Day 29 of #31AuthorsofHalloween – Dirk Patton

Zombie attacks and nuclear war and the fight for survival . . . Oh my!

Synopsis for Unleashed

John Chase has just arrived in Atlanta on a routine business trip. When he wakes the next morning, John is shocked to learn that America has been savagely attacked with both nuclear and biochemical weapons. He is immediately thrown into an apocalyptic horror, rescuing a young woman from a group of survivors who are in a violent rage as a result of the release of a devastating neurotoxin.

His path is clear. Survive and fight his way across the continent to reunite with his wife as society disintegrates into savagery and millions of people become raging infected, roaming unchecked in their pursuit of the rapidly dwindling number of survivors. But survival will be the hardest task he has ever undertaken.

So begins Unleashed, the first installment in the thrilling V Plague series. The novels are set against the backdrop of a shattered, post-apocalyptic America and tell the stories of a steadily growing cast of complex characters and their battles to survive. There are numerous sub-plots of greed, brutality, betrayal, treason, heartbreak and even a serial killer woven throughout the progression of the main storyline, chronicling the best and the worst of humanity as the world crumbles.

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Day 26 of #31AuthorsofHalloween – Mitch Sebourn

What do you get when you cross a mysterious house and the plague? Mitch Sebourn’s Rattus Rattus

Synopsis for Rattus Rattus

First you die. Then you thirst. After losing his wife, two consecutive jobs, and most of his dignity, James Waters agrees to repair a neglected house high in the Colorado Rockies. It is an opportunity to get back on his feet and make things right with himself and his daughter. But the house is infested with rats. And secrets. Long dead secrets that are tied to a recent plague outbreak . . . And horrors much older – and much worse – than that.

This one is different, and it is a scary different. I don’t come across hybrids such as this very often. And I love it.

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