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?

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A zombie apocalypse series with post-apocalyptic and dystopian themes. More
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Words: 24,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301135370
About T.W. Piperbrook

T.W. Piperbrook was born and raised in Connecticut. He is the author of the CONTAMINATION series, the OUTAGE series, and co-author of THE LAST SURVIVORS. In addition to writing, the author has also spent time as a full-time touring musician, traveling across the US, Canada, and Europe.

He now lives with his wife, a son, and the spirit of his Boston Terrier.

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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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