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Published on Apr 11, 2011
NOW AVAILABLE Down the Road: The Fall of Austin by Bowie V. Ibarra A Zombie Novel Permuted Press; Trade paperback $14.99; $9.99 for e-book When the dead rise, the living must unite. Officer Mike Runyard of the Austin Police Department and his partner, Derek Tucker, are stuck in the middle of a city overrun with the living dead. With resources and luck running out, Runyard is flung into a fight for survival among the living, the dead, and a wave of criminals released from jail into the streets of central and south Austin. Meanwhile, the U.S. military fights to reclaim Texas, with failure meaning the complete loss of the capital, Austin. A military Humvee traveling down IH-35, headed into the zombie-ridden city, holds the key to a plan meant to turn the tide in the fight. It's a simple plan, but it's a plan that's about to fail with devastating consequences...
Praise for "The Fall of Austin"
"Bowie Ibarra is back and in top form with DOWN THE ROAD: THE FALL OF AUSTIN as zombies descend on a Texas town. As the military fight the big fight, Bowie gives us a more personal view of hell as viewed by a couple of cops in Austin. Ibarra kicks things off right away and doesn't take his foot off the accelerator until the last gasp." --- Jonathan Maberry, NY Times Best Selling Author
"...A quality zombie apocalypse tale..." -- Patrick Dorazio, author of "The Dark Trilogy"
"The character development kept the story edgy and suspenseful, progressing towards cumulative ending that was honestly gripping." -- Joy Killer, owner ZombieFiend.com
"... a spectacular read, surrounding more on the dark side of humanity, though there are indeed moments where you do see the best in people. And I think it worked out really well in the end. It was professionally written, and definitely deserving to be read by any fan of the genre. " --- Michael Gardner, "Living Dead Corner Review"