The third in the zombie horror series by Permuted Press author Bowie Ibarra garners some great reviews.
"I feel his strength lies in his dialogue.... It's a solid novel filled with some really disturbing imagery, and presents the absolute worst behavior that humanity can exhibit along side the very best as an incredible contrast. Disparate groups uniting against common enemies might be considered the theme of the book. Recommended."
=== Gareth Wood, author of
"...the story was entertaining and filled with ripe imagery... a quality zombie apocalypse tale that had the advantage of being in a local that the author knows and loves, which allowed him to paint a highly detailed picture of a world being swallowed up by destruction."
=== Patrick D'Orazio, author of "The Dark Trilogy"
"This book is so hardcore and intense, you won't be able to put it down. It's a must have for any ZOMBIE fan."
=== Eric S. Brown, author of the "Bigfoot War" series
"Bowie Ibarra is back and in top form with DOWN THE ROAD: THE FALL OF AUSTIN as zombies descend on a Texas town. As the military fight the big fight, Bowie gives us a more personal view of hell as viewed by a couple of cops in Austin. Ibarra kicks things off right away and doesn't take his foot off the accelerator until the last gasp."
=== Jonathan Mayberry, NY Times Best selling author
"... this is a spectacular read, surrounding more on the dark side of humanity, though there are indeed moments where you do see the best in people. And I think it worked out really well in the end. It was professionally written, and definitely deserving to be read by any fan of the genre. I will be looking forward to reading more from this author."
=== Micheal Gardener, Living Dead Corner Reviews
"The characters are very well defined, written in a manner that lends bonding with the reader. Each personality shone uniquely and there was never a problem trying to get a feel for their actions or their intent. The character development kept the story edgy and suspenseful, progressing towards cumulative ending that was honestly gripping.
I would like to recommend "Down the Road 3: The Fall of Austin" by Bowie V. Ibarra for countless reasons. But if you pick this book up just for its well written, multi-faceted plot, and also for the amazing, fast paced action you will be happy you did."
=== Joy Killar, ZombieFiend.com
"Wow! what a great way to end this set of books. All the loose ends are tied and all the hell on earth is set free. Bowie gives us his best work thus far, and hits you in the face from page one till the very end. The way he ties all three books together was for me perfect. All the Horror, blood and teeth you would expect and so much more! A must set of books to have."
=== "Bruce in Maine"