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South African Zombie Apocalypse - SOUTH AFRICAN ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE #2 - cover

South African Zombie Apocalypse - SOUTH AFRICAN ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE #2

Lee Herrmann

Publisher: Tall Tales Publishing

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Your survival will depend on what you know. 
The Zombie Apocalypse is coming and you need to be prepared. The South African Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide will give you the upper hand when the dead start roaming your neighbourhood. Learn everything you need to know about how to kill a zombie, which weapons to use, and where to go when the rotting carcasses hit the fan. We even give tips on what to wear, what to drive, and even where to loot. 
Preparation and knowledge of what to do will be imperative on your journey to survival – but most importantly… don't get chowed!

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