Y2K
GenreFiction / Adventure
Age Rating:R13
Submitted:Tuesday, 19 July 2011
Star rating:
 
(5 ratings)
Read by:479 different readers
 

In 2000 A.D., it was predicted that the world would be destroyed. Nothing happened. Now, 11 years later, the world's first sentient program, G.O.D., has deemed humans unnecessary.

A wild viral strain has rushed over the earth, slowly draining the nutrients out of the host, killing their brain cells and making them mindless, flesh eating, "walking dieing", monsters!

The story is told from the perspective of the military and how they would deal with the zombie apocalypse. (It also has no end in sight)

 

List of chapters

Ch. 1 The World Now
Ch. 2 The Good Guys
Ch. 3 The Funk
Ch. 4 The Latrines
Ch. 5 The First One
Ch. 6 The Dead Battery
Ch. 7 The House On the Farside
Ch. 8 The Old Man
Ch. 9 The Weapons Cache
Ch. 10 The crowbar
Ch. 11 The Pickup Truck
Ch. 12 The Burning
Ch. 13 The Unbelieving
Ch. 14 The Here and Now
Ch. 15 The Camera's Woman
Ch. 16 The Turning Point
Ch. 17 The Gravity
Ch. 18 The Road to Francis
Ch. 19 The Defining Moments
Ch. 20 The Leaders
Ch. 21 The Francis Mandate
Ch. 22 The Gillem Incident
Ch. 23 The Best Laid Plans
Ch. 24 The Hypothesis
Ch. 25 The Confusion
Ch. 26 The Other Way
Ch. 27 The Meth Roulette
Ch. 28 The Evangeline Form
Ch. 29 Light of the World Missionary Baptist Church
Ch. 30 To the Altar
Ch. 31 Alarming!

Comments

 
H.D. Armstrong Wednesday, 17 July 2013
Story line is engaging but the format is distracting and awkward.
 
BookWorm376 Thursday, 2 August 2012
The plot sounds good but what is stopping me is the script write out of the book. It looks as if lots of people think this by the looks of things. You should really thing about writing regular, or learning to if you don't know how to...
 
Amanda J. Silberg Thursday, 31 May 2012
an* :)

Rate my novel Scira? :)
 
Amanda J. Silberg Thursday, 31 May 2012
It's a different way to write novels.. It's more like a script.. But other than that: am interesting beginning!
Quatez Reid Sunday, 21 August 2011
Well thank you two for the reviews. I appreciate the glowing and constructive criticism given as well. Its nice to know that everyone writes brilliant, often world changing stories though.
To J.B.: I don't know how to write "regular". I script to draw it later.

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