What began as a cure...became a nightmare
As a nurse in the genetics department, Sarah witnesses the mutation of the AIDS vaccine. Instead of a cure, the vaccine turns into a viral curse, spreading rapidly and infecting patients. Now the dead walk the earth, and Sarah is the only hope for a small group of survivors.
But zombies aren't the only threat. Winter is on the way and supplies are running low. Now it's up to Sarah to lead the group to warmer climates so they can survive. When a new threat reveals itself, they must fight for their lives one more time. Will anyone survive?
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About the Author
Jean Booth took what could have been a typical zombie novel and turned it into something uniquely entertaining. The walking dead in this book can actually talk, think, and strategize, making them all the more frightening. I will have a hard time getting the images of disturbing scenes that involved so much blood and gore out of my head, which is exactly what I want from a horror story. Not only did I enjoy the violence, but I also found myself caring about some of these characters, which I think is important. A zombie book could be full of action and carnage, but if I don't care about the people, there's no point in reading it. So, I give Jean Booth credit for being able to accomplish both. "Zombie War" is definitely a must-read for any zombie or horror fans. It certainly won't disappoint. I can't wait to read more of this brilliant author's work.