When a man suffering from a rare disease receives a debilitating head injury, the treatment given him mutates his affliction into a highly contagious virus. As the disease spreads, it first kills its victims and then reanimates them into beings that are compelled to eat ravenously and crave human flesh.
In Clearwater, Florida, Steve Wendell is following the stories of people attacking each other, but is unaware of the severity of the situation. When Heather Johansen, a Sheriff’s Deputy who is interested in Steve as more than a friend, tells him the real story of cities being overrun by the dead, Steve makes plans to barricade himself in the fifteen story bank building where the radio station he manages has its suite of offices. After locking himself in with Heather and eight others, the group continues to broadcast live as the dead surround their redoubt and search for a way in. Coming across a ten year-old girl that is immune to the disease, the group tries to find a way to transport her across a land filled with the flesh-eating dead to a government facility where she can be studied and a cure found.
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About the Author
Jon Schafer (Born February 21st, 1965) is an artist, a writer, and used to design amusement parks, casinos, and family entertainment centers as well as running his own architectural design firm.
He loves to write and has traveled around the world, so he uses a lot of his life's experience in the background of his books.
He served in the Marine Corps, and although he would never do it again in a million years, cherishes every minute and memory of that time.
His first book, Dead Air, is number one of a four book Zombie apocalypse series, with Dead Calm coming out soon. His second book, Immigrant Song, takes a hard look at illegal immigration but with a twist.
He is a Master Diver and Dive Master through PADI, so to be near some of the best diving in the world he currently resides in St. Petersburg, Florida.
When you buy one of his books, please rate it. He relies on his customers to tell him how they liked his work and doesn't have family and friends flesh out his reviews.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
For me it took a while to get good to the point where I didn't want to put my phone down n I wanted to continue to read it. But I like the surviving aspect of it the banding together. Good read if your bored
Here is an example of a really good, entertaining, very affordable ride through the zombie genre! Thanks so much for the enjoyable read! Heading on to the next great read in the series!
I've read all three of this authors books that I can find, + they take the zombie apcalypse to an incredibly enjoyable new level. READ THESE BOOKS!!!