Kill Ratio



❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Kill Ratio ✪ Author Bryan Cassiday – E17streets4all.co.uk The end of America is nearA plague that kills its victims and resurrects them as flesh eating ghouls has decimated the American population, forcing what s left of the government to take shelter underg The end of America is nearA plague that kills its victims and resurrects them as flesh eating ghouls has decimated the American population, forcing what s left of the government to take shelter underground in the Mouth Weather Emergency Operations Center in VirginiaOn the West Coast, CIA black ops agent Chad Halverson and a ragtag band of survivors decide to head to Washington, DC, to find out if anyone is still in charge, even though Halverson knows that someone in the upper echelons of the government is trying to drone him Halverson suspects the assassin is a high level CIA employee Whoever he is, he has tried to drone Halverson before and will try again Of that much Halverson is sureHalverson and fellow refugees Victoria Brady, Blackfoot Chogan, and Emma Lawson become trapped in Las Vegas by General Quantrill, a militia commandant who runs the strip with an iron hand and has a terrifying secretMeanwhile, in the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center, President Cole must decide whether to start nuking his own country in order to save it from the virus that has a hundred percent Kill RatioWhether America survives or not, it will never be the same.Kill Ratio

Bryan Cassiday writes thrillers and horror fiction His short story Boxed was published in the anthology Shadows and Teeth Volume Two, which won both the International Book Award for best adult horror fiction anthology and the Florida Association of Publishers and Authors President s Award gold medal for best adult horror fiction anthology A bracing page turner with an unconventional hero Kirkus Reviews on Bryan s thriller Murder LLCHis thrillers include the psychological thriller The Payout and the Ethan Carr thriller Force of Impact, which Kirkus Reviews called A fast paced detective novel enhanced by exceptional characters and a striking ending Praise for Bryan Cassiday s thriller Bolt From the very start, Bryan Cassiday spins what appears to be a typical Southern Californian private investigation novel in Bolt, but quickly takes off in a direction that speaks to our current troubled times Well plotted and crisply written, with great characterization, this is one to look for Brendan DuBois, coauthor with James Patterson of The Cornwalls Are Gone Noir suspense at its best Private eyes, hit men, globe trotting, and characters you don t know whether you can trust or not Fans of James Ellroy, Dennis Lehane, and Fredrick Forsyth will love Bolt Matthew Farrell, best selling author of What Have You DoneBryan Cassiday wrote Zombie Apocalypse The Chad Halverson Series He lives in Southern CaliforniaPraise for Bryan Cassiday s zombie books Cassiday blends thoughtful suspense and pulse pounding terror to deliver a novel with both bite and creeping dread David Dunwoody, author of Empire and The Harvest Cycle Written with the epic scope of World War Z and infused with the gritty spook works derring do of a Robert Ludlum spy thriller, Sanctuary in Steel is full of zombie mayhem through and through Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award winning author of Flesh Eaters and Inheritance Sanctuary in Steel made me fee like I did the first time I watched Romero Fresh, exciting and engaging like any outbreak story should be Iain McKinnon, author of Domain of the Dead.

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    Paperback ì Kill Ratio ePUB ò Brady, Blackfoot Chogan, and Emma Lawson become trapped in Las Vegas by General Quantrill, a militia commandant who runs the strip with an iron hand and has a terrifying secretMeanwhile, in the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center, President Cole must decide whether to start nuking his own country in order to save it from the virus that has a hundred percent Kill RatioWhether America survives or not, it will never be the same."/>
  • Paperback
  • 358 pages
  • Kill Ratio
  • Bryan Cassiday
  • English
  • 12 October 2018
  • 1482767759

10 thoughts on “Kill Ratio

  1. says:

