By S. Johnathan Davis
John is a killer, yet that wasn't his day task ahead of the Apocalypse.
In a harrowing 900 mile race opposed to time to get to his spouse simply because the useless start to upward push, John, a enterprise guy trapped in long island, quickly learns that the zombies are the least of his concerns, as he sees first-hand the horror of what guy is able to with out ideas, no effects and dying at each flip.
Teaming up with an ex-army pilot named Kyle, they get away ny basically to stumble throughout a guy who says that he has the foremost to a rumored underground stronghold referred to as Avalon..... Will they locate safeguard? Will they make it to Johns spouse sooner than it’s too past due?
Get able to persist with John and Kyle during this fast-paced mystery that combines zombie horror with gladiator type enviornment motion!
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900 Miles: A Zombie Novel by S. Johnathan Davis