Sanctuary in Steelby Bryan Cassiday
Fighting for their lives, Halverson and Brady rescue the idealistic Dr. Parnell, the cynical reporter Blake Reno, and the UCSB
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CIA black ops agent Chad Halverson escapes plague- and zombie-ravaged Santa Monica with dress designer Victoria Brady and sets sail up the smoldering California coast straight into the jaws of great white sharks and shoals of zombies.
Fighting for their lives, Halverson and Brady rescue the idealistic Dr. Parnell, the cynical reporter Blake Reno, and the UCSB coed Brittany Pine, who is in a state of shock induced by the loss of her boyfriend to the infected flesh eaters.
Together, the five survivors must decide how to cope with the flesh eaters. Are the infected really dead or are they merely sick and therefore curable? Halverson leads the faction of the group that believes the infected must be destroyed, while Parnell comes to the opposite conclusion, unwilling to believe that zombies can actually exist.
Whether the infected can be cured or not, the five survivors must find refuge. They seek sanctuary from the infected in Alcatraz prison which, they discover, is free of the flesh eaters. However, all is not as it seems on the island haven at the Rock.
In fact, they may have more to fear than the walking dead in the person of Alcatraz's reigning "Chosen One," the charismatic proponent of law and order Jefferson Bascomb, who believes zombies have the right to a fair trial and who will stop at nothing to impose his will on the island.
Critical praise for "Sanctuary in Steel":
"Written with the epic scope of 'World War Z' and infused with the gritty spook works derring-do of a Robert Ludlum spy thriller, 'Sanctuary in Steel' is full of zombie mayhem through and through."--Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of "Flesh Eaters" and "Inheritance"
Meet the Author
Bryan Cassiday wrote the Chad Halverson zombie apocalypse series, which includes "Zombie Maelstrom," "Zombie Necropolis," "Sanctuary in Steel," "Kill Ratio," and "Poxland." He also wrote the thrillers "The Anaconda Complex," "The Kill Option," and "Fete of Death," as well as his collection of horror stories, "Helter Skelter." He lives in Southern California.
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Loved this series! Can't wait for the next book. :)
People in story are not thought out. Had a hard time finishing book.
A scrumptious cocktail of thrills and horror as zombies wreak havoc on a band of survivors holed up in Alcatraz prison.