John J. Fero is a contemporary writer of fantasy and horror. He was born October 1, 1981. With the sacred scale of the zodiac, he is a proud Libra. His love affair with writing began at a young age. In his own words, "As far back as I can remember, I always loved to create stories. As a child I would make up stories, some with heroes, others with monsters and ghouls, and my friends and I would act them out in plays for family and friends." Around the age of thirteen, fate led him to a certain vampire named Lestat. Infatuated with the works of Ann Rice, specifically "Interview with a Vampire," John began a lifelong fascination with the way words on a page could bring a character or a world to life. So, with his undying artistic temperament, he vies to create his own worlds of fantasy and horror. He is also a self-proclaimed "die hard" sports fan and follower of the vast majority of New York teams: the New York Knicks, Giants, and, of course, the Yankees. He currently resides in New York with his wife and two kids.
In the course of one night, civilization has fallen and terror has risen as zombies have taken control. Twelve-year-old Drew, has awoken to a world overtaken by chaos and destruction. Now Drew, along with his mother and father, must find a way out of the inner city of New York that is overrun with the ever-growing undead. A heart-pounding horror story told through the eyes of a child.