Z 2134

z 2134 is a thrilling new zombie serial in the spirit of 1984, The Walking Dead, and The Hunger Games, from the writers of the post-apocalyptic bestselling serial, Yesterday’s Gone.

It is the year 2134 in a dystopian America, following a series of zombie plagues which infected and decimated much of the world’s population starting 100 years ago.

Those left, formed six walled Cities throughout the continent, all under the rule of a totalitarian government which enforces strict control over its populace.

You must obey your government.

You must be a good citizen.

You must be a productive citizen.

You must not break the law.

Or The City Watch will find you and arrest you.

Jonah Lovecraft, a former Watcher, was arrested for the murder of his wife. And like most criminals, he has one chance at freedom — to participate in The Darwin Games, a televised survival show which pits two players from each city against one another in The Barrens, the uninhabited areas outside the City Walls.

He’ll also have to face another enemy — the zombies which still roam The Barrens.

As he fights for his freedom against impossible odds, his daughter, Anastasia, stumbles into people who have information about her father — information which will change her life forever.

But it will also put her in the crosshairs of her father’s enemies.

Z 2134 is published by 47North, and is available exclusively at Amazon, in print, e-book, and audio editions.

 

What Readers are saying about Z 2134 and Z 2135:

“Sean and David have crafted a dark and entrancing world. I loved the settings, I loved the characters, and I loved the intensity.”

“Hunger Games + zombies + 1984″

“It is The Hunger Games with zombies and a twisted world that could only be brought to life by Dave and Sean.”

“Soooooo Damn Good!!!”

“Any similarity with “2134” and “2135” to “The Hunger Games” is quickly forgotten once you start reading. Yes the State has games that pit contestants in a life or death contest but that’s where it ends. The line between good and evil is blurred; heroes do die and villains survive.”

—Readers Like You