Youare walking down the street in the early hours of the morning, in one of the most densely populated cities in the world, when you see something that makes the rational side of your brain itch. It has mortal wounds and shouldnat be walking, but it is, and if you hang around for too long, it will be heading towards you. How would you react? You survive the initial throes of civil unrest and the collapse of law and order. The world has become your playground. What kind of person do you become? You have never lived for anyone else except yourself. You are selfish. You like being alive. But you do have a conscience, and a soul. Who do you save first? Warren is not a likeable man. Warren doesnat even like himself. But he does like existing, and he wants to continue doing it, no matter what hell is emerging around him. Being pragmatic and a bit of a git to boot, he doesnat find making the hard decisions difficult. What he does find out, is that the hard decisions are not necessarily the right ones. And being a bastard in life does not prepare you for the clashes that will ensue once the edges of society begin to blur and fade out. It isnat just the infected and the resurrected that Warren needs to be wary of, as he negotiates his way around the post-infection south coast in a haphazard attempt to keep himself and his family survive.Most of us had smartphones, but not everyone had means to power them. People ... The most prevalent connection type wouldwin, and as part of the runwe would try tofind ashortterm way of charging it. ... And asitturns out, when it comes down to apocalyptic availability, Android beats Apple. ... to find a solar charger for it. ... So no one wanted to think about what life would belikeafter the lights went out.
|Title||:||Great Bitten: Outbreak|
|Publisher||:||Permuted Press - 2014-06-27|