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The War On Horror: Tales From A Post-Zombie Society  Nathan Allen

What happens when the zombie apocalypse turns out to be a zombie aberration?

Three years have passed since the rising of the undead, and life has more or less returned to normal.

Zombie encounters are now few and far between. The undead are more of a nuisance than a menace; they are less likely to sink their teeth into unsuspecting civilians than they are to be attacked by vigilantes and rabid lynch mobs.

Laws have been passed for the zombies’ own protection, and they are safely and humanely quarantined from society.

Dead Rite, an undead management and control firm, suddenly finds itself on the brink of bankruptcy. The zombie population is dwindling and the bills are piling up.

So when a lucrative opportunity unexpectedly presents itself, it seems almost too good to be true.

A tale of misfits, weirdos, outcasts, alcoholics, trust fund activists, dead-head hippies, sleazy politicians and psychotic hillbillies; all foot soldiers fighting in the war on horror.

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Chapter 1

Elliott was sorting through his phone messages when he learned of his unexpected windfall. “You’re not going to believe this,” he said. “I’ve just inherited seventeen million dollars!” Miles sat opposite and fiddled with the vents above him. He was trying to get the minibus‟s air conditioning to work, but many years had passed since those vents had blown anything other than warm air. “No kidding,” he said without looking away. “I guess this means you can pay me back the twenty dollars I loaned you last week.” “It says here,” Elliott continued, “that a distant relative of mine, a guy names Johannes Maxwell Elliott, died recently in a tragic zombie attack.” “I‟m sorry to hear that.” “It turns out he’s a member of the Swiss royal family, and that I‟m his closest living relative. Which is weird, because I‟ve never even heard of the guy.” “It’s also a bit strange that his last name is the same as your first name, rather than having the same surname. Or that Switzerland has no royal family.” “Let me guess,” Adam said from the driver’s seat. “They can transfer the money into your account just as soon as you pay a small administration fee?” Elliott skimmed through the rest of the message. “It doesn’t mention anything about fees. But even so, who cares? Seventeen million!” “Maybe you should ask them to waive any fees in exchange for a percentage of the inheritance,” Miles deadpanned. “Hey, that’s a good idea.” Elliott sat up in his seat and began composing a reply. “Come on Elliott, I was joking. You really shouldn’t engage with people like that.” “Relax, baby,” Elliott grinned. “I‟ll just have a bit of fun with it.” “I doubt they’ll see the funny side if you start jerking them around. Those people are known to get pretty nasty.” Elliott let out a dismissive snort. “What can they do from the other side of the world?” Miles sighed and gave up on the air-con. The minibus struggled to pick up speed as it travelled up a steep incline. A minute later the GPS instructed Adam to take a left into Shriver Court, and they quickly spotted the creature they had been called out to collect. The jovial mood inside the bus subsided. Elliot put his phone away. Miles‟ pulse quickened a little. “This could get a bit tense,” Adam warned as he pulled over to the side of the road and switched off the ignition. “A situation like this, we‟re going to have to be extra careful.” Their target this Friday evening was a young man in his early twenties. Or at least he was a day or two ago. Now he was a zombie. He wore a blood-drenched Fugazi t-shirt and ripped black jeans. But he wasn’t what Adam was referring to when he said they would have to exercise caution. He was talking about the burgeoning crowd that had gathered nearby. The three collected their equipment and stepped off the minibus. The zombie staggered around in the middle of the road, while concerned residents watched on from their houses. They stood guard on their lawns, brandishing brooms and rakes, or whatever else they could find to protect themselves. A few hurled insults and abuse at the neighbourhood interloper. Others hurled rocks and bottles. Adam and Miles knew from experience that this was where the real potential for conflict lay. The zombie didn‟t pose any significant threat to their safety. They had collected hundreds, maybe even thousands like it over the past three years. Zombies were easy to handle because they were predictable. A restless crowd was anything but predictable. Adam could sense trouble brewing, so he quickly moved in.

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Ebook (PDF), 245 Pages

File Size: 10 MB

Author:  Nathan Allen

Language: English

Genre: Zombies, Horror

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