Cold Faith and Zombies - Sean Thomas Fisher Reviews
Description:Print Length: 259 pages / Publisher: Bump in the Night / Published: April 12, 2011
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by - written on 12/06/13 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Cold Faith And Zombies is quite literally one of the best Zombie books to come out in a while and a cracking good read that will have you checking under your bed and inside your closet before you turn out the light! Caught in the midst of a Zombie apocalypse Paul, his wife Sophia and their best friend Dan quickly discover that the power going off is just the start of their problems. With a freezing cold Iowa winter closing in on the horizon, Paul and his companions make the decision to brave the masses of Walking Dead outside their door rather than face the very real possibility of freezing to death. Their intention- to make it to the coast and possibly secure ... Read the complete review
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