Outcasts When the USS McClusky a US Naval frigate out of San Diego ran aground it was only the beginning for Machinist Mate Jackson Creed and Marine Sergeant Joel Cruze Kelly The unlikely duo battled for su

  • Title: Outcasts
  • Author: Timothy W. Long
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  • Page: 259
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  • When the USS McClusky, a US Naval frigate out of San Diego, ran aground, it was only the beginning for Machinist Mate Jackson Creed and Marine Sergeant Joel Cruze Kelly The unlikely duo battled for survival as they established a base of operations and fought to retain their fortress Now they have been driven out of the city by a massive horde of the undead On the roWhen the USS McClusky, a US Naval frigate out of San Diego, ran aground, it was only the beginning for Machinist Mate Jackson Creed and Marine Sergeant Joel Cruze Kelly The unlikely duo battled for survival as they established a base of operations and fought to retain their fortress Now they have been driven out of the city by a massive horde of the undead On the road with new companions, including mercenaries with murky pasts, the band of survivors face new challenges at every turn Jackson and Creed s journey will take them across a nightmare landscape where the living may be just as dangerous as the dead.

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    1. "And so the fuckening continues."Machinist Mate First Class Jackson Creed and Marine Sergeant Joel "Cruze" Kelly are back. Only an hour has passed since they escaped a base overrun with undead at the end of book one, and now they're on the run with a mercenary group going by the name of Brightstar. As they traverse the infested streets of California to make it to a base in L.A the group takes temporary refuge on the second floor of a rundown hotel. They soon discover they've outstayed their welc [...]

    2. Buckle up because there's no slowing down with this story! Navy machinist Jackson Creed has been floating through his Navy career doing the bare minimum, that comes to an abrupt end when a virus quickly overtakes the crew onboard the USS McClusky. Jackson has the good fortune to run across Marine Sergeant Joel Kelly and together they manage to make it off the ship only to discover San Diego hasn't been spared the outbreak either. Their only mission is to find supplies and stay alive, and try to [...]

    3. So far so good. Timothy has not disappointed me with book 2 of the Z-Risen series, Outcast. In fact, he just made the story better by introducing love interests to our two main characters and a dog. Kickass women rock. He maintains a steady flow of action with zombie encounters as well as living breathers--more pain in the ass than the zombies. You either love or hate these characters, but you will definitely want to read to the end to find out what happens to them.

    4. The second in the series and even better than the first. Tim has found his stride in this second installment of Z-Risen. The characters are becoming well defined now and the story is taking on a life of it's own. The action is fast and constant as Creed, Joel and the rest of the group just try to make it to the next day.

    5. Good readI just finished this one in the series. I think it deserves a five star rating because it was a really good read. The only problem I had with it was that it was a little repetitive. I didn't really need a reminder from previous chapters. Overall, I still thought it was a very good read.

    6. I love all of Tim's books. Great humor, gory details, and plenty of z's. Now I'll be patiently waiting for book 3.

    7. these are getting better and better. Nice twist on the zombies and the characters are really coming into their own. Can't wait for the next one :)

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