Imagine a disease: invisible, infiltrating. Everywhere. You cannot escape this virus. It will get you.
Unless you’re one of the lucky ones with immunity, the Death Flu will kill you; it’s only a question of when.
Though, perhaps, if you have immunity, that makes you one of the un-lucky ones. Your friends and family — those you so recently regarded as sorry victims of the disease — are now rising once again, your mindless, implacable enemies, forever hungering for your flesh.
As you pick your way through the broken remnants of a shattered country — always on the move, never safe — you soon realize that there is something to fear every bit as much as the pursuing zombies: the other survivors.
Death Flu by Scott Brietzke
A novel you won’t dare to put down. Coming from Greyhart Press in 2012
Nice blurb–you set up the situation and hook the reader.
Thanks very much.
I’m really keen to publish this novel. It has a character called Jack who is so capable of evil that I couldn’t take my eye of him; I had to keep on reading the manuscript in case he snuck up on me.