THE SEVENTH SEASON OF THE GRIPPING POST APOCALYPTIC SERIES
Back in October 2013, a chaotic infection spread across the globe, turning the majority of the population into bloodthirsty zombies.
The weak fell. Many of the strong fell, too.
But some fought. They did things they weren't proud of. They made gut-wrenching decisions and faced up to dark realities in order to live.
Dead Days is the story of a group of those survivors.
Season Seven picks up several months after the momentous conclusion of Season Six.
Our survivors are living very different lives. Riley has isolated himself from the wider world. Cody is struggling to adapt to life within Maryam’s group, still reeling from her revelation at the end of the last book.
But a figure from Riley’s past enters his life offering hope for the future. A mysterious person reaches Cody’s group with news of an extraction point, promising a way out of Britain and an escape from the clutches of the infection for good.
Both Riley and Cody are forced on a dangerous journey of survival across a terrifying landscape, risking everything they care about in the name of hope.
The stakes are higher than ever. The post apocalyptic threats are growing more and more menacing. Will all our survivors make it out alive?
In the Dead Days, no-one is safe.
With fast-paced zombie action and claustrophobic intensity, Dead Days is a truly unmissable serial adventure. Scroll up and buy the complete season seven now. You'll be hooked on every twist and turn, right through to the mind-blowing final scene...
About the Author
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Ryan Casey is the author of several novels, novellas and short stories. He writes a wide range of dark thrillers, including Killing Freedom, What We Saw, The Painting, The Disappearing, Something in the Cellar and Silhouette.
He writes crime and detective fiction under the R.A. Casey pen name.
Casey lives in the United Kingdom and enjoys American serial television, is a slave to Pitchfork's Best New Music section, and wastes far too much of his life playing Football Manager games.
He posts a weekly blog at RyanCaseyBooks.com, discussing writing, publishing, and whatever the hell else he feels like.