THE EIGHTH 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 Eight picks up a month after the devastating conclusion of Season Seven.
Riley is seething from his losses. Driven by revenge, he is eager to get Kesha back to safety from the clutches of Mattius, even if it means total war.
But when a massive undead threat unlike any ever seen before arrives on the doorstep of his new community, Riley is plunged into impossible battles on numerous fronts.
Now, surrounded by enemies both living and dead, Riley must make his most dangerous journey yet if he is to save the lives of those around him—and restore hope in a world fast suffocating under darkness.
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 eight now. You'll be hooked on every twist and turn, right through to the jaw-dropping final scenes...
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.