Mark Cooper has created a credible zombie story. Mark doesn’t overdo it as is so easy with zombie fiction. His dialogue, characters and plot are all believable, at least as believable as any zombie fiction can be.
Cooper’s work flows very nicely and you soon find yourself rattling off the pages and with a thirst for more of the plot twists.
Mark’s descriptive writing isn’t forced and again slides along nicely with the plot. Even with the excellent pace of Infection Mark leaves room for some fantastic descriptive writing. It’s obvious that Mark is an accomplished storyteller. The characters in the story were interesting and well rounded. You found yourself rooting for them.
The author has left plenty of scope for a follow up and as I’m a bit of a “dead head” I really hope he writes one.