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When a bus full of tourists, infected with a genetically engineered virus, stops in a quiet community for lunch, the area threatens to become the epicenter for a worldwide outbreak. Two Vista County deputies race to contain the revived dead, stop the spread, and combat the chaos and anarchy that ensues. "A fast paced, action packed tale of duty, family,...and zombies" Dr.When a bus full of tourists, infected with a genetically engineered virus, stops in a quiet community for lunch, the area threatens to become the epicenter for a worldwide outbreak. Two Vista County deputies race to contain the revived dead, stop the spread, and combat the chaos and anarchy that ensues. "A fast paced, action packed tale of duty, family,...and zombies" Dr. E.P. Lewis Amazon TOP 10 rated Post Apocalyptic Book ...

Title : The Fall
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ISBN : 23448157
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 296 Pages
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The Fall Reviews

  • Athena
    2019-02-28 04:36

    This book is good, but the author goes into "excruciating" detail when a simple "I admistered the vaccine" would've sufficed. I am an intelligent person, and big words don't often get lost on me, but they aren't necessary to describe a car drifting. The plot and character development were on point, but this book is giving me a headache. I'm only finishing it, because of the rave reviews and the fact that I can't stand not finishing what I've started.

  • John Podlaski
    2019-03-17 04:51

    I really got into "Infected - The Fall" and enjoyed reading this fast paced story. There were times when I sat on the edge of my seat and holding my breath until the outcome was clear. It always appeared that Conner was not around when bad things were about to happen to his wife and fact, I think it happened three times before their home was destroyed by fire.The storyline is much different from the usual zombie apocalypse books in that after victims are attacked and eaten - they do not rise from the dead as zombies. This group of undead can plan and execute as a group, run in access of 60 miles per hour, but are unable to twist a knob to open a door. The possibility of immunity to the disease doesn't automatically result in a bullet to the head of every victim resulting in a short reprieve. It still isn't clear to me how this virus is transmitted or if the U.S. retaliated against China for releasing the agent.Unfortunately, I did not read the reviews prior to purchasing this story and was unaware that it was going to be part of a series, so when it suddenly ended with a fistful of cliffhangers, I was quite disappointed. The next installment isn't available yet, so in time, I may never find out how the story ends. Hope it's soon and that I'll still remember this story when it is finally available.I did find this author to be wordy in spots - telling more than what was needed with unnecessary filler to the story. I also found typos and missing words throughout. I'd recommend this book to anyone willing to read it with an open mind...and just enjoy the ride. Mr. Cleek, it would be worth it to invest in an editor to give your story a once over and smooth out the rough spots. Nevertheless, I applaud you for writing and publishing a book. I know it it takes a lot of time, sacrifice and family support to be an author. Looking forward to the next installment and wishing you success.John Podlaski, authorCherries - A Vietnam War Novel

  • Geoff
    2019-03-02 04:46

    Thoroughly enjoyed this. Great characters, and great action.The ONLY drawback is the author's tendency to over-describe some things.

  • Kate
    2019-03-08 06:58

    I would have given this 5 stars but it ends in the middle of the action. Is this a book 1 in a series? It doesn't say it is anywhere-which I cannot stand. If you are doing a series-let us know. Or write an ending.

  • Robert Brown
    2019-03-06 04:57

    Intense and Awesome!One of the best apocalyptic books I have read in a long time. I highly recommend it to everyone and more are the way. Caleb is a great writer and makes you feel like your right there with the characters.

  • David Foster
    2019-03-06 02:39

    This zombie book puts a slight twist on how the zombies became what they are, and how the outbreak got started. Although the author's attempt to scientifically justify how citizens become zombies kind of falls apart as he goes into detail, and the way the main character is spoon-fed awareness of what the situation is and why it is happening are kind of annoying, the rest of the story is a well-written tale of adventure and survival. It's not breaking a lot of new ground but it's fulfilling it's purpose - keeping the reader entertained. One thing I enjoyed was having a main character who, while he was definitely familiar with firearms, wasn't a super-soldier ready to mow down hordes of zombies on his own. The fact that he gets caught by surprise or that some of his plans don't work out is a breath of fresh air.There isn't really an ending, but there is definitely the set-up for book two. I'll look forward to it when it comes out.

  • Kimberly
    2019-03-07 02:34

    The action starts nearly immediately and continues throughout the book right to the end. I enjoyed the characters as well as the storyline. Generally the entire scenario comes across as a plausible pandemic situation. The book ends with a cliff-hanger. Always bad form, in my opinion. Also the author frequently inserts entire pages that read like a how-to manual detailing out some mundane task. No apparent reason. Lastly, fans of The Walking Dead will likely be tempted to see the main family as similar to Rick, Carl and Lori. Both main characters are deputies and best friends (like Rick and Shane), and I even found a Hershel along the way. I still enjoyed the book all the same, but I did eventually find it challenging to keep from visualizing the father and son as Rick and Carl. That said, really enjoyed the read and looking forward to the continuation of the story.

