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Escape(Zombie Chronicles, #1)
When an asteroid passes by our planet and leaves a trail of death in its wake, a quarter of the population have become the living dead.
Twenty-five years later the zombies are under the control of the government. Citizens are chosen to participate in Project Mirror, a cloning project in which their "mirrors" are used as food for the undead. When one man discovers that something in his blood is being used to create an army of super-zombies, he decides to help his mirror escape. In doing so he uncovers a secret so guarded that the powers that be will stop at nothing to eliminate him and all those that he loves.
Escape: A Zombie Chronicles Novel is the first book is a series of edge-of-your-seat thrillers that will take you on an adventure beyond your wildest imagination, and leave you wanting more with every turn of the page.
"This is the 1984 of zombie novels." – Scott Sigler, New York Times bestselling author of Infected, Contagious, and Ancestor
"Just when you think you know where it's going, Melzer kicks you in the balls and turns everything on its head. ESCAPE will take you to the edge and leave you wanting more." – David Moody, author of Hater, Dog Blood, and Autumn
"The title of this book is completely misleading – there is no escape from Escape. James Melzer masterfully blurs the line between sci-fi and horror in this stellar debut. It's raucous, and gritty... and gripping. Keep the light on when you read this one." – J. C. Hutchins, author of Personal Effects: Dark Art and 7th Son: Descent