Zombie Wars Online: Episode 2 by Marla Braziel

The second installment in a zombie horror series

Zombie wars online: episode 2

The game is changing as Matt and his friends discover that their favorite past time has been taken over by hackers, and they're locked inside. Survival no longer just depends on elements inside of the game. In the outside world, players are dropping like flies from dehydration. Now the question is, which will kill them first, the zombies or the elements outside of their control?

Zombie Wars Online combines the best parts of horror and gaming in an ever-changing world where every episode introduces a new hacker induced trauma to an already horrific gaming experience.

Genre: FICTION / Horror

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / Short Stories

Language: English

Keywords: zombies, gamelit, zombie gamelit, zombie horror, zombie rpg, zombie science fiction, zombie short story

Word Count: 11256

Sample text:

The sight that Matt was met with at the convention center left him standing dumbstruck. It was like a ghost town. The only person in the entire room, a room typically bustling with people, was a large melee character who was obviously an Admin. “Please portal to your apartment,” the man said, looking more like a bouncer with his towering form than a player.

“What's going on?” Matt asked.

“We're not sure, but you'll be safer in your apartment. Please leave now or I will be forced to boot you to your apartment.”

Confusion overcame Matt at the strangeness of the situation. “I'm waiting for someone. I'll leave when she gets here.”

The admin, who looked like an overweight version of Mr. Clean, sighed. “Fine.”

“Why are we the only ones in here?”

“I'm not authorized to say.”

Just then, a flash of light appeared across the room as Liv portaled in. She quickly ran to Matt, equally perplexed as she noticed the lack of people. “What's going on?”

“You and your friend need to leave, now,” the admin emphasized the last word.

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Mattia Castorino
Author review:
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