Welcome to the Nixon Healing and Research Center, playground for the maniacal Dr. Howard Nixon, whose medical research has him dabbling in the undead and has the women of Strandville disappearing.
Desperate to find a cure for the lethal virus which turns its victims into zombies, Nixon kidnaps Miranda Penton, a security recruit with a past that won't let her go. He doesn't count on anyone coming looking for her, least of all her ex-husband, Scott.
A warning call brings Scott to Strandville, where he bands together with a team of locals determined to bring their own loved ones home. Together, they infiltrate Nixon's staff, hatching a plan that releases not only the surviving women, but the virus on those left in the hospital.
Nixon locks down the center to contain the spread, turning patients, visitors, and staff into a dangerous horde that is almost impossible to escape. Miranda and the others fight for their lives. The town of Strandville is ground zero for the zombie apocalypse and Miranda must get free because the fate of humanity lies with her unborn child.
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By Annette Franks on 01-02-15
I was desperate to find another zombie audio book havering listened to Chris Philbrook's and Mark Tufo's entire available collection so far. While I enjoy some sarcastic humor in my novels and this had none it far exceeded my expectations.....worth listening to.
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By ♡Louise♡ on 03-08-15
Unique zombie setting for story
This was a unique setting/storyline to the zombie books I've read/listened to.... standard undead bite inducing zombie virus, but the way it's introduced was a fresh and interesting storyline (think: zombie dads with uninfected moms.... zombabies?)
The writer did a fantastic job with the descriptions - beware if you have a weak stomach! I would have preferred the description of he/she/they "wiped away a clear string of snot away" about 6 or 7 times less, but thats really my only complaint.
Not the very best zombie book in my library, but it's up there, and I enjoyed the unique take along with the narrator's consistent voices.
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