The Wrath of the Just

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From apocalypse…

An act of terrorism unleashed an unspeakable biological weapon…and hell on earth. But as the masses felled by a hideous virus rose from the dead to prey on the living, a small band of survivors defied death and its ghastly spawn—determined to outrun the world’s end, and somehow begin again.

To Armageddon…

But beyond the undead-besieged shores of Europe lies something closer to damnation than ...

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Overview

From apocalypse…

An act of terrorism unleashed an unspeakable biological weapon…and hell on earth. But as the masses felled by a hideous virus rose from the dead to prey on the living, a small band of survivors defied death and its ghastly spawn—determined to outrun the world’s end, and somehow begin again.

To Armageddon…

But beyond the undead-besieged shores of Europe lies something closer to damnation than salvation. Rescued from certain death at sea, the young Spanish lawyer, the beautiful woman he loves, and his brash, battle-hardened best friend—who have weathered the worst of the unnatural disaster—find themselves delivered from a world of horror into a stronghold of hate. In a United States ravaged by the zombie plague and overrun by the undead, only Gulfport, Mississippi, offers sanctuary…for a price: subservience to a fascist dictator and his brutal enforcers. But their reign of terror will soon be challenged. By rebels hungry for vengeance, and invaders bent on conquest.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477818442
  • Publisher: Amazon Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/6/2014
  • Series: Apocalypse Z, #3
  • Pages: 351
  • Sales rank: 414,706
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.75 (d)

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  • Posted August 28, 2014

    I have to agree with a lot of the reviews in that Mr. Loureiro h

    I have to agree with a lot of the reviews in that Mr. Loureiro has no clue about Americans, especially Southerners. I do not think that the majority would put up with the shenanigans that are portrayed in the book. I wanted to finish the trilogy so I could find out what happened, but now I am kind of disappointed. Especially knowing that this is how most Europeans see us. Kind of pathetic, isn't it? Oh well.

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  • Posted May 22, 2014

    ¿Wrath of the Just¿ brings the Apocalypse Z trilogy to a stunnin

    “Wrath of the Just” brings the Apocalypse Z trilogy to a stunning end.  The book moves from Europe to America and focuses more on human vs. human combat rather than trying to survive the zombies (although they are in there).  This book has a lot of twists and turns which I hasn’t seen coming and puts the group some unique situations, while wrapping up the story nicely.  I think this is the best in the series!

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