Boone and Walker
Boone and Walker are the last members of the Floating Dragons motorcycle gang. When the zombie apocalypse turns the world upside down, they hit the open road to discover America. No responsibilities, no rules, no system. Like Frank and Jesse James, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, all they need are steeds and sidearms.
The Road To Hell
But this bloodstained road is paved with the walking dead; shambling corpses starved for living flesh. The few humans left are no less hungry, and Boone and Walker encounter remnants of civilization desperate to survive. In some cases, the living are even more dangerous than the dead.
First west to Hollywood to gaze at the stars, then southeast to the badlands of Texas. Boone and Walker make a last stand on behalf of humanity. Along the way guns blaze, rotting flesh bakes on the asphalt, and friendship and loyalty are tested to their limits.
Carnage Road is Gregory Lamberson’s unforgettable ode to westerns, biker pictures, and the cinmena of the living dead.
This book was a very quick short read that kept me on the edge of my seat. At only 81 pages, I was worried that the story would either be choppy or rushed. It wasn’t. Gregory Lamberson packed in enough horror and action into this small book.
The ghouls are taking over the country. But Boone and Walker decide anyway that if they are going to die, they might as well get one last romp through the US. On their journey they meet up with some very interesting characters.
This was definitely a fun read, but not for the feint of heart.
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