• book

From the Publisher

THE DEAD WALK!!!
We've read the headline a thousand times. An apocalypse in full swing greets us and we witness the fall of society, the end of life as we know it. Yet, so often, the questions remains unanswered:
Where did it all begin?
How did it start?
Who was the first person infected?
ZERO is a septuplet of tales that does not drop you into the middle of the outbreak. This opens the door to the first case of infection and allows a glimpse at how humanity will fall victim to the unstoppable wave of horror that is
The Walking Dead.

Published: May December Publications on
ISBN: 9781936730162
List price: $3.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for Zero
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

Literary Hub
1 min read

30 Books in 30 Days: Commonwealth

In the 30 Books in 30 Days series leading up to the March 16 announcement of the 2016 National Book Critics Circle Award winners, NBCC board members review the 30 finalists. Today, NBCC board member Jane Ciabattari offers an appreciation of fiction finalist Ann Patchett’s Commonwealth (Harper). Ann Patchett’s beguiling new novel begins in a Southern California suburb where Fix and Beverly Keating are hosting a christening party for their second daughter Franny. A deputy district attorney named Bert Cousins crashes the party. He has business with the Fix, a Los Angeles police officer, and also
New York Magazine
2 min read

Our Book Critic’s 5 Most Anticipated

AGAINST EVERYTHING: ESSAYS SEPT. 6, BY MARK GREIF Following on the heels of last year’s ambitious, if somewhat clunkily titled The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America, 1933–1973, Grief’s new book collects more than a decade’s worth of provocations from a founder of n+1. In it, he traces the arc of a young intellectual through the Bush and Obama administrations, from the gym to the ramparts. SUBSTITUTE: GOING TO SCHOOL WITH A THOUSAND KIDS SEPT. 6, BY NICHOLSON BAKER Baker is an obsessive with immense powers of observation, a strong social conscience, and, as those fam
Literary Hub
10 min read
Politics

Illness as Horror Movie, and Other Thoughts on Time, Disease, and Capitalism

Anne Elizabeth Moore is the author of Threadbare: Clothes, Sex, and Trafficking, Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, The Manifesti of Radical Literature, and other books. She was the founding editor of the Best American Comics series, and editor of the seminal zine Punk Planet. Her artwork has been exhibited in the Whitney Biennial and at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. In 2016 she became the third recipient of Detroit’s Write a House fellowship. Several years ago she began having debilitating symptoms that were eventually diagnosed as an autoimmune disease, and which b