    Disclaimer I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.It s actually happened the zombie apocalypse is among us Caused by a virus spreading exponentially through the population, it looks like there s no end in sight Chad Halverson, however, is going to do his best to make it out alive See, he knows exactly how this all started, and the government his own co workers, in fact want him dead for that knowledge Meanwhile, the President and his council are holed up in Mount Weather, rea Disclaimer I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.It s actually happened the zombie apocalypse is among us Caused by a virus spreading exponentially through the population, it looks like there s no end in sight Chad Halverson, however, is going to do his best to make it out alive See, he knows exactly how this all started, and the government his own co workers, in fact want him dead for that knowledge Meanwhile, the President and his council are holed up in Mount Weather, ready to make some chilling decisions that will affect the entire world Who will win, who will lose, and will we ever be the same again I thought this was a captivating book The characters are intriguing the story is one that could eventually happen, what in this day of germ warfare and other craziness and the general tone of the book is depressing but hopeful at the same time Jumping back and forth between Chad s group and those at Mount Weather was a very neat concept, as you could see what was REALLY going on in the world versus what the government fat cats could see and were debating about That group in itself was great I felt like that s exactly what would happen in a situation like this, and the ongoing tension and escalating tempers were just perfect.I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good zombie story, but also for those who want to know just what the government would do in this situation I believe it s depicted quite accurately will you 4 starsP.S I may have shortened my boyfriend s life by showing him the cover upon first waking up

  2. says:

    Review KILL RATIO by Bryan CassidayKILL RATIO is part of the Chad Halvorsen series, set in the Zombie apocalypse Halvorsen is a former operative for the US government, now a target for termination since a fellow black ops agent gave Halvorsen information on the factual source of the virus behind the Zombie infection After narrowly escaping a predator drone attack, he and temporary sidekick Victoria begin to cross country from Southern California toward D.C I m not quite sure how to consider Review KILL RATIO by Bryan CassidayKILL RATIO is part of the Chad Halvorsen series, set in the Zombie apocalypse Halvorsen is a former operative for the US government, now a target for termination since a fellow black ops agent gave Halvorsen information on the factual source of the virus behind the Zombie infection After narrowly escaping a predator drone attack, he and temporary sidekick Victoria begin to cross country from Southern California toward D.C I m not quite sure how to consider Halvorsen The man is a trained and efficient field agent, knows weapons, presumably knows how to strategize but I ve seldom seen anyone so indecisive The other aspect I take away from this book is that the author wisely expands the apocalyptic circumstances instead of just shuffling, biting, undead, there is socio economic collapse, looters and murderers, wildfires and urban devastation, starving dog packs, starving rat hordes, and folks with identifiable mental and emotional disorders, possibly caused by the plague and subsequent apocalypse, possibly preexistent Then there s my favourite character group, those cynical, shortsighted fools exile in underground Virginia hilarious if they weren t so pathetic.The author generously provided me with a digital copy for review purpose

  3. says:

    The world is coming to an end, thanks to a plague turning people into zombies The American government is to blame and one man aims to hold them accountable Chad Halverson , a CIA Black Ops agent, knows the truth and now his employer has sent a drone to kill him Can Chad and his gang survive the onslaught of dead and make it to Washington, DC The fourth installment of the Chad Halverson series is suspenseful, engaging, and action packed At the core it s a zombie tale and Kill Ration doesn t The world is coming to an end, thanks to a plague turning people into zombies The American government is to blame and one man aims to hold them accountable Chad Halverson , a CIA Black Ops agent, knows the truth and now his employer has sent a drone to kill him Can Chad and his gang survive the onslaught of dead and make it to Washington, DC The fourth installment of the Chad Halverson series is suspenseful, engaging, and action packed At the core it s a zombie tale and Kill Ration doesn t disappoint in this area.While reading, I kept visualizing it as a big action horror flick with blood, guts, and explosions A few characters I felt were a bit clich most noticeably The President , but it went with the vibe I was getting of an over the top action flick.I have not read any of the other books in the series and I never felt lost The author know how to weave suspense and zombies with skill

  4. says:

    Kill ratio throws you straight into the action the zombies have taken most of American over already with a few survivors left and the president is holed up in mount weather emergency operations centre trying to decide if he should nuke American in an attempt to save it We follow Chad who is a C.I.A black ops with the government trying to eliminate him he tells them he is a journalist Victoria a dress designer is stuck on a boat with Chad at the start with an iguana named Newton who disappears Kill ratio throws you straight into the action the zombies have taken most of American over already with a few survivors left and the president is holed up in mount weather emergency operations centre trying to decide if he should nuke American in an attempt to save it We follow Chad who is a C.I.A black ops with the government trying to eliminate him he tells them he is a journalist Victoria a dress designer is stuck on a boat with Chad at the start with an iguana named Newton who disappears when they set down in L.A and meet Emma a waitress who they encounter early on by saving her from the zombies as she carries an imaginary baby Millie with her The ladies get suspicious when Chad kills two men harassing them with ease Later we meet Chogan riding an Harley Davidson who is a marine.I liked the way this focused on different aspects of the downfall brought about by the zombies and the different points of view

