Series: The Famished Trilogy #3
Genres: Dystopian, Horror, zombies
For three years, life is strenuous for Kansas Moore as she travels with her team and saves more people from the clutches of the revolutionists. On the downtime, they bide time by constructing and enlisting for their own cause.
When the general assigns her to search for a missing loved one, she turns to the team and what they find overturns everything they've learned so far.
In this dramatic conclusion of the Famished Trilogy, things are not what they seem and comfortable living is far from reach.
This book contains graphic violence, intense language, sexual situations, drug use, and is intended for a mature audience.
Annie Walls writes dark and urban fantasy outside of Nashville, TN. She’s currently earning her BA in English with a concentration in writing. Being a horror buff and a zombie apocalypse enthusiast is only the start of what makes her tick.
Praise for The Famished Trilogy
“I love the world Annie Walls creates where the famished are fast, the putrids are slow, and the humans are just as deadly as the living dead.”
– Paranormal Wastelands
“A zombie masterpiece! Taking on the Dead is emotional, gritty and hair-raising! The heroine’s voice instantly pulls you into her world and has you biting your nails at the heart-stopping suspense. Ms. Walls weaves horror, fantasy, romance and humor effortlessly into a vivid post-apocalyptic world you can’t get enough of…even when you’re a little grossed out.With a superb heroine that’s not afraid to get a little dirty, stand up male leads and some supernatural magic, Taking on the Dead is dark urban fantasy at its finest! My praises to Ms. Walls for a spectacular zombie debut that was truly EPIC!”
– Romancing the Darkside
“Suspenseful, thrilling, innovative and even funny at times, Taking on the Dead’ is a book you will not be able to put down. I love that the author obviously did her homework and while she added her own unique twists, she paid respect to the basic classic foundations of the genre. This is is a smartly crafted work, worthy of sharing a shelf with any modern day interpretation of Zombie mythology. Annie Walls is definitely an author to watch. I can’t wait for this book to be released. This is what good Zombie fiction should be.”
– Larry Batts
“Wow. This book just got uglier and uglier. Really amazing heroine and the romantic tension is so great! Loved that the author isn’t afraid of gore and her zombie lore is quite intriguing…”
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