The Becoming: Ground Zero [NOOK Book]

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One year after the Michaluk Virus decimated the southeast, Ethan Bennett and his six companions have become as close as family while facing the trials of living in a drastically changed world. Then a mysterious woman arrives at their safe house in Alabama, pleading for assistance in getting into Atlanta. Despite their suspicions that the woman is hiding important information, Ethan and his friends agree to help. But when they’re suddenly forced...
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The Becoming: Ground Zero

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Overview

One year after the Michaluk Virus decimated the southeast, Ethan Bennett and his six companions have become as close as family while facing the trials of living in a drastically changed world. Then a mysterious woman arrives at their safe house in Alabama, pleading for assistance in getting into Atlanta. Despite their suspicions that the woman is hiding important information, Ethan and his friends agree to help. But when they’re suddenly forced to flee from the infected, the cohesion the group cultivated is shattered.

As members of the group succumb to the escalating dangers on their path, new alliances form, new loves develop, and old friendships crumble. In the face of unending horror, one man is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice to save his friends, while another reveals secrets that could hold the key to humanity’s survival.

"A great followup to Jessica Meigs's debut novel... It's an action-packed, heart-wrenching, blood-churning tale of zombie mayhem with a good dose of heart."--Rhiannon Frater, author of the AS THE WORLD DIES trilogy

"A fantastic continuation of the series... but with more action, more emotion, more violence, which, of course, leads to more deaths/kills."--Heather Faville, Doubleshot Reviews
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148347453
  • Publisher: Permuted Press
  • Publication date: 7/11/2013
  • Series: Becoming , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 92,197
  • File size: 6 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2013

    Okay

    Finally finished.
    Good read. I cant or couldnt believe such a bunch of misfits could survive the zompoc. Rolls were reversed in here where the men had more Estrogen than the women and Women were testosteron driven toughies. When you have a Paramedic acting like a cooing grandmother, a top cop wimping out from a woman getting his ass beat. A LT inthe marinex asking a 21 yo civilian woman( where we at) andbefore that it was a 16 yo girl) what dont the marines teach land nav anymore??. The women were always made tougher than the guys who were always in awe of them cowering affraid " to make them mad so they dont beat them up!!" Is hilarious, even in the end the mysterious woman is said to look to be able to " handle herself and kick my ass" jesus a tiny woman almost knocked out a big tough marine then he ended up being " scared of her" as well as the other men with all their women.
    This author should watch " TWD" for hints on ZOMPOC writing, survival etc because this bunch are a bunch of misfits who wouldnt last a week on TWD " no common sense" putting the same guy on watch whom allowed the group to be surrounded by such a big overwhelming group of infected they had to bug out asap loosing their supplies. And they put him on watch again after the SHTF.
    Paramedic spends to much time acting like a mother hen. Ever heard of a combat medic?? Even after 1 yr hes still a big babying wimp.
    Other than that imcommited to book 3 i read the first 2+ so I gotta get book 3 as well too because I like to finish what I start.
    Author shouldnt give up. The talent is their. Just dont know why the women are tougher than the men unless the author has P envy or is gay

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    walking dead fan

    very good series, can't wait until the next book comes out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    Loved it! Can't wait for the 3rd book!

    Loved it! Can't wait for the 3rd book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2013

    Amazing book & series

    Love zombies? Love suspense and action? Love to read page turners? Look no more.....this series is it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2013

    Ground zero cool

    Keep em coming cant wait for the third book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2012

    Loved iit

    Keep wrighting love this series

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