I began to read the Kindle Edition which I figured was a good bargain for only .99 cents. Fortunately, I was able to return the book for a refund. The author started off with an entertaining if stale plot line. The usual zombie/dystopia fiction with a slight sci-fi twist. However, much of the dialogue of the characters comes across as entirely too generic and almost comically stereotypical. However, as they say, the devil is in the details. The author eventually seems to forget several key elements of his own story. Firstly, locations are jumbled, the protagonist's sister is in New York when the zombie apocalypse occurs, two paragraphs later she somehow ends up in London. The deal breaker, for me at least, was the reappearance of one of the minor characters just a few pages after he had been graphically devoured by zombies. One minute he's dead in a supermarket, the next he's bounding into a room full of people seemingly without any of the ill effects which come with being devoured by zombies. Sadly, this book isn't even worth the .99 cents.