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Allison Hewitt is trapped. In the storeroom of Brookes & Peabody’s. In a world swarming with the Undead, the Doomed, the Infected.

Locked away with an oddball collection of colleagues and under siege, Allison takes advantage of a surviving internet connection and blogs. She writes, as the food runs out and panic sets in, as relationships develop and friends die, and as zombies claw at the door, all in the hope of connecting with other survivors out there. But as she reads the replies to her posts, Allison begins to comprehend the horrifying scale of the damage. And when no one comes to the group’s rescue, they are forced to leave the safety of their room and risk a journey across the city; streets that crawl with zombies, and worse – fellow humans competing for survival.

Reviews

'Madeleine Roux's novel is one of the single most exhilerating reads you'll find this year'
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'The plot...rises above the "same old" due to its unflagging energy and momentum. The central protagonists, and particularly the character of Allison herself, are depicted with discomfiting realism; fallible, damaged, and as capable of truly dreadful acts as of selfless ones. Overall, this is a great read, and a worthy addition to any zomfan's personal library...Read it, absolutely'
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'Allison Hewitt is Trapped is in one word: fantastic!...I've got only great things to say about this book. It's a keeper. One I haven't stopped thinking about since I finished. One that will live on my bookshelf forever. I loved it!'
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'This one rocks and shows the sub-genre is indeed maturing...highly recommended to horror fans, zombie fans, and those that like a well written adventure yarn. If you only plan on reading one horror novel this year, then look no further'
www.beyondscary.com
'One of the best zombie apocalypse novels I've read'
www.thefringemagazine.blogspot.com