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The Killing Floor (a novel of The Infection)

The Killing Floor (a novel of The Infection)

The mystery virus struck down millions. Three days later, its victims awoke with a single violent purpose: spread the Infection. As the world lurched toward the apocalypse, some of the Infected continued to change, transforming into horrific monsters.

America’s far-flung military has returned home to war against its own country, engaged in a fierce battle to retake Washington, DC. Two hundred miles away, Ray Young, survivor of a fight to save a refugee camp from hordes of Infected fleein

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  1. 32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Follow-Up to The Infection…., April 16, 2012
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    After reading Tooth and Nail and The Infection some months ago, I was pumped for the release of The Killing Floor, the sequel to The Infection. While waiting, I actually read each of the aforementioned books again, something that I have never done previously, in order to whet my appetite for The Killing Floor.

    I downloaded the new book unto my kindle, and clouds parted while angels sang. I devoured The Killing Floor in just a couple of days, and felt it was as good, if not better, than The Infection (and The Infection rocked). Great new characters, familiar old friends, some flashbacks, and of course, brutal action throughout, made this book 5 stars for me. And a great ending, although the window remains open for potential sequels—–I’m waiting patiently—the earth abides…..

    Great writing, Mr. DiLouie.

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  2. 23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
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    Craig Dilouie nails it!, April 25, 2012

    I am a huge fan of the post apocalyptic zombie, societal collapse theme. It’s awesome! It’s my sick fantasy. Well, Craig Dilouie narrates one with a sick, twisted, alien (maybe?), demonic, mutant mob of death.

    The first book was about a group of survivors trekking their way thru Pittsburgh tofind a government camp with an epic conclusion followed by the military returning to take back the USA. This one focuses now on three groups which definitely kept the pace up the entire book.

    The Killing Floor switches between the survivors on the first book, The US Military returning from overseas bases.. which also adds a nice military perspective similar to “Tooth and Nail” (another awesome book by Craig Dilouie). And the third follows Ray Young which adds a nice “Zombie: Ohio” twist to the Infection saga.

    Throughout the book he jumps around from group to group which is a good thing because once you get right into it, the chapter ends and you keep reading because you keep wanting more. Craig Dilouie has definitely nailed this one. This book is a fantastic sequel, but I do recommend you pick up the first one and read it before going thru this.

    Although it can be read as a stand alone title. It’s always good to read the prequels to get a better understanding of whats going on.

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  3. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
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    Another excellent DiLouie novel, December 27, 2012
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    As usual, DiLouie sucked me in. I’ve read Infection and Tooth and Nail twice and had to read this one too even though it was far more expensive. Still completely worth the money. I want more!

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