by Sean Platt and David Wright
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Pub Date 20 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 06 Apr 2023
It’s 2134 in a dystopian America, one century after a series of zombie plagues first infected then obliterated much of the world’s population.
The survivors formed six walled Cities throughout the continent, all under the rule of a totalitarian government that enforces strict control over its populace.
You must obey your government.
You must be a good citizen.
You must be a productive citizen.
You must not break the law.
Or The City Watch will find you and arrest you.
Jonah Lovecraft, a former Watcher, was arrested for the murder of his wife. Like most criminals, he has one chance at freedom ― to participate in The Darwin Games, a televised survival show pitting two players from each city against one another in The Barrens, the uninhabited areas outside the City Walls.
He’ll also have to face another enemy ― the zombies still roaming The Barrens.
As he fights for his freedom against impossible odds, his daughter, Anastasia, stumbles into people who have information about her father ― information that will change her life forever.
While putting her in the crosshairs of her father’s enemies.
Z2134 is the first book of a dystopian trilogy from the bestselling authors of Yesterday’s Gone.
This book was initially released in episodes as a Kindle Serial.
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Average rating from 19 members
this was a unique take on the zombie genre, it was a well done story and I was invested in what was going on in this world. I enjoyed the way the authors work this and I enjoyed the way the characters were created. It works as a horror novel and was a great young adult novel. I can't wait to read more from these authors.
"The feast on the monitors grew louder, as did the cheering. Adam’s friends were glued to every inch of the main monitor. Zombie strikes were bloody, sudden, and hypnotic. Adam turned his attention back to the TV so his friends wouldn’t think he was too scared."