Z Strain (Zee Series Trilogy)
by Rutger Klamor
Copyright © November 2011
5 out of 5!
When there’s no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the earth.
Three days. Not much time. Certainly not to become a hero. That’s what Dee thought. Before the zombies. Before the dying. And the rising.
What he would give to get those three days back.
Z Strain. Book one of the Zee Series Trilogy. Full of all the gritty realism any hard-core zombie fan craves. You know what I mean.
When God created Hell, He made it a tad too small. Over time it got really crowded down there… really crowded. The ranks of the damned found a solution to control their population.
And so zombies were born, and they’ve patiently waited for a prophecy to be fulfilled. One where they will have a bigger home. Earth.
There are only three days to bridge the gap between hell and earth, and there is a heartless warrior who could save the world. Hell erupts on earth as a cold Watcher keeps his distance in the shadows, making sure all the rules are followed.
Dee, an ex-military man, now a paramedic, has been thrust into a role that makes no sense to him:
Would you believe your city was being overrun by legions of the walking dead? Dead that consumed the flesh of the living. Dead who later rose and joined the ranks of their murderers? You gotta admit, that’s pretty friggin’ fantastic.
The Grim Reaper, demons, a succubus, vampires, and zombies… what more could you ask for in a story of hell and terror?
Rutger Klamor does a fantastic job tying all of these evil creatures together in Z Strain. He provides the reader with some mind-boggling prose, and a sarcastic and demented humor I love. Blood, gore, and zombies combine to open the gates of hell. Because when hell is full, the dead will walk the earth. This is the first book of a trilogy, and I’m definitely looking forward to more.