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Zombie Dogs: SB-16 by Ellie Douglas is the horror story to give you nightmares. SB-16, the deadliest virus ever known, is on the loose, affecting 80% of the world population so far. Those that get it go into a deep coma and dogs are being turned into rabid vicious zombies. The zombie dogs are on the loose and on the rampage, looking for blood and flesh to feed on. The survivors are left struggling to keep themselves and their families alive, without medical help, police, or any other infrastructure to rely on. Calloway Foster has to make a decision. He has a twin brother, a twin who is lost and in danger. Does Calloway leave his family to go look for him, or does he leave his brother to fend for himself? Can anyone survive SB-16 and the zombie dogs, or will the entire world perish?
Zombie Dogs: SB-16 by Ellie Douglas is the first book in a series. The story line is actually quite scary because we’ve all seen the films about these viruses, and we all know that one day we could become victims of one of the deadliest attacks ever known. The plot is good, highly descriptive in places, leaving very little to the imagination. The whole story moves quite fast and there is plenty of action, plenty going on to stop a reader from losing interest. It held my attention all the way through and the ending definitely makes me want to read book 2. For a first book from a new author, this is an excellent beginning to what I think will be a long and happy career. Thoroughly enjoyed it, but not recommended for anyone who is squeamish!