  5. says:

    Kill Ratio is a breakneck paced doomsday thriller depicting the approaching end of America as a plague pathogen created in a US government funded experiment that mutated H5N1 into the so called zombie virus with a hundred percent kill ratio decimates the world population Can America be saved from the killer plague Kill Ratio Kill Ratio is a breakneck paced doomsday thriller depicting the approaching end of America as a plague pathogen created in a US government funded experiment that mutated H5N1 into the so called zombie virus with a hundred percent kill ratio decimates the world population Can America be saved from the killer plague Kill Ratio

  6. says:

    I loved this book nuff said

  7. says:

    The author generously provided me with a copy of this book in return for an honest review This book starts off in an action packed, zombie infested America What is interesting about this book, as opposed to others I ve read recently, is that not all of the American people are yet aware of the devastation that is spreading throughout America The author creates a unique and interesting plot by taking the reader back and forth from the action in zombie infested parts of America, to the difficult The author generously provided me with a copy of this book in return for an honest review This book starts off in an action packed, zombie infested America What is interesting about this book, as opposed to others I ve read recently, is that not all of the American people are yet aware of the devastation that is spreading throughout America The author creates a unique and interesting plot by taking the reader back and forth from the action in zombie infested parts of America, to the difficult decisions being made in the government The main character, Halverson, is traveling through zombie infested areas, picking up traveling companions as he goes Halverson was a difficult character for me to connect with I couldn t understand his desire to save the world while the government was trying to kill him His patriotism, I guess, was hard to understand Especially when seeing the corruption and decisions being made by the government On the plus side, the author did a great job of illustrating decision making and governmental powers The collection of people making decisions voiced realistic concerns, options, and consequences Dialogue and situation were well written concerning governmental affairs Also, the book is well written The author writes in a style and diction I found appealing

  8. says:

    Audio Book Review Sigh, four books into the series and 3 different narrators This one isn t as bad as the first two, but falls well short of the third and the third was only mediocre Plot OMG Is this series really a preteen and I didn t know it Let me split this plot into two parts The government is searching for the former CIA operative and this part of the story is a bit thin but is believable in this zombie story I can follow along without much of a stretch Our CIA guy takes his Audio Book Review Sigh, four books into the series and 3 different narrators This one isn t as bad as the first two, but falls well short of the third and the third was only mediocre Plot OMG Is this series really a preteen and I didn t know it Let me split this plot into two parts The government is searching for the former CIA operative and this part of the story is a bit thin but is believable in this zombie story I can follow along without much of a stretch Our CIA guy takes his group to Las Vegas and meets the leader of the city who has a very special way of controlling the horde.Through out the book the writer explains over and over that the zombies only want to eat They don t think, they just eat Without giving away a spoiler, the plot is so stupid It is a touch better than the plot of the last book, but it is still terrible The writer has a good imagination but fails to use it to create a believable situation

  9. says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review Basic Summary Zombie apocalypse with some politics and conspiracy thrown in.I was slightly disappointed by Kill Ratio, because it fell short of what I expected I personally wasn t a huge fan of the writing style Some of the sentences felt awkward or repetitive, and a few things were fairly predictable But I loved the characters, and the story overall was great, especially toward the end.I would recommend this book to anyone who s looki I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review Basic Summary Zombie apocalypse with some politics and conspiracy thrown in.I was slightly disappointed by Kill Ratio, because it fell short of what I expected I personally wasn t a huge fan of the writing style Some of the sentences felt awkward or repetitive, and a few things were fairly predictable But I loved the characters, and the story overall was great, especially toward the end.I would recommend this book to anyone who s looking for a zombie apocalypse fix

  10. says:

    I received an ARC in exchange for a review.This was a solid zombie book Some of the scenes were beyond gruesome, but I really enjoyed the descriptiveness of the author I got a clear picture of the scenery and characters I really enjoyed the collapse being so vividly described The naughty government is not a new direction, but getting to know what they were up to throughout the story was a cool approach I really enjoyed it I won t ruin the end, but it s a good one

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