Zombie Plague: Book Three

Zombie Plague: Book Three

by Geo Dell


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"It's worse than just that," Bear said. "They're everywhere. I mean you hear about those larger places, but everywhere you go they're there... Die? You come back on their side of it.""Head shots," Billy said. He had wandered over from under the hood of one of the trucks. He wiped his hands on a rag as he talked. "That's all that will kill them. You don't want to make a mistake with that, or wait, or anything like that. Head shot." He nodded."You can't go anywhere in this country where they aren't," Bear said.Mike nodded. "Well, that doesn't change our position... We still have to come out for supplies... The larger we get the more often we'll have to come out too.""Then they'll kill you eventually. Or other factions will, because that's the other problem. It isn't just the Dead you have to contend with. You think I have a hard edge to me? A little cynical even. Well you're right. I do. But I'm alive. I'm alive out here in the world too, not back there in the woods hiding out somewhere." Bear said."Uh huh," Mike said. "So you're just gonna stay out here until they hunt you down and kill you? And you consider that smart?"Bear laughed. A heavy rumble in his wide chest. "Is that an invitation?"Mike shrugged. "It could be."

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ISBN-13: 9781987759433
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/15/2011
Series: Zombie Plague , #3
Pages: 334
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Why do I write horror.
If you are a writer you don't let people scare you away from it. I have seen many writers who lived parts of their lives in misery because they truly believed they sucked at writing because some dipshit pencil pusher told them that, or because they were labeled as Sci-Fi writers, or Horror writers. Hey, screw that guy or girl. Are they in your head? Do they see the ideas you see? No. They are the kind of people that like to judge people. Thank God that many of our writers went through that process and passed by it to become the writers we know and love or else the world would be a poorer place for not having them as writers we know and love.

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