Viral by S.K. Gregory (After Zombie #3)
English | 2019 | Fantasy / Horror | ePUB | 216 Kb
Viral : I’ve died three times already, I might not survive another bullet…
When Jenna reunites with her father, under devastating circumstances, she knows that the only way to keep them both safe is to fight back against the ones who are hunting her.
Time to go Viral…
If she can show the world what Gene-Pharm Industries are really doing, the secrets they are keeping, then she can bring them down once and for all. That just leaves CHAOS.
But if Jenna thought she knew the whole story, she’s in for a surprise. More family secrets threaten to tear her life apart. Add to that some zombies and she is facing an impossible situation. One she may not survive.
“I turned my head slowly dropping my hand to find a familiar face. “Dad?”
He was sitting beside the bed I was in. He wore a baseball cap over his dark hair and he wasn’t wearing his glasses. I hadn’t seen him in months, where the hell was he?
This appeared to be a hospital, or at least some kind of medical building. I could see a man in a white coat on the other side of the room. There were at least a dozen other patients here too. Most of them were alone.
“Where am I?” I croaked.
“About twenty miles from the farmhouse. I found you unconscious in a field and brought you here,” Dad said.
The farmhouse? Mom! Wesley!
“Oh God. The helicopter. Tell me they’re okay,” I said, trying to sit up.
Dad moved to help me. “I arrived shortly after the attack. I saw them check the house and barn, there were bodies.”
I turned away. “No, they can’t be gone.” I started to cry. I’ve lost everything.
Dad squeezed my hand. “I’m so sorry, Jenna. I only had time to get you out of there.”
“Where were you? You were supposed to be coming back in a few weeks,” I said, letting the tears fall.
Yanking my hand away, I snorted, “What a surprise!” He always had an agenda, more secrets that he didn’t want to share with anyone. Why should I be surprised? He did fake his own death after all, abandoning me and Mom.”