Series: Arisen

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Arisen: Genesis by Michael Stephen FuchsBook 0
Arisen, Book One - Fortress Britain by Glynn JamesBook 1
Arisen, Book Two - Mogadishu of the Dead by Glynn JamesBook 2
Arisen, Book Three - Three Parts Dead by Glynn JamesBook 3
Arisen, Omnibus One by Glynn JamesOmnibus 1-3
Arisen, Book Four - Maximum Violence by Glynn JamesBook 4
Exodus (Arisen, #5) by Glynn JamesBook 5
Arisen, Book Six - The Horizon by Glynn JamesBook 6
Death of Empires (Arisen #7) by Glynn James7
Arisen, Book Eight - Empire of the Dead (Volume 8) by Glynn James8
Nemesis (Arisen, #8.5) by Michael Stephen Fuchs8.5
Arisen, Book Nine - Cataclysm (Volume 9) by Michael Stephen Fuchs9
ARISEN, Book Ten - The Flood (Volume 10) by Michael Stephen Fuchs10
Deathmatch: Arisen, Book 11 by Michael Stephen Fuchs11
ARISEN, Book Twelve - Carnage (Volume 12) by Michael Stephen Fuchs12

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Series description

When the Zombie Apocalypse came, one country had shut down its borders in response to a major terrorist attack. Now Fortress Britain is the last bastion of the living - with 50 million beleaguered survivors facing down a world of 7 billion animated corpses.

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