Zombies have taken over!
Zombie hoards created by the evil Pharmakon company have taken over the world, including the quiet shores of Newfoundland’s west coast. In this horrifying third volume, the tiny island's population must now rebuild itself amid the chaos of a zombie infestation, a nation apart from the rest of the world for the first time in over one hundred years! Can even the turbulent waters of the sea stop the zombie plague?
"Brilliant... Breathes new life into the Zombie genre. Horror master Paul Carberry's vivid details and relatable characters dominate. It's no wonder he is one of Atlantic Canada Best!" -- Peter Breau, author of Mississippi Zombie.
“Excitingly scary. Horror master Paul Carberry breathes fresh air into the zombie genre. Do yourself a favor and read this book you wont be disappointed.”
— Peter Breau, author of It Came From the Public Domain and Mississippi Zombie.
“[Carberry] draws in his readers from the first page, effortlessly providing the tension and fear necessary to create his terrifying apocalyptic tale.”
— Fiona Cooke Hogan, author of What Happened In Dingle
“This is an astonishing first novel from Paul Carberry. I read it over the course of two days, and in those two days my time was divided thusly: reading it, and wishing I were still reading it.” — Matthew LeDrew, author of the Coral Beach Casefiles series.
“A great story with good references to other zombie works.”
— Shannon Green, author of ‘Lower Antarras’
Paul Carberry is a huge proponent of the horror genre and its place in literature. He has two children, daughter Dana and son Rick, with his wife Leah.
Paul has published three novels with Engen Books: Zombies on the Rock: Outbreak, Zombies on the Rock: The Viking Trail, and Zombies on the Rock: The Republic of Newfoundland. He has also had numerous short stories featured in publication, including The Light of Cabot Tower, Into the Forest, and Halloween Mummers.
His fourth novel, focusing on shark attacks, will be released in 2020.