Is the apocalypse a world wide event or is it something that happens privately to the individual? It's a night at the fights for, well, just about everyone. So place your bets because, though everyone gets to go, not everyone gets to go home.
Troubled by his recent choices, John Arrick goes in search of redemption. But even those actions which seem right turn out wrong in the end. With no one to turn to, he goes back to Push Ups and confesses to Abby, leaving her with all of the information regarding the weekend zombie fights. Abby, though, is facing her own demons. Though her involvement with Peter Ventura led to a fire and the death of a fireman, she feels she has nowhere else to turn. Her relationship with her husband has deteriorated and her early friendship with Anthony Heron has faded.
When Smith discovers a zombie that doesn't attack people, he turns it over to Heron. Obsessed with zombie "anomalies" he's been experiencing, Heron is fascinated by this new specimen and vows to keep it from the "Butcher Shop".
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Published March 27, 2011
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction.