The Darkest Hour

Rated 4.67/5 based on 4 reviews
When a terrorist organization engineers a new virus that turns people into monsters, Duke, Who leads a comfortably mundane life , loses everything to the monsters. Now he finds a woman who brings up feelings he so carefully buried. Can he protect the woman that has kindled long lost passion and protect the emerging civilization without becoming a worse monster than the ones he hunts? More

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Words: 35,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466125131
About Douglas Jeffreys

Douglas Jeffreys Is a Martial Artist holding a 2nd degree black belt in Tang Soo Do as well as training in Judo, Hapkido, Kendo & Fencing. Mr. Jeffreys is a gun enthusiast and an avid motorcyclist. He has many hobbies and interests including, but not limited to; Astronomy, Architecture, Surveying, Drafting, Pen & Ink Drawing, Sculpting, Classic Cinema, and B-Horror movies. He is also fascinated with, and eagerly awaits the impending zombie apocalypse.

Reviews

Review by: Joy Killer on July 04, 2015 :
The Darkest Hour by Douglas Jeffreys is a well-written and solid account of one man’s survival in a post-apocalyptic world. The main character, Duke lives up to his namesake and is in many ways a lot like a post-apocalyptic John Wayne. He is a stoic, conscientious, gun-loving, family man who heads for the hills when his family is killed by zombies. Duke is a man of deep rooted ethics and to avenge the deaths of his wife and child he makes it his purpose to eradicate as many zombies as he can. The first half of the story outlines his solitary life in an abandoned cabin as he make excursions into local towns to scavenge and destroy the zombie menace, while the second half is an action packed roller coaster ride as he defends a collegiate campus against the attack of a power hungry drug lord named Juice. Duke and his booze loving, ex-military friend Thor pull out all the stops to protect the campus- culminating in an exciting finale. As I look back on the story, there are a few aspects that I really appreciate. First, Douglas Jeffreys’ writing is tight- The Darkest Hour is free of typos and that is fairly exceptional in this modern era of self-publishing. Secondly, although many of the characters are slightly stereotypical, these are stereotypes that I like, and enjoyed reading. These characters are heros and villains that are easily identifiable and ones whom I never tire of. I recommend the Darkest Hour by Douglas Jeffreys to all fans of the zombie/apocalyptic genre!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Frederick Harding on Nov. 24, 2011 :
I heard about this book from a friend. After I read his copy, I had to get it for myself. Action, excitement, bad guys, monsters, hot chicks, and a couple of bad a$$ heroes.
You'd be hard pressed to find a better read and a great bargain to boot.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sharon Axmacher on Nov. 15, 2011 :
What a great story.I couldnt put it down. The characters were real. I couldnt wait to see what was coming next. It kept my interest.Totally unpredictable. I highly recommend this story.Strong, smart female characters. Hot male lead character. A new twist to zombie genre.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Duncan Jeffreys on Sep. 24, 2011 : (no rating)
Really Good Book! If you like Zombies, and Action then check this book out.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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