Praise for JUGGERNAUT:
'[A] squad of mercenaries looking for Saddam's looted gold finds instead a bioweapon that turns healthy humans into psychotic undead monsters. The virus is apparently of extraterrestrial origin, and Baker depicts its gory, fantastical mutagenic effects with relish...and with clipped sentences and whipcrack paragraphs he maintains a relentless pace...JUGGERNAUT is hugely entertaining and as unstoppable as its namesake.'
'There's no denying the strength of Baker's prose. It's violent and blokey... but also intelligent. The first 100 pages, especially, are rich with harrowing detail about the last days of Saddam's regime... Juggernaut is a rewarding read'
'A lock and load adventure of the highest calibre. A tense, absorbing journey and a high speed collision of military action and apocalyptic horror. Blackhawk Down meets Day of the Dead.'
(Adam Nevill, author of Apartment 16
, The Ritual
'Great characters, an amazing level of detail, an insane yet wholly believable plot - Juggernaut is an excellent read, full of grotesque images and unexpected revelations.'
(David Moody, author of the Autumn
'Juggernaut is populated with believable characters, strong dialogue and impeccably researched detail. These characters live, love, fight and betray their way through to the book's explosive finale... If you like zombies and survival horror then this book is for you. If you like to see just what man is capable of doing when his back is against the wall then this book definitely is the one for you'
'Lean, mean and ferocious. A terrific read.'
(Matt Hilton, author of the Joe Hunter
'Three Kings meets The Walking Dead, with enough intelligence and panache to make what could've been predictable a great page turner.'
'Adam Baker's style is very reminiscent of a combination of Matthew Reilly and James Patterson, and like both those authors, he uses it to tell a punchy story that keeps you engrossed from start to finish.' (Sci-fi Bulletin
About the Author
Before writing his debut novel Outpost
, Adam Baker worked as a gravedigger and a film projectionist. Juggernaut
is his second novel.