A great fire has swept through the heart of the city, destroying everything in its path, the living, the dead, and the undead alike. And yet, protected by the impenetrable walls of the Tower of London, a handful of people have somehow survived. Now, they must strike out if they want to stay alive.
They're going to have to risk everything to get out of this hellish place, then risk it all again to reach Ledsey Cross, a fabled safe haven hundreds of miles away.
Every step will be fraught with danger. There will be no shortcuts, and no easy options. To stand any chance of a future, the group will have to trek through the harshest of winters, across a land ruled by the undead.
The final book in a standalone trilogy set in the nightmare world of David Moody's international best-selling AUTUMN novels - the original epic British zombie saga.
PRAISE FOR DAVID MOODY AND THE AUTUMN SERIES:
"A head-spinning thrill ride, a cautionary tale about the most salient emotion of the 21st century... HATER will haunt you long after you read the last page..." -GUILLERMO DEL TORO (director of PAN'S LABYRINTH, THE SHAPE OF WATER) on HATER
"David Moody's AUTUMN: DAWN breathes new life into my favourite undead series." -Craig DiLouie, author of EPISODE THIRTEEN
"AUTUMN: DAWN is an instant classic of the zombie genre." -The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer
"AUTUMN: INFERNO is an absolute blast from beginning to end. 10/10" -Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life
"With AUTUMN: INFERNO Moody has once again demonstrated his undeniable ability to revolutionise the zombie as a staple of the horror genre, reframing the humble, shambling corpse as a genuinely terrifying opponent." -The SciFi and Fantasy Book Review
"In AUTUMN: EXODUS, David Moody concludes the new trilogy set in his grimdark zombie apoc world with his usual combination of familiar elements cast with their own unique personality. I've read a lot of zombie books, and Moody's vision still remains so distinct as to be considered a genre of his own. I've been a fan of this series since the beginning, and now that it's complete, I think I'll go back to the beginning and start again." -Craig DiLouie, author of EPISODE THIRTEEN
"This trilogy hasn't just lived up to the expectations set by the original series, at times, it has improved upon it. 9/10" -Games, Brrraaains and A Head-Banging Life