Synopsis: The zombie apocalypse, which has devastated the world, is in its final throes when Meg’s husband is bitten. She has lost so much already that she simply can’t face losing him too, so when it becomes apparent that he is about to join the ranks of the walking dead, she decides to employ her skills as a dog trainer and takes it upon herself to train him.
Not only must she face the dangers inherent in close contact with a zombie, she must also protect him from outside forces that mean him harm. Can she convince the handsome yet stern Colonel MacDonald that he deserves a chance? Can she stop him being used for vivisection? What about those who want to use him as bait for other zombies?
Join Meg during the final few months of the Zombie War, as she shares her, at times, gruesome, sad and darkly humorous story.
Review: It’s been a long time since I’ve read a zombie book and I’ve had this novel for quite some time. So I started this story with pleasure and curiosity.
Meg has lost everything because of the zombies and when her husband gets bitten, she decides she won’t let it happen and she decides she’ll try to train him. However, it will not be easy, especially when she is forced to place him under surveillance.
It’s not a very complicated story, but it’s entertaining and I had a good time overall. It was nice to see Meg trying to keep a connection with her husband who is no longer a real person and to see her open up to someone else like Colonel MacDonald who also lost everything during that war.
A novel that is quick and light to read.