Symbiote; The True Story of the Zombie Apocalypse Part 2

You need to read this zombie apocalypse series because it explains the science involved in the dead coming to life.

This is the continuing story of an unlikely group of survivors in the Zombie Apocalypse. Their story follows their attempt to find the person responsible for the disaster and to find a way to liberate the world of the parasitic contagion. Sorry guys, no fire trucks in this one. More

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Words: 74,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301457441
About Doug Ward

Doug Ward currently lives in Western Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Slippery Rock University. His BFA is in Fine Art. Doug spends much of his time doing oil paintings which incorporate mythology and science.

I write about parasitic zombies. They feel (to me) more scientifically grounded than other types. It's also pretty scary how many parasitic creatures are inside us at this very moment. Some have even bonded with us for so long that they are actually a part of our DNA.
Parasites have been known to take over their hosts. A few years ago my wife called me from a friends house and said that a mouse kept trying to snuggle with the cat. Literally nuzzling up to the cats face. I quickly informed her that the mouse was infected by a parasite and that they needed to remove it from the house immediately.
The parasite wanted to be eaten by the cat so it could continue it's lifecycle in the bowls of the unfortunate creature. This flatworm not only controls mice but it can infect humans as well.

I have blended many scientific ideas into Parasite, which will be a four book series.
Saving Jebediah is a fun piece of fan fiction I wrote for a contest Mark Tufo was having. Although I edited it to make it cross over with my book series it has a little different zombie types than I normally use.

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