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- Double-stitched seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar, and waist
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The story does touch upon the different ways people react in a crisis, and how we each have our own sense of logic which can put us at odds with one another. This was a very fun read, and while I’m still not a fan of zombie stories, I’m glad I had a positive experience for once!
While driving to their weekly marriage counseling appointment, Sarah and David notice things are a bit unusual. There’s little or no traffic in downtown Seattle, the parking lot attendant has vanished and their therapist is running late and gnawing on her previous appointment.
Turns out the zombie apocalypse has happened thanks to a fast-spreading virus that converts the bitten into zombies within ten to twenty minutes of exposure. Thanks to their mutual love of zombie films, Sarah and David are able to survive wave after wave of attack, all while working out their marital problems (turns out that the zombie apocalypse is far more effective than therapy…who knew?) and figuring out their next move.