Church of Chaos

Raised in a world where rules are not meant to be broken and zombies are waiting around every corner, Pilar never expected that she'd find herself pitted up against the very people she'd trusted to keep her safe. More

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About Gen Griffin

I'm Gen Griffin.

I am the author of the Possum Creek Series (Hot Southern Mess, Hissy Fit, Hot Southern Nights, Long Dead and plenty more to come!) and the After the Apocalypse Series (The Scavengers and its upcoming sequel, Church of Chaos).

If you want to know more about me or my work, I'm easy to find.

Check out www.gengriffin.com for my ramblings, upcoming releases, book news, publishing news and various and sundry thoughts that float through my head. Sometimes I even give away free books there.

About the Series: After The Apocalypse
It has been 28 years, 14 weeks and 9 days since a virus turned more than half of the world's human population into zombies. More than 95 percent of the population died within 6 months of the initial infection. Those who survived holed up wherever they could find safety.

Pilar's parents found safety in the Cube, a building that was originally built as a prison for violent criminals. Her mother always told her the sacrifices they made to live in the Cube were worth it because they were safe. Pilar never questioned her safety until the day her parents disappeared without a trace from inside their apartment.

Thrust unexpectedly into a world where no one can be trusted, Pilar has to learn to think on her feet as she's faced with friends who have turned into enemies, enemies who have turned into friends, prophecies that may or may not be true and the ever present threat of being eaten by zombies.

Torn between survival and a fate far worse than death, the actions Pilar takes will determine the fate of everyone she loves.

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