Undead Ultra


What if 200 miles of zombie-infested territory separated you from your son . . . and all you had was a pair of running shoes?





For ultrarunners Kate and Frederico, a typical Saturday morning is spent pounding out a twenty- to thirty-mile “fun run.” It’s during one of their runs that an insidious illness descends upon Northern California, turning humans into flesh-shredding zombies.

When Kate receives a desperate call from her son, she and Frederico flee their hometown and set out to help him. The only problem? Her son attends college over two hundred miles away. The freeways—clogged with car wrecks, zombies, and government blockades—are impassable. Running back roads and railroad tracks becomes their only means of travel, but neither of them has ever run so far before.

As pain, injuries, hunger, and fatigue plague them, getting to Carter and staying alive seem impossible. It’s either outrun the undead or become one of them.

Get ready to experience blood, blisters, and bonking in this first installment of the Undead Ultra series. Embrace the rush and get Undead Ultra today!


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About Camille

Camille Picott has been writing Stories from the End of the World since she figured out how to turn on her family’s Apple IIe computer and wrangle a floppy disk into the drive. She loves nothing more than penning an epic action scene or pushing a character to his limits.

Her books, which range from YA dystopia, zombie apocalypse, and epic fantasy, are all Stories from the End of the World. There’s no fun in writing a story if the stakes aren’t high and the fate of the world isn’t in jeopardy. Her aim is to bring the mental rush of fast-action adventures to readers from the comfort of their sofa (or car, if audiobooks are your thing).

When Camille isn’t writing or spending time with her family, she loves to run absurdly long distances. It’s not unusual to find her hitting the trail in her running shoes long before the sun rises or cranking out miles (and stories!) on her treadmill desk. She considers sleep optional and largely overrated.

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