  • Rhonda
    2019-03-20 01:58

    A good zombie story told by a police officer, starting from the beginning of the infection. He tells about his family and town, and he still wants to be a good cop even as the world is falling apart around him.The zombies in this book are the ones I would be most scared of--they are fast, strong and smart. They have reasoning skills in hunting humans, and have flanks coming in from the back while the ones in front are distracting their dinner.If a zombie apocalypse ever happens--I would rather deal with the slow, the stupid and the weak brain eaters, otherwise I will be one of the first to die.This was a good story, and I'm looking forward to the next one. Hopefully, it will be soon.http://somanybooksssolittletime.blogs...

  • Camille
    2019-03-18 06:33

    good but I hate cliffhangersI enjoyed it and definitely plan to read the next one. It was unnecessarily detailed but I was able to adjust and get engrossed in the story. I like how it explained how the zombies were made and operated. Although one thing makes no sense: how are they able to plan an ambush but not turn a door knob. It seems like they could either do both or neither. Strange.

  • Joan E Holman
    2019-02-27 02:40

    So very well-writtenI have been reading books in this genre since I don't know when and the author has taken a different approach with very insightful scenarios. I can say that it was an awesome read and hard to put down. I am a fan of many of the new authors on Amazon and Caleb is in the top ofive. Looking forward to the next installment.

  • Kathy
    2019-03-10 07:32

    I really liked it and it kept me interested. Lots of suspense and edge-of-your-seat moments, the characters are spot on especially Conner. The downside is that it took me a little while to get into it because of all the detail and unnecessary detailing of things that would be better left out, so I just skimmed thru those pages. Good read overall tho.

  • Jessica Kong
    2019-03-14 08:52

    Infected: The Fall by Caleb Cleek is an interesting read about a small town deputy sheriff trying to keep the town's population and his family alive during the zombie apocalypse. He learns the virus was made in China and was purposely set lose upon America. Story is full of action and excitement. I look forward to book 2.

  • Virginia Night
    2019-02-25 07:35

    Well writtenThis is seemingly, the first book this author has written. The world building and rationale were excellent and believable. There was a high degree of character development. I'm looking forward to the next in the series.

  • TrishFranks
    2019-02-25 06:42

    FabulousWhen I start any book I am skeptical that it will grab me. This one did from start to finish, and now I can't wait to get my hands on the next book!! Loved it!!!

  • Kimberly Calhoun
    2019-03-19 02:56

    Awesome readAwesome book. Action packed from beginning to end. The characters are likable and engaging. I cannot wait for the next book.

  • Kelly
    2019-02-26 01:38

    Good read!I enjoyed reading Infected: The Fall. Books like this make you realize how quickly things could go wrong, and how vulnerable we all really are!

  • gail west
    2019-03-01 09:46

    Read the book This book is all over good-characters, plot, action. I read this in one short sitting. I want the sequel NOW! Seriously, read the book.

  • Brenda Mallard
    2019-03-07 09:57

    Awesome read!For the most part this book made you feel as though you were in the midst of the horror that faced the survivors of a relentless virus.

  • Brandon
    2019-03-22 05:41

    Couldn't put it downI decided to read the sample and soon found myself buying the book it was well worth it would recommend to anyone

  • Ang
    2019-03-16 05:50

    Liked the story. But very wordy. Some things were just way to in-depth of description which left me wanting to skim ahead.

  • Melanie
    2019-03-23 02:56

    It was ok, but I doubt I'll read anymore in the series. I just had a hard time getting into this one.

  • Barbara Dunbar
    2019-03-05 03:56

    InfectedI recommend this book to all the Zombie readers. Another take on how the infection may have originated actually leaving out the Russians and Germans.

  • Angela Knapchuck
    2019-02-21 07:45

    I wasnt sure on fitdt glanse about this one KNOWING the author WAS working on next book .....But after the first few chapters...

  • Kathy Weinberg
    2019-02-21 06:54

    Not a bad zombie bookStory was fast paced although some parts didn't make sense. If a zombie is too stupid to turn a doorknob how can it orchestrate an ambush.

  • Christina
    2019-03-13 08:52

    The FallLoved this book, could not put it down. Looking forward to reading the next one. If you like zombies this book is for you. Enjoy!!!