Volume 1 of the Portland Plague series!
Fourteen survivors in a post-apocalyptic world are all that remain of the group who left Portland, OR almost two months ago. They have seen unspeakable horrors, been through tragedies and triumphs, and are simply trying to stay alive for one more day.
Now, they have finally reached their destination, the Maryhill Museum of Art, only to find a horde of zombies blocking their progress. Weary and disheartened, the survivors have to regroup and determine their next move.
They have no idea what obstacles they will face trying to get inside the museum, or what they will find if they do succeed.
Will Maryhill be the fortress of protection they so desperately need? Or will it become something else entirely...
These are the Stumptown Survivors. This is their story.
Glib, superficial, unsatisfying. Made for TV with shallow characters eliciting little sympathy. Pretty much appropriate in that it should not overly tax most Americans intelligence. If it was food it would be a white bread sandwich with an indefineable potted meat product, a limp leaf of iceberg lettuce, a thin slice of American cheese product, with a small plastic bowl of canned fruit salad containing soggy grapes, gritty bit of pear and not one cherry. To drink, you get instant coffee in a styrofoam cup with a packet of nondairy creamer. That's how satisfying this story was.