"28 Seconds Later" is taken from the upcoming zombie collection, Chump, by Duncan P. Bradshaw, released on 12 November 2016.
Finally, the true story behind the Eastern Bloc boycott of the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics is revealed. Brace yourself for an inspection of the top secret Khimki Sports Preparation Facility in the Novogorsk district, near Moscow. Just another normal day of injections, feats of sporting excellence, and a Scottish super-spy.
There's a fine line between infection and zombism.
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Loads of fun, very entertaining, great narration.
It is definitely the best short story. Overall it ranks very high as it is fun and very original.
The introduction of the British spy with the "familiar" accent.
I enjoyed the use of his native dialect to voice the British spy, but also how he managed to give each character a slightly different voice.
I'm not sure about "moved", but I certainly enjoyed every aspect of the story. From the Cold War setting to the way the author tackles an old trope, taking inspiration from a certain movie franchise and putting his own stamp on it. It has its own originality and style which was a great deal of fun.
- Thomas Joyce