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More About the Author
This may also be one reason why her books are hard to classify, but seem to be enjoyed by readers of many different types of books.
Ms. Katz also enjoys helping self published authors find their voice and an audience.
Top Customer Reviews
Except for the gore, it's also pretty family friendly, so it could be enjoyed by mature teenagers, young adults, and adults.
To freeze the wealthy who are sick or dying until a cure for their disease or death itself can be found.
Enter Pam. She’s the main character and is an intern at Future Faith. While working here will look amazing on her resume she hates everything about her job. Dr. Ada Klein is demanding and disrespectful and on top of that she got into medicine to help the living, not babysit the dead. For all intents and purposes that is exactly what she’s doing as she monitors cryogenics capsules.
Boring? Not so much when the night she plans on quitting her boss storms in and tells her to help monitor a patient. A patient? That’s right. Ada believes she has discovered the cure for death and is ready to find out.
I’m sure you can see where this is going but if not I’ll spell it out to you. Things go wrong. Horribly horribly wrong. Her cure for death is in all actuality the birth of the zombie virus. Pam, Ada, and another are all able to escape the hordes of undead and barely make it to a safe room. From there Ada calls her contacts at the military who come to clean up her mess.
They don’t do the best of jobs.
While most of the zombies are taken care of Ada and a few infected are brought back to the military base. A quarantine is attempted but fails as no one believes the extent of what is happening.
This novella gets my one complaint I always have for well written novellas. It’s too short.Read more ›
Along the way you meet some interesting characters, like the devious and manipulative engineer Enrico and the well-meaning but naïve Captain Crawford. The story moves quickly and has some really great zombie bite moments without being overly gory. Even if you've never read a zombie book before, you'll quickly get wrapped up in this story. I'm about to move on to book two. Highly recommend for anyone that loves a zombie thrill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well, its idea is great and the story isn't bad.. did leave me wanting to know what happened next and could turn into a great series. Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by estay-von
This book starts normally, but when the dead rise, it fly's. Overall i thought it was really good. The main characters survive by the skin of their teeth. Read morePublished on July 11, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I really really really liked this book and felt like it was over way too soon, so I will definitely be on the look out for any other books that may be coming in this series. Read morePublished on April 27, 2013 by JaYa
I adore this new author so I HAD to read this book, too. Great story! You will not want to put it down. Kudos to ML Katz!Published on April 23, 2013 by Billie Dee Jelin
Excellent story! Well developed both in storyline and characters. Definite must read read for zombie fans! I hope the author releases follow-on stories in the near future!Published on March 16, 2013 by Ramiro Jaime
Lost interest very early in the story. There were so many ways to contain the spread of the virus but overlookedPublished on March 14, 2013 by Z Man
I'm a voracious reader and prolific writer. If I happen to be working on a serious project it often means spending a great deal of time researching texts and tomes that wouldn't... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Bruce Barker
This was just barely OK. So predictable and the idea that hardened Army officers should be taking advice from a college student is too ridiculous.Published on February 20, 2013 by avidreader