Author: Jody Slyman
ISBN 978-1-62137-324-7 (softcover)
When the world is struck by a new virus that can't be explained by the CDC or doctors anywhere, a group of friends decide to have a weekend barbeque and camp out to take their minds off all the craziness that is going on. However, a normal trip to the store ends up being a nightmare as the group realizes that their fun day would later become known as Z-Day. With the fast growing number of zombies, the group now must face the challenge of surviving the new world around them. A world unlike anything that anyone has ever seen or been prepared for. A world where there is danger and death lurking everywhere, not just from zombies, but from other survivors as well. The group decides that the only hope for long term survival is to find someplace safe, a place where they can make themselves self-sufficient. On their journey, the group quickly discovers that finding such a place may bring an end to them all. With losing members of the group and the growing dangers of the new world around them, the group struggles to stay together and survive life after Z-Day.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jody Slyman was born in Heidelberg, Germany, on May 31, 1973. He grew up in Joplin, Missouri. After high school, he lived in Kansas City, Missouri, while attending a technical college where he graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Information Systems in 1994. After college, he spent four years in Bentonvilole, Arkansas, working as a Unix Systems Administrator for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. A year after leaving Wal-Mart, Jody joined the United States Marine Corps in March of 2000. He served as an infantry Marine for Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion 8th Marines, out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. During his four years in the Marine Corps, he attained the rank of sergeant and was deployed in support of numerous operations. After his time on active duty, he worked as a detention officer in Oklahoma for two years, then as a detention officer in Texas for four years. Jody has also written "Quest for the Dragon's Eye" (2004), "Silent Knight" (2006), "Bloodline of A Serial Killer" (2007) and "The Lost Kingdom" in (2009). He now works as a security officer and resides in Miami, Oklahoma.
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