Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Z Plan: Blood on the Sand

Z Plan: Blood on the Sand by Mikhail Lerma

Cale was sent to Iraq with the usual thoughts any Soldier going to war might have; being lonely away from his family, not wanting to take another human's life, and above all, the fear of never returning home. Although well trained, nothing could have prepared him for the horror he was about to face. 

Cale never thought the thing that could keep him from ever seeing his wife and daughter again would be a zombie apocalypse. As he and a handful of fellow Soldiers escape their base after a massive zombie attack, becoming deserters in order to survive, he begins the long and unexpected journey home through the harsh terrain of the desert; a barren landscape now swarming with not only undead cannibals, but also the enemy he was originally sent to fight. 

The newly formed group plans to travel west, find a boat and maybe, with a bit of luck, make it back to America. Cale is tested beyond his imagination and brought to the brink of insanity as he loses friends while fighting the flesh eating masses. He risks his life for weeks, focused on holding his wife and daughter in his arms again. It seems all hope is lost when he finds himself alone and adrift at sea ... but is hope really lost? 

Inspired by my experiences as a U.S. Army Soldier in Iraq, BLOOD ON THE SAND delves into the idea of not just surviving a zombie apocalypse but making the seemingly impossible trek home. It is the first book in the Z PLAN series.

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Zombie bookOctober 14, 2014
This review is from: Z Plan: Blood on the Sand (Kindle Edition)
I thought this was one of the better zombie books I've read lately! It was well written, full of action and emotion. Though most of the story is about the infection evolving, I enjoyed the fact that no one really knew what was going on at first. Most books it's the first thing they say, Oh look, zombies. I wanted to scream at the end because I couldn't wait to see what happens with the characters and hope to read the next book soon.
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