A six-part apocalyptic/zombie thriller series by an acclaimed team of authors–Craig DiLouie, Stephen Knight and Joe McKinney. THE RETREAT Episode #4: ALAMO is now available!
As a new disease turns people into sadistic, laughing killers, in Boston, a battalion of light infantry struggles to maintain order. As the numbers of infected grow, the battalion loses control, and the soldiers find themselves fighting for their lives against the very people they once swore an oath to protect.
During the ensuing collapse, the lost battalion learns the Army is still holding out in Florida, which has been cleared of the Infected. Harry Lee, its commander, decides the only hope for his men is to get there. But first they must cross more than a thousand miles of America that has been turned into a war zone, fighting a fearless, implacable and merciless enemy.
“PANDEMIC is a military action-filled nightmare. With some of the scariest infected that I have come across.” -Audiobook Reviewer (audio version for Episode #1), complete review here
“DiLouie + McKinney + Knight = Awesome! The Retreat #1: Pandemic will absolutely live up to the expectations of fans of Craig DiLouie and Joe McKinney. The story wastes no time pulling readers into the middle of a horrific viral outbreak in Boston … The infected provided some terrifying entertainment that I hope to see more of in the series.” –Zombiephiles.com, complete review here
“Dark and gritty … The Retreat kept me reading long into the night, and after I’d read the last line, maniacal, leering Klowns stalked my dreams. The Retreat hurtles along at a blinding pace rife with with well-drawn characters and firefights so intense I could hear the assault rifles hammering and smell Boston burning.” –Sean T. Smith, author of the Wrath trilogy
“I totally dug it, balls to the wall dug it … Craig DiLouie is in the ground floor with this little bloody gem and of his and I like many others cannot wait for the second novella to come out!” –Cabin Goddess, complete review here
“A new twist to the zombie genre … I couldn’t read fast enough, trying to hold my breath as events quickly unfolded. A great beginning to the series, and I can’t wait to read more about the Pandemic. I give it 5 out of 5 stars.” –Life in the Day, complete review here