Z is for Zombie: Avenging Angel - Cat Dahman Reviews
Description:Print Length: 177 pages / Publisher: J Ellington Ashton Publishing / Published: September 27, 2012
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Avenging Angel is the seventh book in Catt Dahman's epic Z Is For Zombie series set in a post-apocalyptic world where the victims of a virus known as Red or Diamond Flux have come back to feast on the living. But, in this new world, it is not just the zombies that the survivors have to worry about.... Book 7 links together the characters introduced in the last installment with the already established Hopetown survivors from the preceding 5 novels. Secrets and lies are revealed about the mysterious Hannah and tough choices are forced to be made as humanity's future survival comes into question ~ a story arc that is intended to lead us into the last two volumes ... Read the complete review
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