It ends up at Matt Hawkins’ front gate, in a crowd of savage, lumbering bodies.
An epidemic is sweeping Great Britain, transforming countless victims into mindless predators and forcing Matt and his little brother, Danny, out of the safety of their late parents’ privileged legacy and into a rapidly changing world.
Every day is vital. Every action counts. As the brothers make alliances and learn to defend themselves and their home against an unthinkable enemy, choices are made, some with devastating consequences. In the midst of this nightmarish fight to survive, Matt begins to learn what is truly important to him, and exactly what it means to be human.
Bursting with Craig Jones’ signature swift pacing and squirm inducing details, this is a story destined for your library. Review This story is clearly written by not just a fan of the genre but also someone who knows what makes it tick. What we get here is a personal drama set around a zombie outbreak, and this is something that really adds to the power of the story and something that I would recommend to any reader of zombie fiction as we witness the mental journey and torment of our key protagonist. 4 Stars. –Zombiepedia.com
Hawkins perception of the immoral decisions of the leadership in seeking a possible cure force him to reevaluate his past and question his own motives as he tries desperately to conceal a secret that could ruin him and prevent him from keeping the fragile promise which has become his only motivation to live. From the sanctuary of the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales to the promise of an escape through the Channel Tunnel in Folkestone, Kent, their only hope for survival and for the possibility of ending the zombie outbreak, the diverse group of people experience loss while they hope for success but all at a very high price.
Zodiak. An unmatched, unbeatable team composed of twelve elite fighters. Their purpose? To rid the streets of crime and corruption, and to fend against a kind of wickedness that runs much deeper than any ordinary crime could. And they were unmatched, they were unbeatable.
Until they weren’t.
After the events of what should have been just another mission, Zodiak finds itself one member short—one member too few. The team is scrambling to fill their empty seat, to find a new number twelve, and this desperation brings about one of the largest media events the world has ever seen: a competition.
From thousands of applicants all across the globe, only five will be chosen to compete to fight alongside the world’s most powerful human weapons. And Jimmy Taurus, a nobody in England with a knack for a paintball gun, is about to find out just how close to being unmatched and unbeatable he can get.