Felicia has awakened from her alien infection. Felicia’s lover, her coworkers, and her customers are among a horde of reanimated bodies. But she’s stuck inside a store room and stricken by a terrible alien hunger. Restored to humanity, Felicia finds that she has retained a crimson shadow of what was inside her. Join both Felicia and Rachel for the conclusion of the BLOOD saga! More
Felicia is infected.
She has awakened to a blood-red mindscape. Fort Collins, Colorado, has suffered a grisly apocalyptic event, and all hell is breaking loose outside her Old Town store. Felicia’s lover, her coworkers, and her customers are among a horde of reanimated bodies. But she’s stuck inside a store room and stricken by a terrible alien hunger. When fate intervenes—and Rachel’s father Michael restores her humanity—Felicia finds that she has retained a crimson shadow of what was inside her.
As Felicia struggles to understand her new identity in the midst of an ongoing invasion, she will soon find herself wielding incomprehensible power. Meanwhile, the throngs of resurrected bodies have a new strategy: Destroy at all costs.
Join both Felicia and Rachel for the conclusion of the Blood saga!
“I absolutely love the Blood saga—it’s gripping, raw, and inventive. Thumbs up!”
—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin and Code Zero
“With Blood Red, Draw Blood, and Blood Dawn, Jason Bovberg—a master of tension—offers up a zombie epic for the new century.”
—Alden Bell, author of The Reapers Are the Angels
“Blood Dawn ends with a bang, and a ton of heart! It’s a terrific final novel in a trilogy so inventive and unique that it’s all but impossible to compare it to other tales in the genre.”
—Robert Leininger, author of Killing Suki Flood and Gumshoe
“Blood Dawn is even bloodier, weirder, and crazier than Blood Red and Draw Blood, bringing this wacko sci-fi/horror mashup to a satisfyingly splatter-drenched conclusion.”
—Bill Braddock, author of Brew
“The Blood trilogy is must-read zombie fiction—familiar enough to keep you glued to the action, innovative enough to keep you guessing.”
—Craig DiLouie, author of Suffer the Children
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