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A tale of zombie apocalypse that follows the narrator as he flees from city to countryside heading north to Canada, where he hopes the undead will be slowed by colder climate. It tells how encountering scattered humans and scores of infected on the way, he fills his notebook with graphic drawings of the zombies and observations of their behavior.
Seattle-based writer and filmmaker Don Roff and Oakland, California-based illustrator Chris Lane share an abiding taste in the macabre. This is their first collaboration. Don Roff is a writer and filmmaker. In addition to his two short films, 'A Night in the Life of a Vampire' and 'The Weird World of Mushroom Madness,' he has authored a number of young-adult books for Scholastic, Inc., including 'Scary Stories' (2006), 'Tales of Terror' (2007), and 'True Scary Stories' (2007). In 2006 Roff received the Zola Award for screenwriting from the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. He lives in Seattle. Chris Lane is an Oakland, California-based illustrator. Clients include Intel Coporation, Scrambler Books, Esquire, Seattle Metropolitan, Kitchen Sink, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Nexus Gallery, the Raptor Trust, Rock Paper Scissors, and the LoBot Gallery.