Paranoia and isolation can be dangerous. Far from their homes, the survivors must adapt and accept the consequences of their past mistakes to stay alive. While Laurie struggles to find her place in this new world, be it alone or under Jacob Hunter's wing, Lily and Maria embark on a journey to save the world that might end in tragedy.
And what of Danny? Not even he knows.
Those Who Remain - Book 3 is the last book in the Those Who Remain trilogy.
Hide your children, lock your doors, and load your guns because zombies are real and they are coming. Danny Terrence knows this better than anyone. He spent months preparing for the inevitable moment the disease would reach his small town. What he didn’t prepare for is the fact that nobody really believes him. Luckily for him, an old classmate and bully just happens to be the first one bitten. The bad news is the family with the biggest arsenal of guns just packed up and left town, leaving them defenseless from an oncoming zombie horde. Being a leader isn’t turning out the way Danny imagined.Yet four other survivors easily have it worse than him. Between a thirteen-year-old girl on a road trip from hell, a family of paranoid hunters having to deal with their feelings for the first time ever, a stubborn doctor butting-heads with a cold-hearted sergeant and an amoral British professor carrying the fate of humanity in his hands, Danny has it easy. Unless, of course, they all end up in his town, messing with his already messed up life.
The longer someone survives in the Zombie Apocalypse, the worse things get. Ammo and hot water run out, and everyone gets cranky. The high survival rate of sociopaths doesn't help either.
So it's no wonder things are going from bad to worse for Danny. His town is being threatened by a band of mercenaries with a thirst for blood and their only chance of winning is Lily. Now alone, she's determined to reach Redwood and save the very town that wanted her family gone.
Meanwhile, Dr. Maria and Seargent Tigh travel across snow-filled roads toward the unlikely chance of civilization. They might have better luck than Peter and Laurie, who are trying to survive in the woods by themselves.
But we can't forget a certain briefcase...
Those Who Remain: Book Two is part of a trilogy.
After a deadly disease devastates her country and robs her of everything she has ever known, Isabel cares only about one thing: keeping her infected mother safe.
When rumors of a cure reach her desperate ears, Isabel will do anything to have it. Even if that means getting into bed with Diego, the charming leader of the Vargas drug cartel. Figuratively speaking, that is. Once her initial plan of stealing the cure from his grasp fails, she sees herself at the mercy of one of the most powerful men left in their country. But instead of killing her, an intrigued Diego proposes a dangerous deal. One she cannot refuse.
She will take him to the quarantined island of Bonita, a place that still haunts her nightmares, or she'll lose her only chance of having the cure.
With no other choice, Isabel embarks on a journey deep into the jungle with Diego—a man she doesn't trust but who holds the key to her salvation. And maybe, if she lets him, her heart.