With the abandoned, walled city of Las Vegas overrun with zombies, after a disastrous government fault, the billionaire casino magnate, Bly Tanaka, realises that he has left something in Sin City: $200 million to be more precise. For the time being, his mountains of cash are safe behind his impenetrable casino vault; however, the US President plans to nuke the entire city in less than 96 hours. Now, Tanaka is willing to pay $50 million to the decorated former mercenary, Scott Ward, and his hand-picked team to retrieve the money before the bomb obliterates the city. Indeed, this is a life-changing offer Scott cannot refuse; nevertheless, the rules have changed, and the horde of the walking undead seems to be more organised than they might have expected. But, time is running out. Can they return from Vegas in one piece and rich?Written by
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Tanakas bodyguard locks Chambers in a kitchen to betray her, she sees him doing this so knows he is dangerous and untrustworthy. She somehow escapes through a window to join her colleagues. She says nothing about the betrayal to her boyfriend and the others to warn them before dying when anyone would have called out to warn them. See more »
If it's a choice between dying on the Strip and spending another day flipping patties at the Lucky Boy, I'll gamble on a few million.
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