L. Marshall James hails from northwest rural Pennsylvania, where he ran around barefoot and played 8-bit Nintendo when he wasn't playing with tar in the middle of the road. After a subpar high school performance, he obtained an associate's degree in information technology. He then worked in the IT field for over six years before calling it quits and joining his girlfriend in Southeast Asia for a traveling foray that lasted almost two years. He returned home just in time for Thanksgiving. Surprisingly enough, his family still loved him.
In daydreams, Paul envisioned himself fighting through the chaos and horror of the zombie apocalypse to emerge unscathed among the ashes. He thought he’d be a hero who would help rebuild what was left of the world into something better than it was before. But as a violence-inducing sickness surges into his hometown, he discovers that he was wrong.
There are no heroes in Hell.