When the world comes to an end zombies walk and magic rulesIn a post-apocalyptic world, magic rules, zombies walk and werewolves roam the wilderness. When Mikey LoPinto is bitten by a werewolf and infected with the werewolf virus, Riko Light and Mikey set out to find a cure. They meet a strange boy named Oz who leads them on a journey filled with cannibals, witches, demons and zombies. Oz and Riko find themselves falling in love while the clock runs out on finding a cure for Mikey and Oz fights off the deadly spell cast by his mother’s Satanic Bible.
Mikey LoPinto ran like the devil was after him. He scampered down a rock slide, crossed a rushing creek, and tumbled head over heels down the side of a steep mountain face covered with towering firs. At the bottom he picked himself up and stopped to listen. In the distance, he heard it panting softly. The wolf was still on his trail.
He took off again, sticking to the path. The trees on each side shaded the narrow track winding through ferns and salmon-berry bushes. Mikey glanced over his shoulder and spotted the big, black animal bounding from one fallen log to another. Its fangs gleamed in the sunlight, a long streamer of saliva hung from its huge jaws. The wolf cut down the side of the mountain twice as fast as he could run.
His heart pounded in his chest and he couldn’t get a decent breath. He’d heard more and more wolves were drifting closer to the settlement each day. He knew better than to go out alone, but he liked the solitude he found in the woods. Ten people lived in the small cabin he called home, eight of them girls. He couldn’t grab a moment of peace.
When he tumbled over a rotten log, the wolf was on him. He screamed and held his hands out to ward off sharp teeth. The beast grabbed his wrist and tore into the flesh. A shot rang out. The wolf let go of his hand and looked up. Mikey saw intelligence in the yellow eyes and understanding. It leaped off him and disappeared into the shadows.
“You okay, Mikey?” Riko Light grabbed his wrist and pulled him to his feet.
“It bit me, Riko. Am I gonna die?”