Contamination Book Zero

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St. Matthews, Arizona

The infection starts with Frank, one of the locals at the town bar. In just a few hours, it has consumed the entire town.

Somewhere, someone knows what is happening, and about the horrors to come...but is it too late? More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 24,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301135370
About T.W. Piperbrook

T.W. Piperbrook was born and raised in Connecticut. He has been writing since childhood, but Contamination is his first published work. In addition to writing, the author has also spent time as a full-time touring musician, touring across the US, Canada, and Europe.

He now lives with his wife, a son, and a Boston Terrier that hates squirrels.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on May 08, 2014 :
Dan is a small town cop who enjoys the peace and quiet of his town-until the night when things go mad. It starts with the local drunk attacking a cop when spending a night in jail. Now the whole community seems to be infected, killing and eating each other and Dan has to save himself and his family.

This is not a typical zombie book as the people are not traditional corpse style zombies. They are people who became suddenly contaminated and start trying to kill everyone around them. What I liked about this story is that the contamination was planned. I won't spoil the story by telling you any more but it was a nice twist. I liked the way that Howard's story was developed in particular.

The story follows Dan, Howard the bitten officer, and Dan's daughter who is missing in the dark neighbourhood. I liked the way that we switch between them as it keeps the tension up. There is a lot of action and sneaking around in the dark scenes which I enjoy in this kind of book. The author does a good job of telling the story and it was an enjoyable adventure, if not a classic.

I might investigate this series further in the future.
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