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The Z Virus Volume 2 - Uninvited Guests - cover

The Z Virus Volume 2 - Uninvited Guests

Rick Jenkins

Publisher: ScreenMagic Publishing

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In this volume we meet the Johnson's a family of doomsday preppers that were prepared for the impending meteor strike. As they hold up in their Twin Pines Ranch bunker they decide it's time to investigate the outside world. There's been no word from David Wilson hold up at the high school bunker.

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