The plague was born from hope.
It was meant to change the world. To cure the incurable and rebuild the broken. When the world ended, the weight of its dead fell on the shoulders of the man at the heart of it all.
For Kell McDonald, survival is not enough.
Alone and surrounded by enemies, he must find a way to do what only he can: find a cure, and perhaps redemption.
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Better thought out and coherent than most apocalyptic books. Minimal plot or character inconsistencies. Grammar and spelling errors almost none. I enjoyed it enough to finish which is not a given for most stories. It would be a five star if not for the blatant money making of a series. I prefer stand alone books and follow the author not the overdone story that drags on too long.
Good story. Sympathetic characters. Good Zombies-that might be evolving! At a certain point the zombies have to step up or they remain pretty much the same as your run of the mill Walmart shopper. Of course you have regular bad guys. They are indeed, bad. Descriptions of the post-apocalyptic world are complete and believable. The danger of such world building is that the wasteland of suburbia becomes revealed for the awful wasteland that it is. Good story, thanks.