Staring in horror for only a second, and then remembering the way out of the building, Aiden headed backstage and through the hallways until he reached the studio and exited the building. What he saw horrified him.
There were hordes of zombies in the distance, and some of them had already gotten to some of the buildings ahead of Aiden. There was no way this a coincidence. There had to be more hordes than this one. Which meant something dangerous indeed.
New York City was being invaded. It made no sense. They came out of nowhere. So the hordes in the distance were probably New Yorkers themselves.
Maybe someone had nuked the US again, only this time aiming for the largest populated city. Or maybe it was something else entirely.
A hand touched his shoulder, and he flinched. He had forgotten all about Eve.
"What do we do?" she asked hesitantly.
Despite her resolve, it was obviously taking all of her strength to keep from breaking down.
A rock dropped nearby. Quite a strange occurrence on its own, but the rock also had a note attached to it.
Aiden grabbed Eve's hand and ran like hell, looking for some method of transportation. And, at the same time, he did something which seemed perfectly sensible to him. He and Eve had tried it once, but it took a lot of willpower to do, and the connection didn't last for long.
Atrianna, pick me up at the front door of the concert hall.