Coming Very Soon: Virus Z2: Rise of the Butcher
VERY COOL BOOK
"What I liked most about this novel, other than the zombies of course, is that the characters are very real, you really care about them, and this makes it much more real than any other zombie novel. And it is really cool to see resourceful children that take action, and not comic book kind of action, but the real genius action that kids are capable of. Sounds crazy, but this book, about zombies, will make you cry, and it will make you think. I can't think of a better combo. Great take on zombies, too! Very cool book." - Internet review
Virus Z: Beginning of the End
This is the zombie novel that seems too real, a little too probable, and entirely too personal. These are zombies, done right, the way you've always wanted your zombie novel to read. Moment by moment, facing a reality too gruesome to acknowledge, Rodolphus makes it all too palpable, a visceral mind-feast, and "Virus Z" is not for the faint of heart, or stomach. The zombie apocalypse is possibly closer than anyone wishes to admit, but everyone acknowledges the deep sense building in their heart of hearts, that the unthinkable is beginning, even now. Virus Z: Beginning of the End, savor the terror.
"A mother and her baby girl hiding in the bathroom of a health food store and knowing something outside the door is going terribly wrong, and then that horrifying battle between the supernatural strength of a mother versus the supernatural strength of the undead, this is true terror." - reviewer
"It begins with the kids and traces them and their horror adventures and then goes to the parents until all are brought together. Virus Z had me sweating. I was afraid I might have caught it. Then we meet a guy named Frank. This was the best character. Franklin Winston Churchill Jones, with his six-guns and cowboy hat and chaps. Kids and an ancient geezer. This is the best." -review
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