A vir­u­lent dis­ease destroys more than 99% of the world’s pop­u­la­tion in a sin­gle day. Before the hand­ful of sur­vivors that remain can even begin to come to terms with what has hap­pened, the dis­ease strikes again, and all hell breaks loose.

Five nov­els, a com­pan­ion col­lec­tion, a movie, an audio adap­ta­tion and more than 100,000 words of free zom­bie fic­tion.

“Takes the genre in a fas­ci­nat­ing new direc­tion. If John Wyn­d­ham was alive and writ­ing zom­bie nov­els, they’d read like this.” —Jonathan Maber­ry, best-sell­ing author of Patient Zero and Rot & Ruin

Autumn by David Moody (St Martin's Press 2010)

AUTUMN (book #1)

“The best sur­vival hor­ror since Richard Matheson’s I am Leg­end” —Wayne Sim­mons, author of FLU and PLASTIC JESUS

THE CITY (book #2)

“Moody is a mas­ter of the human con­di­tion… a must read for any post-apoc­a­lyp­tic fan.” —2 Book Lovers Reviews


“Not for the gore-hounds who can’t think past a pile of entrails, but the rest of the read­ers in the world (includ­ing the legion of zom­bie fans with work­ing brains), this is a per­fect next chap­ter in the won­der­ful AUTUMN series. Land­mark.” —Jonathan Maber­ry


“Moody has suc­ceed­ed in not just dri­ving for­ward the thread of the series but expand­ing his AUTUMN uni­verse in admirable fash­ion.” —Andy Erupts

AFTERMATH (book #5)

“As demon­strat­ed through­out his pre­vi­ous nov­els, read­ers should crown Moody king of the zom­bie hor­ror nov­el, and his final book in the AUTUMN series adds a much-deserved jew­el to his crown.” —Book­list

THE HUMAN CONDITION (companion book)

“An incred­i­ble piece of fic­tion – doc­u­ment­ing the end of the world and the rise of the dead through the eyes and emo­tions of so many very dif­fer­ent per­spec­tives. The book is rich in char­ac­ter­i­sa­tion and amaz­ing­ly in touch with the ele­ments that make us human. Moody has such a tal­ent at pulling on the read­ers’ heart­strings with­in the most oppres­sive and hor­ror-rich envi­ron­ments. And this book does this in buck­et loads.  Absolute­ly essen­tial AUTUMN read­ing.” —DLS Reviews