Ninetynine

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
It's the last year of the century...the next century. All people are reduced to live inside walled-in colonies, less they face the zombified masses roaming beyond the walls. Duncan Cuddeyer is simply a transplant to a new colony. But the walls are being torn down. Duncan is forced to make impossible decisions that lead him through a journey of questionable allegiances and the world in his hands. More

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About Aaron M. Patterson

Aaron M. Patterson writes fiction--some general and others science fiction--but always entertaining. He has a wide array of strongpoints in his writing. His poignant tales are dialogue-driven, character-developed, and plot-rounded. Patterson creates novels in the spirit of writers like Kurt Vonnegut, Ray Bradbury, and Robert Charles Wilson.

While Patterson is as of yet unpublished, he revels in the plethora of self-publishing options recently opening to new authors. He plans on self-publishing many of his full works of fiction on Smashwords, Lulu, Kindle, and other forms of publishing in the very near future.

Patterson lives in South Charleston, WV, originally from Ravenswood in the same state, and holds both a BA and MS in Geography from Marshall University.

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J.E. Bolton reviewed on on Jan. 15, 2013

NINETYNINE is one of the best apocalyptic zombie thrillers I've read in a while. It's very descriptive and "takes your there." The ending teaches us all that, as in Greek mythology, from the ashes a phoenix shall rise. This time, the phoenix is a town called "Newton."

Very well done! Another wonderful book and another wonderful author.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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