During the Upheaval, city after city fell to the Enillo Virus, filling the streets with ravenous ghouls. Not even the countryside was spared, as millions of the undead flowed over the land. From the mountains of Appalachia to the beaches of the Atlantic, the East Coast was dead. Two groups must enter this nightmare. On one side is John Talon and his small crew, desperate to secure the foundation of a new country. On the other side is Major Thorton, bent on the destruction of the soul of the nation. In a race for the country, John must use all of his skill, determination, and resources to make sure the country does not forever stay the United States of the Dead.
©2012 Joseph Talluto (P)2016 Tantor
"Way too much talking about feelings!!!"
this last book was not as good as the other two. It did not go into detail of how the virus started or what started it. you talk too much but I have people felt not enough action and too much technical stuff. I was expecting a huge fight scene with the colonel. That did not happen that was very disappointed.
"another great sequel"
as usual another great sequel, couldn't put it down till the book was done and I knew all my fav characters were safe lol
"Soooo you were going to sleep......"
How is it that your finding a place for the night to sleep then all of a sudden your separated and saving survivors? How is it you have a group of murderimg mean hunting for you and you leave your door unlocked? How is it that you set up characters and events to happen without an outcome? I suppose I could go on and on. I must say I've never had a series that I'm constantly perplexed with the story line and not only do I finish the book but I also continue to purchase the next book in the series.😂
It's a need to know what happens at this point and I'm on a zombie kick so what the heck at least I like the narrator.
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