Pandemic Dawn Book III:
Day of Abomination
"He paused for a moment. Talking aloud to himself was a saddening, but now common practice. Since Scott’s death, Pete had begun doing that to fill the silence that saturated his house. With his mother in the back shed, there were none of her noises to keep him company either. The wind and an occasional creak were all he usually heard, and that certainly wasn’t enough to keep him from feeling as empty inside as the house now was.
Since his mother became infected, Pete was never sure if she would ever get better, and Scott had become his closest friend. He never dreamed that Scott would have turned on him as he did. He never would have dreamed, six months ago, that he would be sitting in an empty house with his best friend buried in the yard, and his mother chained in the work shed."
Pandemic Dawn Book One took readers on a suspenseful journey of conflict with romance and loyalty. The second book in this series, Pandemic Dawn Book II: Rise of the State, jumped right in with Taylor continuing to look for his son with the help of Tia, his female companion whom he rescued from the slave trade.
In Pandemic Dawn Book III: Day of Abomination, Taylor comes face to face with his son's captor Samuel. Is there any way he can free his son from the slave camp before it's too late?
The complex's sanctuary is in peril as they are overrun with Cursed, as the virus continues to spread and infect, killing even more.
At the military facility, the coup has disrupted the research. Two scientists who head the development for a cure are killed. The hopes of finding the answer to this deadly plague diminishes.
Get your copy of Pandemic Dawn Book III: Day of Abomination and prepare to be taken on a journey into the dystopian futuristic zombie apocalypse.
“…The highlight of the book is the characters. Author B. A. Shields takes time to introduce the side characters and bring them to life. The "bad guys" in the book are even shown as people who make bad decisions based on their own choice of self-fulfillment. One dimensional characters are not found in this book. The story is never rushed, and everyone decisions in the book have consequences which affect the other characters in the story. Unlike other post-apocalyptic stories, this is one not based on a foundation of despair, but hope. Mankind can survive, but will it choose to?”
-- M McArt Vine Voice
"Pandemic Dawn" is one of those books that once you start reading, you can't put down! The characters are well thought out, the storyline is so well written that you're able to fully "see" the story as you read...."
"The author does an excellent job of putting us into the world he has created for Taylor, Dr. Richards, Dorothy, and his other characters. There is a great web of multiple storylines going on, and Shields weaves them all with clever dialog and just the right amount of visual description. Most importantly, he gives us the sense that some of these seemingly separate characters are going to cross paths at some point, and I won't tell you if they all do or not. Overall, a very satisfying read for this sci-fi-zombie-apocalypse fan, and I can't wait to read the rest of the books coming in this series!"
-- S. Dewar
"This is one of the better series I have read so far. Taylor's son may be alive, in captivity somewhere in the suburbs. Will Lord Samuel be successful in fulfilling his dream of ruling the suburbs? Did Makayla manage to 'transfer' out of Dorothy's mind?”
-- Tam Thiam Tham
“I love the author's style of writing, and how he makes the characters so engaging and the storyline gripping, the adventures of the characters drew me into the story and made me feel like I was experiencing it myself. I love when a book can do that for a reader; then I start to read slower as the end of the book approaches because I don't want the story to end.”
-- Miss Snow