AFTER was supposed to be a medical miracle. Arms researchers perverted nanotechnology and turned it into a weapon against civilian populations. We are all targets now.
The AFTER Life trilogy is Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise. This Plague of Days is a slow burn that builds and builds. AFTER Life is action-packed with fast zombies, treacherous twists, and intrepid survivors.
The action zips along from a vault that’s been compromised to civilization’s fall. Get ready for sentient zombies rampaging through Canada and invading America. The fate of the humanity is up to one cop full of regrets and the research scientist whose work was stolen.
From the reviews:
“You’ll find yourself breathing more shallow and sweating along with the main character.” ~ author Andrew Butters
“The reader does not have to make a huge leap in suspending disbelief. It feels like it could happen.” ~ Amazon reviewer
AFTER Life: Where technology and brain parasites meet
Dan Harmon (not the creator of Rick and Morty of the same name) is new to the Emergency Task Force. When a bio-weapons lab far beneath Toronto’s streets is compromised, Dan is tasked with going in to take control of the vault. Complications ensue as nanotechnology and brain parasites are weaponized.
There’s a good chance you found my books by reading This Plague of Days, the trilogy that brought you zombies, vampires and humans versus humans. (Can’t forget the mute boy on the spectrum who is our one chance at survival of the human species!) But that’s not all I have for you!
I basically write in two genres: apocalyptic fiction and killer crime thrillers.
Did you know I have another zombie trilogy? It’s called AFTER Life.
The story begins in a lab in downtown Toronto. Nanotechnology delivered what was supposed to be a medical miracle. Weapons manufacturers have turned what could be a boon to all humans into a deadly parasite that turns normal people into rampaging killers.
SWAT officer Daniel Harmon’s job is to secure the lab. Dr. Chloe Robinson is the one woman who might be able to stop the zombie invasion of the United States. The action is fast and the twists come at the speed of your brain on speed.
This series is fiction that is rooted in near-reality that may not be far off. If you enjoyed This Plague of Days, give AFTER Life a try!