Operation Z-Day (The Raven Falconer Chronicles: Episode One)

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A vicious, viral invader launches a deadly assault, beginning in Canada but quickly spreading to all parts of the globe. Raven Falconer, a fledgling author, struggles to survive along with a trio of roommates in a land succumbing to death and transformation. Fast paced and ultimately a terror ride, shedding light on a realistic scenario in a world destroyed by microscopic assailants. Episode 1 More

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About Dennis F. Larsen

Dennis F. Larsen grew up in Brigham City, Utah, a small town set against the Rocky Mountains. He attended Utah State University before graduating from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon with a Doctorate of Optometry degree in May of 1987. He has worked as an Optometrist in a group practice since that time. Dennis was married to his hometown sweetheart, Holly, in 1981 and they have four children. In recent years their lives have been blessed with the addition of six grandchildren. They currently live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Writing has become a wonderful release for Dennis, giving him a vent for his active imagination and need to stay active. His first novel, 'With Cruel Intent', is a crime thriller set in rural Georgia. It is presently being edited for re-release. 'The Living Hunger' takes on a new feel, plunging survivors of a nuclear and biological holocaust into a new world of death and dismay. The author's most recent work is a dystopian-themed story, following four roommates as they cope with a viral pandemic that turns humans into Huskers: animalistic, altered humans - not quite zombies, but far from 'normal'. Catch this one in three episodes or as a completed Series: The Raven Falconer Chronicles.

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Review by: Book Reader on Nov. 8, 2013 :
This book has such a refreshing view of the walking dead phenomenon. I have to say I was getting burned out on all the books and movies about brain eating zombies. What I loved about this book is you get to peek inside the psyche of the zombie-like individuals and have an understanding of why they do the things they do. This made the book unique compared to any of the others I've read in the same genre. The female characters are entertaining and believable. You're able to see what's going on through the eyes of the heroins and the infected so there's excitement throughout the whole episode. Can't wait to see what happens next!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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