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The Remaining: Allegiance

On sale

26th February 2015

Price: £9.99

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Selected: Paperback / ISBN-13: 9780356503417

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This is the fifth, never-before-published, novel in the action-packed series following Special Forces Captain Lee Harden. Lee and a group of survivors struggle to survive while rebuilding an America devastated by a bacterium – one that has turned 90% of the population into a ravenous horde.

Through an overwhelming storm of pain and adversity Captain Lee Harden has fought and survived. But his mission continues.

Recovering from his wounds, mental and physical, he must rally his companions at Camp Ryder and push back against the still swarming hordes of the infected that threaten to extinguish an already devastated society.



Book 1: The Remaining
Book 2: The Remaining: Aftermath
Book 3: The Remaining: Refugees
Book 4: The Remaining: Fractured
Book 5: The Remaining: Allegiance
Book 6: The Remaining: Extinction

Novella 1: The Remaining: Trust
Novella 2: The Remaining: Faith

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Reviews

BOING BOING
These are my current favorite post-apocalyptic zombie novels! . . . I love how this series builds fantastic characters and poses them with and against one another in super believable situations. I can believe this future...The action is detailed and vivid
SF Crowsnest
A well written, taut adventure novel with characters that definitely make a mark
The Book Bag
Survival horror at almost its very best . . . Molles and Orbit are certainly onto a winner in a series that deserves to be seen by genre fans be it online or on paper
Publishers Weekly
Anxiety and building desperation fuel this debut zombie thriller . . . Sharply targeted sentences depict an acutely human action hero who wrestles his anxiety . . . Molles's precise construction gives readers ample reason to return