In this sequel to the author's debut, Hater, the world has been dissected in two, and there are no neutral zones. You're either a barbarian or not; you're either holding a weapon or on the lethal end of one. Nature
- or the bestial inhumanity that resides just below the surface in many of us - has caused the rift.
Armies of Haters and Humans have waged battle on one another, destroying cities and laws and turning once-thriving towns into battered refugee camps for the survivors.
Dog Blood revolves around Danny McCoyne, a man on a mission to find his five-year-old daughter, Ellis. She, like all children,
is an unadulterated Hater. As he navigates the wasteland that is now the world,
Danny is confronted with an incident that causes him to question who he is.
The apocalyptic world revealed here is a terrifying one where children have turned into feral beasts and Haters roam deserted streets like rabid packs of dogs. It is a scary place inside these pages; if you're yearning for a good fright, pick this one up.