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Readers often tell me they can’t wait to read my next books, so I’m running a special at the moment to help feed your book pile. I’ve put on sale for a limited time the Book 1 of my apocalyptic science fiction ZOMBIES ARE HUMAN series to celebrate the series being in pre-production for film! Choose your preferred online retailer or scroll down for more info. Happy Reading ~ Jamie
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Learn why reviewers are describing this series as “unputdownable” and why the series has been optioned for the movies… get ready for a late night.
ONCE UPON A TIME A PLAGUE ENDED THE WORLD.
When a new virus unleashes violence that devastates eighteen-year-old Corrina’s neighborhood, all Corrina can think about is surviving. But when the boy she loves is kidnapped by a group of government soldiers, she must team up with a strange group of street kids to save him.
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jamie Thornton comes a stunning survival series that has readers raving about its dark and gritty thrills. Powerful enemies, twisted memories, a government willing to do anything for control….
“…action packed and will have you reading this book at every opportunity…to anyone who enjoys reading about viruses and plagues gone wild in a post apocalyptic type setting…” – Bedazzled by Books
“…this book packs a big punch. I am completely hooked…If you are a zombie fan, make sure to add Jamie Thornton to your shelves. She is definitely one author that knows her zombies.” – JBronder Book Reviews
…a can’t-put-down zombie thriller that will have you reading into the wee hours of the night. – The Chronicles of Jen
“Being a fan of The Walking Dead, I was looking forward to … Contamination. I was not disappointed. I love her ability to put a unique slant on her characters, villains, settings and action.” – GoodReads reviewer
“This series takes a truly unique twist on the zombie genre…” – GoodReads reviewer