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Publisher Description

A bastard hybrid of War of the Worlds and Night of the Living Dead, the Autumn series chronicles the struggle of a small group of survivors forced to contend with a world torn apart by a deadly disease. After 99% of the population of the planet is killed in less than 24 hours, for the very few who have managed to stay alive, things are about to get much worse. Animated by "phase two" of some unknown contagion, the dead begin to rise. At first slow, blind, dumb and lumbering, quickly the bodies regain their most basic senses and abilities... sight, hearing, locomotion... As well as the instinct toward aggression and violence. Held back only by the restraints of their rapidly decomposing flesh, the dead seem to have only one single goal - to lumber forth and destroy the sole remaining attraction in the silent, lifeless world: those who have survived the plague, who now find themselves outnumbered 1,000,000 to 1...

While the first Autumn novel focused on those who escaped the city, Autumn: The City focuses on those who didn't.

Without ever using the 'Z' word, the Autumn series offers a new perspective on the traditional zombie story. There's no flesh eating, no fast-moving corpses, no gore for gore's sake. Combining the atmosphere and tone of George Romero's classic living dead films with the attitude and awareness of 28 Days (and Weeks) later, this horrifying and suspenseful novel is filled with relentless cold, dark fear.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
February 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Press
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
732.4
KB

Customer Reviews

Paige Topinka ,

Autumn addicted

This book was just as addictive as the the first. David Moody tells the story as if you were there along with the characters. It is Brilliant, Breathtaking, Exciting and down right Terrifying all at the same time! I love this book just as much as I loved the first book.

gxs88 ,

Boring

I had to make myself finish this book. It was boring and forgettable, and it lacked both heart and imagination. You don't really get to know any of the characters, and there's really no character development at all. I actually liked the first book in the series, but I won't be reading the rest.

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