Widowed and with retirement drawing near, Everett Hart believes he has already lost everything - until the dead begin to rise.
Trapped in a cheap restaurant with a small band of other elderly survivors, Everett is forced to decide if he’ll fight for whatever scraps of a future remain, or if he will simply… let go.
LET GO is a short story of approximately 10,000 words.
"LET GO is a poignant zombie story. ...an excellent addition to the zombie genre, a study not in bloodthirsty hordes but the internal struggles of one lonely, old man." - Hunter Shea, author of I KILL IN PEACE and THEY RISE
"A visceral roller coaster ride [and an] excellent literary contribution to the zombie apocalypse genre." - Daniel Arthur Smith, author of HUGH HOWEY LIVES and TALES FROM THE CANYONS OF THE DAMNED
"[T]his is how short stories should be done." -Bill, Amazon Customer