Years have passed since the dead rose and wiped out most of the living. Many survivors have gathered in pockets around the world. Some are bent on trying to restore what once was, others with a mind to create something new and better from the ashes of civilization, and then there are those who now thrive in the hellish chaos of lawlessness.
While the undead currently roam the world in herds that can often stretch for miles and number in the millions, the zombies are no longer the biggest threat to humanity’s continued existence. That distinction has returned to mankind.
Those who are immune to the zombie infection are now either reviled or revered. Some have become human biological weapons, while others are seen as the last hope for the continued existence of the human race. They are a symbol of hope for some…fear to others.
Even though this is book ten it still seems fresh and new. The reason for this is in the way the author brings minor characters along to make them major characters and the reader gets to see the story through their eyes. Of course, some major characters are killed off in order to make room for the new ones and the beauty of this is you never know who is going to get it. I was truly shocked when this one character died and how gruesome that death was.