Two brothers are thrust into a reality that makes them yearn for their years of deployment overseas. There were no news tickers or conspiracy theories to soften the sudden reality; the two soldiers witnessed the beginning of the end firsthand. Where would you go? Who would you save? This is the account of a small group of strangers who become family in order to somehow carry on against impossible odds.
Finally, there’s a zombie book that doesn’t have to rely on shock value and gore to elicit an emotional response. Between bouts of laughter and of tears, “And the Blood Ran Black” will have you forgetting to breathe while it unapologetically grabs you by the eyeballs.
About the Author
Nathan E. Harvey is a theoretical analyst of reanimation in dystopian societies as well as a keeper of unkempt facial hair. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University living in Fort Worth, Texas, with his wife, Taylor, and their dogs, Bear and Timber. He spent many summers hiking along the Appalachian Trail before working in a Tyler, Texas, hospital and is now an oilfield environmental consultant.