What do you do when you're 17, in a fortress surrounded by a zombie apocalypse, and your boyfriend is outside and lost? If you're Julie Rayzor, you lock and load.
17 year-old Julie is caught between a world of zombies outside of "Fort Tulsa" and a life of drama inside. When everything she loves in life is stolen away; her soldier-boyfriend missing-in-action; troubles with Jill, her best friend; Felix, a nerdy medical researcher fawning over her; plus a broken leg in a cast to weigh her down, she has to join the zombie war to fight or be killed. When she learns of a plan to rescue her boyfriend and save the city, she uncovers a dark secret - a secret that she must keep hidden deep inside until she can complete the most dangerous task of her life.
Review: “Crisp, fast-paced action novel. The writing style is very impressive, usually found in male adventures, yet Julie Rayzor is a woman in love. The author pulls off the balancing act between realistic feminine energy and highly effective tough combat - successfully blends all three genres: sci-fi, a love story, and a war story, and it works on all three levels. Great dialogue in this entertaining novel; Elmore Leonard type: short, character-revealing, and advancing the story conflict and conflict is everywhere. I will not give away any secrets in the plot, I won’t tell you about the diesel train versus tank battle scene, wow, you’ll have to discover those yourself. I will say that the love story kicks in like an afterburner.” Reviewed by John Hill, Author and Screenwriter of "Quigley Down Under", and "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (uncredited), "LA Law" and "Quantum Leap".
Midwest Book Review, October 2012 "When times are tough, everyone must fight in their own way. 'Julie Rayzor: Romance, Adventure, Zombies' is a thriller of a dangerous future world where Julie Rayzor, a seventeen year old trying to survive in thise conflict, embarks on a rescue mission that falls apart and leaves her in more danger than ever. A riveting tale of adventure with plenty of coming of age elements, 'Julie Rayzor' is a fine pick for teenaged readers and above, recommended."