Dustin Miller, who is inspired by the author Michael Crichton, has completed his new book “Feed Them Their Own”: a tale that explores what the zombie apocalypse would be for the people who live and work behind the walls of a prison.
When the dead awaken from their slumber, Correctional Officer Susan Wells must lead a group of inmates and guards alike from cellblock B to cellblock A in a desperate attempt to keep everyone alive.
The prison’s infrastructure becomes unstable, and it is soon discovered that the threat not only approaches from outside the fences but is also imminent from within the penitentiary walls.
Miller writes, “I sped down the dark, desolate road with nothing but dimming streetlights to guide me through the black that enshrouded everything in front of me. I could feel my heart pounding through my chest, and my hands were shaking as I tried to retain a firm grasp on the steering wheel. The anxiety started to become overwhelming as the sweat poured down my face. I wasn’t sure what had just happened back there. It replayed in my mind like a horrible nightmare. Those people at that hospital, something was terribly wrong with them, seeming as if they were brainwashed. The woman’s contorted body was hardly able to move step to step. The discoloration of her skin and eyes. I could’ve sworn that she was nearly dead, if not certainly deceased. What the hell was going on?”
Readers can purchase “Feed Them Their Own” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
Categories: zombie books