The unimaginable horrors of The Great Outbreak were well documented. Every form of media covered the story for as long as they were able too and Jake followed it closely. A part of him was looking for a reasonable explanation for what he was seeing, another part of him was just praying that it wouldn't make its way to his front door.
Then as society began to crumble and the infected overran every city, every neighbourhood and every home, he found himself recording his own story. A memoir of sorts about his day to day struggles to survive and the never ending battle to keep it all together.
Jake recounts his time, hiding with a small group of survivors, hoping for rescue. He writes about the terrible things they witnessed, the hardships they endured and the paranoia and fear that threatened to tear them apart. All the while fighting desperately to hold onto his humanity as he realized that there was no going back to the world he once knew.