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Now the residents of Whiteshead are trapped within a quarantine zone with the ...
Now the residents of Whiteshead are trapped within a quarantine zone with the military on one side and ravenous hordes on the other. Escape is no longer an option.
Far out in the mouth of the estuary a small keep sits forlornly surrounded by an apron of jagged rocks. This refuge has always been unassailable, a place of myth and legend that has grown in folklore through the years. Now, it's the survivors' only hope of sanctuary. But there are thousands of flesh-eating infected between them and the keep and time is running out ...
Posted October 12, 2009
the book is well writin and has few typos if any. The author has good characters which he builds upon so I felt i knew them. I just wasn't scared. I felt it took too long to get to the scary stuff so by the time it happens I knew it was coming and could predict the outcome. I was right on the money every time I guessed.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.