Hounded 2 is the second book of the Hounded horror series by Ellie Douglas.
Bellamy Foster leads his group of survivors on a perilous journey. Not only must he find a sanctuary for them all, but he is also on a quest to find his twin brother, Calloway.
Currently being stalked by raging, hungry, vicious zombie dogs, they become aware of a new, more sinister, threat. The infected SB-16 coma patients are now becoming vile, ravenous, and monstrous human zombies.
Will the survivors find a new sanctuary in time to save themselves and what remains of the shattered world around them?
Hounded 2 is an explicit horror – full of spattered slaughter, love and loss, fast-moving action, and a maze of unexpected destruction, that is sure to keep you turning pages late into the night. In this, her second novel, Ellie Douglas proves there’s plenty of rot to ooze out of the zombie genre.
**Previously published as Zombie dogs SB-16 Book 2**
A Word from the Author
The book series ‘Hounded’ and ‘Hounded 2,’ is not for the faint hearted! It is a genre I thoroughly enjoy, Horror. Twisting the genre on it’s axis to bring you something so different, it will alter your mind.
In Hounded 2, you follow Bellamy in his travels, searching for his twin brother Calloway. Moving at a torrid pace, with everything fans crave and much more. With mercy killings, so unexpected it will drive you to tears. Plenty of ultra-violent militia groups that will have you praying for mercy.
Witty dialogue, superbly crafted action sequences, it will be like watching a movie. Hounded 2, is an extremely explicit horror, full of spattered slaughter, love and loss. It is a fast moving action novel, with a maze of unexpected destruction.
You’ll learn how to survive the worst kind of zombies that ever existed. You’ll fall in love with the characters, and cry with them, laugh with them, and root for them. Everyone of these characters, will make you feel like you’ve known them for years.
I’ve been compared to the king, Stephen King, and Quintin Tarantino, that if they had a love child, that child was ‘ME.’
(Ellie Douglas, May 2017)