Zombie Flood: Disaster of the Dead

Luminous Points Publishing
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A storm of undead is coming to the Louisiana swamps.

In the churning fury of the strong winds and rain of a natural disaster, an unnatural contagion is born. The sickness is carried within the storm surge's relentlessly advancing tide.

As the first wall of the hurricane assaults the lush swampland, humans and innocent creatures are infected. Their resultant mutation brings with it an insatiable and shocking hunger. The savage herd of monstrosities goes in search of food.

Guided by one-hundred and thirteen mile-per-hour winds at their backs, the gruesome horde slogs towards a small rural town known for its alligator tours.

Stranded by the flooding in Lustre Perle, federal agents fight alongside local Cajuns against the horrifying and deadly invasion, and although they are from different worlds, they must overcome their prejudices, fears, and distrust and rely on each other if they are to survive.

This ebook contains the zombie novel Zombie Flood: Disaster of the Dead.

This original story by Victoria Champion is 54,000 words, or approximately 202 pages.

First Edition. Originally published on Aug 16, 2014.

Keywords: zombies, police, cli-fi eco-thriller, thriller, mutant, swamp, plague virus, action & adventure, horror, flood, swamp, extreme weather, apocalypse, chemical spill, hurricane, storm surge, toxic spill, alligators, cajun, NOAA, FEMA, natural disaster, disaster fiction, science fiction, sci-fi, swamp people, zombie novel, monster, louisiana, Victoria Champion
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About the author

Victoria Champion is a writer of Dark Fiction.

Victoria's stories are about zombies, witches, vampires, shapeshifters, incubi, and regular people caught up in frightening paranormal adventures. Her character-driven fiction is about the struggle to survive, and the endurance of love against harrowing odds.

Most of her stories contain mature subject matter and are suitable for mature young adult readers, new adult, and adult. Some stories contain explicit sex and/or gore, and are adult only. Please check each book's description for age recommendation.

Victoria currently lives in Austin, and has previously lived in Houston, Sedona, and New Orleans.

Possessing a lifelong interest in the strange and preternatural, she is an avid fan of fantastical films and literature.

A hobbyist visual artist, she draws and paints figures surrounded by mystical and subtextual symbolism, as well as stand-alone shapes suggestive of free-floating thoughts and fears.

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Luminous Points Publishing
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Aug 16, 2014
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Pages
202
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Science Fiction / Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic
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