First the outbreak. Then the uprising. The World as we knew it had fallen apart. Conventional armies disbanded, soldiers were infected, leaving the fate of the World in the hands of normal, everyday citizens. Small, isolated groups of militia secured shelters and successfully fought back. Our hero, Brady, was one of those citizens who chose to fight back.
Brady has always tried to be accepting. He was obliging when the Zombies surrendered and ended their War on Mankind. He was accommodating when the Zombies willingly entered Internment Camps and eventually began reintegrating themselves back into society. But when his boss and former platoon leader hires a Zombie-American as Brady’s newsuperior, he hits his limit of tolerance and is determined to prove to the World and himself, that his prejudice and suspicions against the Zombie’s race are justified.
After almost a decade since the Great Zombie/Living War, society has seemingly moved on and sees the rehabilitated Zombies as productive citizens. But Brady’s guard is still up, as these were the “people” that were responsible for taking his wife and unborn child from him.
Can Brady find his place in his ever-changing World inhabited by the undead? Can he summon the strength to confirm his suspicions to the World before it’s too late? Or will he find that the real strength is in forgiveness and acceptance?