decide to head to Washington, DC, to find out if anyone is still in charge, even though Halverson knows that someone in the upper echelons of the government is trying to drone him. Halverson suspects the assassin is a high-level CIA employee. Whoever he is, he has tried to drone Halverson before and will try again. Of that much Halverson is sure.

Halverson and fellow refugees Victoria Brady, Blackfoot Chogan, and Emma Lawson become trapped in Las Vegas by General Quantrill, a militia commandant who runs the strip with an iron hand and has a terrifying secret.

Meanwhile, in the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center, President Cole must decide whether to start nuking his own country in order to save it from the virus that has a hundred percent kill ratio.

Whether America survives or not, it will never be the same.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148121664
  • Publisher: Bryan Cassiday
  • Publication date: 7/9/2013
  • Series: Chad Halverson zombie series, #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 356
  • Sales rank: 1,189,355
  • File size: 839 KB

Meet the Author

Bryan Cassiday is the author of the Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse series, which includes in numerical order "Zombie Maelstrom," "Zombie Necropolis," "Sanctuary in Steel," "Kill Ratio," and "Poxland." He also writes horror short stories and thrillers. He lives in Southern California near the beach, because zombies can't swim.
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  • Posted April 11, 2014

    Highly recommend!

    Loved this series! Can't wait for the next book. :)

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  • Posted March 23, 2014

    more from this reviewer

    Scared the crap out of my boyfriend with the cover! Disclaimer:

    Scared the crap out of my boyfriend with the cover!

    Disclaimer: I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

    It's actually happened: the zombie apocalypse is among us. Caused by a virus spreading exponentially through the population, it looks
    like there's no end in sight. Chad Halverson, however, is going to do his best to make it out alive. See, he knows exactly how this all
    started, and the government--his own co-workers, in fact--want him dead for that knowledge. Meanwhile, the President and his council
    are holed up in Mount Weather, ready to make some chilling decisions that will affect the entire world. Who will win, who will lose, and
    will we ever be the same again?

    I thought this was a captivating book. The characters are intriguing; the story is one that could eventually happen, what in this day of
    germ warfare and other craziness; and the general tone of the book is depressing but hopeful at the same time. Jumping back and
    forth between Chad's group and those at Mount Weather was a very neat concept, as you could see what was REALLY going on in the
    world versus what the government fat-cats could see and were debating about. That group in itself was great; I felt like that's exactly
    what would happen in a situation like this, and the ongoing tension and escalating tempers were just perfect.

    I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good zombie story, but also for those who want to know just what the government
    would do in this situation. I believe it's depicted quite accurately; will you?

    4 stars

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