Comes the Dark (The Dark Trilogy Book 1)

Comes the Dark (The Dark Trilogy Book 1)

by Patrick D'Orazio

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The end came with a whimper, not a bang. The virus engulfed the world in a matter of days. The infected die�and then rise again. Governments collapsed, armies disappeared, and entire civilizations turned to dust as the human race tore itself to pieces.

Jeff Blaine had a good life: a beautiful wife, adorable children, and a nice house in the suburbs. He liked his job, loved his family, and spent his lazy suburban Sundays out on the deck, barbecuing with the neighbors. Things were perfect, until everything fell apart. And no matter how hard Jeff tried, he could not spare his family from the horrors scratching at the door.

Now, with his family gone and his life in ruins, the only thing left is raw anger and pain. As the world continues to sink into darkness, Jeff does as well. So he ventures out into the desolation with no better plan than to destroy as many of the monsters that stole his life away before they destroy him as well.

But soon Jeff will discover other survivors unwilling to give up. They will force him to decide whether or not to give in to the venom that gnaws at his soul. Should he continue to fight to survive, or succumb to the things that come with the dark?

�Grabs you from the first few pages� I enjoyed the mix of good character building and tense action��

�An exhilarating read that kept me going, and D. Orazio�s apocalyptic world is a dismal wasteland that will remain etched in your mind.�

�Serves as excellent meat and potatoes zombie fiction for fans who like their read bloody.�
--Craig DiLouie, author of THE INFECTION

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148236320
Publisher: Permuted Press
Publication date: 07/09/2013
Series: The Dark Trilogy , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 705,597
File size: 1 MB

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