Yesterday zombies weren’t real. Today John and Laura find themselves trapped in their block of flats.
The only way out is through a window – the drop could kill them, and if not, they will be quickly overpowered by the infected.
Little do John and Laura know the true extent of the conspiracy, spanning multiple planets and epochs – a hidden intention lies behind the zombies. This is all happening for a reason.
Stacy understands things in the way a child does. She understands that her dad is acting strange. When he attacked, she felt terror, but then came a flood of emotions for which the adults never gave her words to explain. The streets outside are more alive. Everyone is acting crazy. The village is on fire. Soon she makes a discovery; her whole life adults were in charge, but now she can control them without saying a word, and in this new world it feels good to have an army. Soon, she begins to realise that she’s not the only one. This gives her a feeling she does know the word for: anger.
John, Laura and Stacy are linked in ways they have yet to discover. But before anyone can ask questions, first they must survive.
An epic tale, covering multiple genres, and showing a world that has descended into chaos. This is not just a series about zombies, but rather about how what appears to be chaos and infection is part of a terrible secret. The zombies will change. The survivors will change. The world will change. Compulsively readable, Swarm is an original series that will keep the reader guessing.