Plague Nation by Dana Fredsti
(Ashley Parker)

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...Plague Nation feels like the middle book of a trilogy, attempting to bridge the gap...It does that admirably, but as I got to the end I could see that it was leaving a particularly annoying cliffhanger...
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Having stopped the wave of the undead that swarmed their facility, Ashley Parker and the other wild cards (those immune to the zombie virus) are assaulted by an unknown enemy and forced to travel to a secret laboratory in San Francisco.

En route some are killed, while others are kidnapped by their shadowy foe, who seems to use the zombies as a weapon. But the worst is yet to come, as the plague begins to manifest in key locations nationwide. And the truth begins to emerge about the paramilitary society, the Dolofónoi tou Zontanoús Nekroús (DZN).
 

About Dana Fredsti

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Dana Fredsti is the US-based author of Murder for Hire: The Peruvian Pigeon. She has also appeared in various zombie/horror movies projects, and worked on Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness as an armourer's assistant, sword-fighting captain, and sword-fighting Deadite.
 
Published April 9, 2013 by Titan Books. 336 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, War. Fiction
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Reviewed by Fitz on Apr 14 2013

...Plague Nation feels like the middle book of a trilogy, attempting to bridge the gap...It does that admirably, but as I got to the end I could see that it was leaving a particularly annoying cliffhanger...

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