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Of Sudden Origin by C Chase Harwood
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Of Sudden Origin

by C Chase Harwood

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This title was packed with action, suspense, thrills, fantastic characters, crazy plot twists, and new types of infected, horrifying creatures...I loved it!! ( )
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"If you like The Passage, World War Z and The Road, this book is a great one for you" "An action packed thriller with a unique twist to the zombie canon" "Cinematic quality of writing and strong characters" Perhaps once in an epoch, events force evolution to take a giant leap and a life form arises that is aberrant to that from which it sprang. This process is known to science as Of Sudden Origin. Call them zombies if you must; America, is at the mercy of a ruthless infection that devolves the intellect into that of a simian fiend. Horrible, yes, merciless, yes, blood thirsty, unquestionably - but it is the offspring of the infected who will change the world: The children of the Fiends are a mutant mind controlling abomination, and there is no defense against them.

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