Zombiemandias: In the Zombie Apocalypse Collection brings together three zombie apocalypse books.
After the Bite - Short stories and poems set before, during, and after the zombie apocalypse detailed in the main series. It's June 21st, 2013. People are living their lives: Garrett is driving home from the grocery store. Captain Trent Hampton is welcoming a visiting crew to the International Space Station. Nine-months-pregnant Deraan is eating dinner with her mother-in-law from Hell. A young Mexican boy is sneaking across the border into America to find his brother. They're all about to be interrupted by zombies.
After the Bite is the zombie apocalypse from the point of view of the everyday people who will experience it. From the mountains of Colorado to the highways of the American Midwest, from the front lines of Afghanistan to the reaches of space, everything changes when people start attacking each other. And killing each other. And eating each other. In the midst of chaos, people find enemies and allies in the most unlikely places. They'll need all the help they can get to survive, because after the bite, everything changes.
In the Lone and Level Sands - When the zombie apocalypse begins, Layne is on a plane flying 30,000 feet above the northwestern United States. Recently divorced Evan and Cynthia are at their daughter’s ballet recital. Jordan is working as a cashier at a grocery store. Max is at the carnival with his tightly knit family. Ben and Charlotte have just survived a car crash. Zoe is all alone on her way home from school. Martha is at her husband’s funeral.
On June 21st, 2013, a random selection of the world’s population changes. People who were once friends and family turn into murderous zombies, and people who were once strangers or enemies turn into allies. Seven groups of survivors across America will have to struggle to escape, survive, or learn what caused people to turn into monsters—or else become one of them.
In the Year of Our Death - It's been two years since the zombies first appeared and changed the world forever. Keely and her friends escaped the hell of Seattle and settled down near an abandoned radio station. Bailey finds herself caught up with a ravenous group of survivors. Georgie has set up a courier system to move mail across the remains of America. Will and his friends—all of them orphans now—are out of water and have to leave their quiet suburb for the first time in their lives. Nelson, the engineer charged with running Hoover Dam and powering the American Southwest, breaks his glasses and must wander the wasteland nearly blind looking for a replacement.
Adam, however, knows the truth about the zombies: They aren't monsters, they're angels, sent by God to cleanse the world of the survivors, and Adam and his Church of Lesser Humans were put here to help them do it. Armed only with faith, a bus, and the steadfast rule to never allow harm to come to the zombies, Adam knows Judgment Day is coming, and will stop at nothing to herald its arrival.