eBook edition of AUTUMN: INFERNO – the second book in the London trilogy. Contains Kindle and ePub versions.
LONDON IS DEAD!
Two months ago, billions of people were killed by a deadly germ. Days later, they rose up again in massive numbers. Since then, cities worldwide have become rat-infested, germ-filled hellholes, ruled by the living dead.
There are three hundred survivors grouped together in the shadows of the Tower of London. On one side, the river Thames. In all other directions, nothing but the undead.
With so many mouths to feed, food is at a premium. But if they can make it through winter, they’ll have a shot at long-term survival. They have no choice but to scavenge the ruins of apocalyptic London to survive, but with every building they strip, every street they clear, they risk enraging the vast hordes of the undead that have them surrounded.
It’s a delicate balancing act – fight to survive but avoid an unwinnable, all-out war.
And yet, there may be another option…
AUTUMN: INFERNO is the second book in a standalone trilogy set in the nightmare world of David Moody’s international best-selling AUTUMN novels – the original epic British zombie saga.
PRAISE FOR DAVID MOODY AND THE AUTUMN SERIES:
“A head-spinning thrill ride, a cautionary tale about the most salient emotion of the 21st century… HATER will haunt you long after you read the last page…” —GUILLERMO DEL TORO (director of PAN’S LABYRINTH, THE SHAPE OF WATER) on HATER
“AUTUMN: DAWN is an unabated, unforgiving onslaught of intensity that takes aim at both the light and dark side of humanity… it knocks the wind out of you on the opening page and keeps you gasping for air.”—BookNest
“David Moody’s AUTUMN: DAWN breathes new life into my favourite undead series.” —Craig DiLouie, author of EPISODE THIRTEEN
“AUTUMN: DAWN is an instant classic of the zombie genre.” —The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer
“AUTUMN: INFERNO is an absolute blast from beginning to end. 10/10” —Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life
“By the end of the book, you will be waiting impatiently for the next instalment.” —DREAD CENTRAL