They said the world would end in 2012. They never said it would end like this.
Dakota Travis and his neighbor Steve Earnest have been hiding out in a fortified apartment in the month following the zombie apocalypse, but when a rogue gang uproots them and chance brings one of its members into their midst, there is little the two of them can do but run.
They find sanctuary in a converted asylum with members of the United States Army, and while things seem to be safer than before, an underlying strain of tension begins to rule their lives as Sergeant Armstrong, leader of the small military troop, begins to succumb to insanity, while Dakota slowly and slowly begins to find himself becoming attracted to one of the sergeant’s men, a sin that not only transcends traditional military policy, but the moral boundaries of happiness after tragedy terrible enough to destroy the entire world.
In a world of the undead, the fierce, the savage and the unthinkable, who can hope to survive one final sunrise?
From the Author
A special note from Kody Boye, author of Sunrise:
If you are coming across this novel in 2012, you’ll be happy to hear that you are currently looking at the revised, rewritten and expanded edition of Sunrise (simply titled Sunrise: Revised and Expanded.) This edition was created out of the love for not only the story, but its genre and characters. I rewrote it with the intention of capturing the individual characters’ fears, trials, problems and their escapades. The story is (mostly) the same — it’s just been upgraded to a new and stronger form.