A Chance for Humanity: The Beginning of the End

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In 2161 an attack at a metro station leaves Chance near death. upon waking he finds the earth in turmoil. A virus known only as the Scourge has been unleashed upon the globe turning 99% of the population into flesh eating phychophants. Now the survivors must fight to survive. Through blood and sweat they will discover the earth shattering truth that will change humanities future forever. More

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Words: 140,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476009025
About Patrick Rupert

I grew up right here in Utah with my mother and 9 brothers, that's right, 9 brothers and no sisters. At current count I'm up to about 22 nieces and nephews. I love to write and I love zombies so it only made sense to combine them. I began this book when I was 16 and after several re-writes and revisions it's finally ready. Enjoy A Chance for Humanity: The Beginning of the End!

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Review by: Dan Gonzalez on Dec. 26, 2014 :
Oh my fraking god!!!! I can not believe how amazing this book is! I'm usually not much of a reader, mostly because not very many books have been able to catch (and maintain) my interest long enough to finish the first chapter - thanks to my ADD. Honestly, I've not been much for the whole zombie genre either; so the fact that I couldn't put "A Chance for Humanity: The Beginning of the End" down [took me about 2 days to read the book] and that it peaked my interest in the first place, despite being a zombie-apocalypse book, speaks volumes of how well-written this series is! The humor that the author used throughout the book also made it that much more enjoyable. The plot twists: oh my god! Patrick is a freaking GENIUS!! There were several moments that I thought I knew how a sequence was going to play out … nope. One curve ball coming right up!

I also am very impressed with the amount of research that Patrick did. Even though a good portion of miscellaneous events and places are used fictitiously, if you happen to search Google anyway for the information — bad habit of mine — you will find that the key information given in the book is exactly as it actually happened {ie: when Chance was discussing about the creation of Nunavut back in 1999, even the location within Canada's Northwest Territories – 100% accurate!}

I am so glad that I gave ACfH a chance — no pun intended — and I can not wait to get my hands on "Time is of the Essence" !! And like a Barnes & Noble user said: this would make a fraking badass movie!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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