Water: A Zombie Apocalypse Novel

Water: A Zombie Apocalypse Novel

by William Esmont

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On a drilling rig off the coast of Texas, Megan Pritchard and a desperate group of survivors cling to a meager existence in the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. When they hear rumors of a safe zone on the far side of the ocean, they must decide whether to risk all in search of a better life or to stay and accept what they have. Unbeknownst to them, a new threat, one worse than anything they've yet faced, lurks in wait.

Book 1 - Fire: The Collapse
Book 2 - Air: Mortal Choice
Book 3 - Earth: Desperate Measures
Book 4 - Water: The End of Us

The Elements of the Undead Omnibus (Books One - Three)

Coop: An Elements of the Undead Short

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148203124
Publisher: Devious Productions, LLC
Publication date: 01/14/2014
Series: Elements of the Undead , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 361,794
File size: 752 KB

About the Author

William Esmont lives in Tucson, Arizona with his wife and a motley collection of Great Danes, cats, and chickens. He's a software engineer by training and has spent his career working in industries from video games to industrial controls to high-tech manufacturing. When he's not writing, he enjoys cycling and exploring the mountains and deserts of the southwest.

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Water: A Zombie Apocalypse Novel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Christi Mc 24 days ago
While following the general genre of most zombie apocalypse stories, the author gives an awesome build of characters making the reader feel as if they are personally acquainted with each. There are a few grammatical errors as with most self published novellas but they are fee and far between. I had wished to know the outcome of a few of the characters mentioned in previous writing and was disappointed when there was no mention. over all however "Water" leaves the reader with a longing to read the next book.