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From New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry comes a semi-sequel to Dead of Night in which four army reservists are assigned to hold a small rural bridge during the early days of the zombie apocalypse.

This short story was previously published in the collection Hungry Tales.

©2015 Jonathan Maberry (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Jade Dragon
  • 16-09-16

Zombies & Lycan & Vampires...OH MY!

Love a good monster story! This is the 1st I've read of Maberry's vampire stories... or any of his books. This one was short & to the point, & packed a whollop. I haven't read the preceding book in this series, but this 2nd book can be read as a stand-alone...one you can't put down/turn off the soumd... till the last word...the very last... graphic...bloody...word...

MM... Jade Dragon

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  • corey
  • 20-11-17

short and sweet.

it felt like I was listening to an interview of a survivor. should definitely write more short stories like these.

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