With the world consumed by a devastating plague that drives humans violently insane, what was once a band of desperate survivors bobbing on a dark Atlantic ocean has now become Wolf Squadron, the only hope for the salvation of the human race. Banding together with what remains of the U.S. Navy, Wolf Squadron, and its leader Steve Smith, not only plans to survive—he plans to retake the mainland from the infected, starting with North America.
The next step: produce a vaccine. But for do that, Wolf Squadron forces led by Smith’s terrifyingly precocious daughters Sophia and Faith must venture into a sea of the infected to obtain and secure the needed materials. And if some of the rescued survivors turn out to be more than they seem, Smith just might be able to pull off his plan.
Once more, exhausted and redlining Wolf Squadron forces must throw themselves into battle, scouring the islands of the Atlantic for civilization's last hope.
XO again, and let me just say, Zombies, Zombies, Zombies. Book three in the Black Tide Rising series does not disappoint. The zombies still run amok on 99% of the land on planet Earth. Wolf Squadron has cleared countless ships, and the former USMC base at
. After all that, a few jerk reality show types
should be easy, right? Well,
unfortunately for the Smith family, even a zombiepocalypse seems to break
through the stupids. Steve, Faith, and
Sophia, and the rest of Wolf Squadron are still at it, finally setting their
sights on land. While the islands they
clear might be small, the meaning is huge.
Mankind is taking back its planet, one sandy beach at a time. Ringo’s world continues to spin on, and a few
thousand survivors of the Zombiepocalypse are doing everything they can to
return things to normal. Well, as normal
as it can be with a 13 year old Marine lieutenant, a 15 year old Navy ensign
and their dad, former SAS paratrooper, now leading the US Navy Wolf Squadron,
in charge of the return. Guantanamo
The squadron needs access to medical supplies, and fast. It’s been 9 months since the outbreak, and people trapped in cargo holds, cruise ship rooms, and other trapped, enclosed spaces will do almost anything *ahem, wink wink, nudge nudge* to pass the time. There are also a few hundred US Navy submariners trapped in their subs, in deep (pun, yes) need of the vaccine. Both of these things mean that Wolf Squadron needs medical supplies, and the re-taking of Gitmo was not the treasure trove they were hoping for. Just for fun, the remaining US Government has a fun little surprise for Wolf Squadron. The British government might just have survived. Time to plan a rescue mission.
Ringo’s characters are likable, and he has a habit of even making you respect, if not like, the ones that you’d hate anywhere else. And to keep in interesting, he’s adding new characters with each new group that are rescued. The series appears to have no end in sight, and I look forward to bringing you the next, and the next, and the next.