The Airborne killed a lot of people. The dead killed most of the rest. Something lies behind the mass of hungry dead, something that makes them more dangerous than the survivors can imagine. Ordinary people must become extraordinary to survive. They must become heroes to unravel the mystery of the Airborne. "Written with an obvious love for the genre, Justin Coke presents a unique, twist-filled, action-packed zombie tale. If you dig zombie stories, you'll enjoy this one. If you believe there's no life left in zombie tales, think again." - R. Thomas Riley, author of the Gibson Blount series, The Flesh of Fallen Angels and If God Doesn't Show.
- Paperback | 206 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.21mm | 371.94g
- 29 May 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Justin Coke
Justin Coke lives in the middle of Missouri. He enjoys mountain biking, Lovecraft, fishing, soccer, pizza, and good beer. He wrote Like Father, which appeared in Wicked Words Quarterly. He also has 37,148 comment karma on Reddit.