New free Zombies (SF) Kindle books for 2017-08-15:

The Whelming Prospects of the Post-Zombocalypse World
by Jacob Wall-Ling
$0.00, 280 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #2 in > Humor & Entertainment > Humor > Satire
For Kate the zombie apocalypse meant a future with unlimited possibilities. Gone were the horrors of the past such as not being able to get a decent username, or feeling obligated to order a salad to post on the internet. It’s been a dozen years and Kate has her heart set on teaching the rising generation to follow their dreams, but when a mysterious cure is advertised over the old radio waves, the deeply disturbed world that the survivors live in is thrown into hilarious chaos.


“If you combined the elegance of CS Lewis and the suspense of Stephen King, you’d have something that is very different than this novel. But I would be interested in reading that novel.”

“It’s like 50 shades of gray, without the sex, or interesting parts, or sells.”

“It’s a way to spend time.”

“I’ve never heard of it.” - J.K. Rowling, maybe, if we were able to ask her to leave a quote about this book.

“It’s Leslie Knope meets the Zombie Apocalypse.” - a writer that wished to remain anonymous so people wouldn’t know he wrote it about his own story.

“I think the author does a good job of using mostly words that are real words.”

“My favorite part was the ending, because it was over.”

“At first, I wasn’t sure what to think. But then, I was later sure of what to think.”

“On a scale from War and Peace to Twilight Fan Fic, it falls somewhere on that scale.”

“So full of buzz feed quality material, they should offer the author a buyout.”

“The novel of our generation. If we had all died. And there were no other books ever written.”

“Endlessly quotable and a great time” - Brandon Sanderson, something he might have said about a different book.

“In no way did this book contain anything remotely resembling intelligence. Everyone that read it is now stupider for having done so. I award this book no points, and may God have mercy on the author’s soul.” - Author’s Best Friend

2136: A Post-Apocalyptic Novel
by Matthew Thrush
$0.00, 388 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #10 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
Orphaned as a child and hidden from the world, 23-year-old Willow’s life is ordinary. Until a stranger comes into her life forcing her to recount past memories she thought she had suppressed and speaks of a destiny she cannot accept.

Fueled with regret and a looming fear of the unknown, Willow must make a choice. Save the world or save herself. There’s just one problem; she’s been infected.

2136 is the first book in Matthew Thrush’s post-apocalyptic thriller trilogy. If you liked the Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, or The Divergent Series, then you’ll love Matthew Thrush’s new dystopian serial series.

Pick up 2136 to unlock the mysteries of our fallen world today!

ZK:Falling (Zombie Killers Book 0)
by J.F. Holmes
$0.00, 102 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #12 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military > Space Marine

When the world ends, where will you stand? Will you hold the center, or fall?

When his National Guard unit is overrun by the victims of the plague sweeping America, Sergeant First Class Nick Agostine struggles to keep his vow to defend against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and keep those he loves safe. Along the way, he discovers just how far he will go to survive, and the price of redemption.

The prequel to the best selling Post Apocalyptic series, Irregular Scout Team One. This is how it all began, and how America fell.

Adamanta: Season 1, Episode 1
by T.Y. Carew, Jess Mountifield
$0.00, 77 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #26 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > First Contact
A team of humans is willing to face almost insurmountable odds to save the human race from annihilation. But quite how safe from discovery and attack is the planet the research team has been secluded on?

Matt has spent her whole life helping her parents with research that could change the fate of the entire human race. She believes it's time to take it to the next stage and use it in active combat, but is she really ready to join the war and fight for mankind?

Xander has dedicated his whole life to the military, keeping humans throughout the galaxy alive, no matter the risks. He's struggling not to become disillusioned when, time and again, running away is the only option. Can he find the one thing humanity needs to turn the tide, and can he cope with that thing being a person?

The War of Mankind: And the Rise of Homo Ursus
by I.M. Anonymous, Clark Wilkins
$0.00, 317 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #467 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
The world is in a catastrophic drought predicted to last thirty years, devastating the world’s food supply. A record world population divides up food and water that’s only half what’s needed. The other half has to go. When law enforcement breaks down, food riots, malnutrition, and cannibalism prevail. An 18 year old boy just trying to find a job finds himself in a terrifying predicament – trapped in his starving hometown with Death closing in, feeding on those left like cattle. And yet this is just the beginning…

Using his father’s survival training he prepares for the brutal gauntlet of escaping the country knowing every town he goes through he’ll run into more of the same. And at his back, the whole way, is a monster right behind him, close enough to touch him. So grab your gun and a full clip and hang on for the ride because it’s going to be one of sheer terror. Man’s worst nightmare is about to unfold as reality. Can he make it? Does he have the training and the will to use it?

Based entirely upon both current scientific and government predictions for the next decade, it isn’t zombies you have to worry about. It’s worse. You can either read about it now before it happens or live it when it does because, either way, you will be here for it.

Rot: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller (Rot Series Book 1)
by Damon Hunter
$0.00, 138 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #1 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Medical
A disease called the rot has spread to the United States, leading to a quarantine being imposed on most of California. Victims react in different ways. Most become like zombies, wandering about aimlessly unless they come across someone to bite and spread the disease. Others become aggressive and animal like. Rarer are those who seem to immune.

Eric Vance of the newly formed Tactical Medical Response Team is one of the immune. He is trapped in San Francisco awaiting rescue after a doomed mission into the Quarantined California left him and two others stranded. He learns his ex wife, Donna and teenage daughter, Katelin are trapped in a newly quarantine part of Southern California. Knowing they are trouble he makes plans to leave his post and go help them.

Donna and Katelin are not waiting around for help. They fall in with a motley bunch of survivors and try to fight their way out, but the rot is much more pervasive and deadly than they could have anticipated.

To complicate matters roaming the wasteland collecting the immune and processing them into samples to study is mad TMRT scientist Dr. Talbot. Even if Vance and his family can survive the rot Talbot has other sinister plans for them.

Zombie Society - They Live Among Us
by Hector Shackleton
$0.00, 137 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #182 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Zombie Society - They Live Among Us, by Hector Shackleton.

In August 2016, the President of the United States announced to the nation that he was signing into law Executive Order 14245, The Zombie Assimilation Act. The following day, millions of zombies who were being imprisoned in camps around the country were released into the general population.

This is the story of the Quinn family of Boston, Massachusetts, an ordinary American family as they adjust to their new lives, living among zombies in their schools, hospitals, workplaces – Everywhere.