Nathan Kuzack

It is a future time, when brain-based cybernetic computers are all but universal throughout humanity. A computer virus of unprecedented potency has swept across the globe, laying waste to technology and leaving half the world’s population dead. The other half are neither dead nor alive – they are zombies, reanimated not by witchcraft, but by the virus infecting their brainware.

David Lawney – an acybernetic, whose body inexplicably rejected brainware as a child – has survived the disaster in a London now teeming with horrors. Haunted by memories of society’s mistreatment of his kind, living in constant fear of a gruesome death, somehow David must find the strength and courage needed to protect a fellow survivor, a young boy, whose existence may hold the key to the only remaining record of all human history.

[WARNING: Contains adult themes, violence and M/M romance.]

Doomware book cover

This went from a creepingly haunting post-apocalyptic landscape to an powerful story of love, survival and intrigue in a very short space of time indeed. I want to see what happens next, now, I do hope we get a sequel.

Published by Sean Randall

I am an avid reader, technologist and disability advocate living in the middle of England with my wife, daughter and pets.

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