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Aftermath

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John Lee

6 Hours 28 Minutes

Tantor Media

July 2019

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It is 1989 and the disease resulting from the testing of experimental bioweapons has ravaged much of the world. The U.K. and Europe are in chaos as the virus spreads uncontrollably. The U.S., nominally arriving in force to offer military and humanitarian assistance to their allies, are posturing dangerously with the east and failing to unite over the common enemy of humanity.

As command and control are ramping up operations over the British Isles and Europe, the remnants of Johnson's Yeomanry and the scattered troops consolidate their position on their island stronghold and begin to look to the future, but events beyond their knowledge and control force them into desperate action.

Peter, alone by choice and oddly thriving, finds himself suddenly responsible for the life of someone other than himself. Adapting with ease, the young boy begins to show the difference between nature and nurture.

Elsewhere, other survivors stake their own claims to land and resources, but the inexplicable swarms of undead threaten to gather and dissipate constantly.

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  • Paul G.

    I don’t want to spoil the story line so I will concentrate on the accuracy and the humanity of this book. As with all books in this series, I was struck by the young man, Peter, who in caring for another survivor, has proven himself to be a hero worthy of writing about. His character is written with genuine insight. This is no mere attempt to understand the mind of a young boy dealing with adversity. The characters in this book reach out to you and implore you too empathise with them. This is a book with zombies and feeling. The historical tone of this book is a great angle. Set in a time before the internet and anything more than 4 tv channels, I was a child of the 80’s and it really brought things back to me. Albeit, I don’t have that much recollection of Zombies. The military behave, speak and react in a way that they would have then. The idiosyncrasies of pompous officers, compared to the brutality of the fighting man is so accurate. Pomposity in the face of death. I love it. I recommend this series to all. The narrator is brilliant, and the author is a writing machine. Buy it, read it and enjoy it.

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