Surviving the Evacuation, Book 1: London by Frank Tayell

Surviving the Evacuation, Book 1: London

By Frank Tayell

  • Release Date: 2014-07-18
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Score: 4.5
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Description

The outbreak began in New York. Soon it had spread to the rest of the world. People were attacked, infected, and they died. Then they came back. Nowhere is safe from the undead.

As nations fell, anarchy and civil war took grip across the globe, Britain was quarantined. The press was nationalised. Martial law, curfews, rationing, it wasn't enough. An evacuation was planned for the major cities. 

Bill Wright broke his leg on the day of the outbreak. Unable to join the evacuation, he watched from his window as the streets filled with refugees. He watched as the streets emptied once more. He watched as they filled up again, this time with the undead.

He is trapped. He is alone. He is running out of food and water. He knows that to reach the safety of the enclaves he will have to venture out into the wasteland that once was England. On that journey he will ultimately discover the horrific truth behind a decades old conspiracy. 

This is the first volume of his journal. (74,000 words)

Books in the series: 1: London. 2: Wasteland. (Zombies vs The Living Dead) 3: Family. 4: Unsafe Haven. 5: Reunion. 6: Harvest. 7: Home. & Here We Stand 1: Infected & 2: Divided

Post-apocalyptic detective novels: Serious Crimes, Counterfeit Conspiracy & Work, Rest, Repeat.

Reviews

  • Surviving the Evacuation

    5
    By Alamanda k-9
    Very great. It has a lot suspense. The journal entries made even better.
  • Thoroughly enjoyable

    5
    By Jonesyagain
    Great read, kept me engaged. Now onto the next instalment!
  • Amazing!

    5
    By samsproul
    Quite an amazing read, for the price. Its written in diary-format and takes cues from WWZ style-wise. I thoroughly enjoyed it!!! My one complaint would be the use of "They/Them/etc" but other than that, perfectly written.

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