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The Infected: Nightfall by Joseph Zuko

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This post is about The Infected: Nightfall, the third book in Joseph Zuko’s zombie apocalypse survival series. This time around rather than a review I’m posting a book notice. Why? Well, by a bizarre turn of events I actually ended up editing this one. Since I was part of the project, I can’t review it in good conscience, but I will say that as a fan of the first two books in this series – volume three doesn’t disappoint! This book will not only make your heart race, but will tug on your heart strings as well.

Book Description:

Jim and Karen Blackmore have discovered that when it comes to the zombie apocalypse, there is no such thing as safety in numbers. Between their separate groups of survivors is a city of the living dead, hungry for flesh and growing in numbers by the minute. As Jim and his newly minted gang of zombie killers fight their way to his family, Karen fortifies her hideout and prepares for an emergency escape she knows is inevitable. As night falls, and their chances of seeing the dawn seem impossible, Jim and Karen’s only wish is to reunite as the end of the world begins.

If you’d like to check out The Infected: Nightfall it’s available on Amazon. If, by some miracle, you haven’t heard about this series yet then please check out my full reviews of The Infected: Jim’s First Day and The Infected: Karen’s First Day – both of which were books I simply read as a fan, and not in any technical or formal capacity. Alternately, if you want to just hop on board and snag all three books, you can find Zuko’s body of work through this Amazon link.

 

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