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Twenty years ago the next global pandemic struck and the world wasn't at all prepared to deal with it. The virus overtook mankind, leaving in its wake a higher population of the infected rather than the healthy.

Governments and economies collapsed and borders were closed. Every country around the world decided independently on just how they were going to attempt to deal with the virus, and the infected. Some smaller countries fell victim entirely while others experimented in their labs to try and find a cure. All the while creating laws surrounding the infected ones that were far too ridiculous to follow, or to work.

And then, the bombs fell.

Seventeen years later and the only humans left roaming the lands were the infected, along with small groups of survivors. Primarily gangs, they sought only to rob and kill the few innocent people that were left trying to survive on their own.

Kirk, a nomad, had decided three years ago that remaining on dry land was no longer an option for him, as it had become simply too dangerous. He made the decision to set sail and seek refuge, living what life he had left on the open ocean. However, he was soon to discover even that wasn't safe.


Reader Reviews

Reader Review - August 17, 2023

Even though I'm not a huge horror fan, something about this book caught my eye. I'm glad I took a chance on it because for me it was the perfect horror, and by that I mean it wasn't "all the way horror."  The gore in it was just right, enough to paint a picture but not enough to make you sick, which I really appreciated.  I also think this book fits into the other genres of post-apocalyptical dystopia, suspense, and dark comedy.  


The main character Kirk spends most of his time sailing the east coast to avoid a virus that has turned most people on the mainland into zombies.  In his quest for basic necessities, he encounters pirates, junk traders, mad scientists, gangs and of course, zombies. 


While some of the zombies are pretty typical of what you find in other horror novels, others are a lot more enjoyable!  Some even retain a bit of their old personalities and wander with a purpose, doing things they did in their former lives, or acting kind of silly; it was a nice bit of dark comedy to lighten the mood of the novel. 


I won't post spoilers, but let's just say that the book is about 320+ pages and with me being a busy mom that would usually take me a couple of weeks.  I finished it in about 3 days!  It was literally that much fun!  


I hope David Wilson writes more horror because for me this was perfect!

Sophie - August 19, 2023

I received this book for an honest opinion. Wow this story was so freaking cool and super engrossing, I only stopped reading for work and bed I just couldn't stop myself. So the word is done it's full of zombies created from a zombie/covid virus cross and we follow the story of kirk. I loved the character of Kirk and his adventures through life and survival. I also really enjoyed the authors writing style it was snarky when appropriate but more than anything he was able to build a sense of forboding and dread that I've not felt from a book in a while. I really loved this book and will definitely read again and recommend to people. It's a solid 5/5

Kate Victoria

RescueandReading - August 27, 2023


This truly was a story of post apocalyptic survival. The author has an eye for detail and realism for day to day living on the sea and after a pandemic has wiped out most of the population. You really feel like you’re in the pages with the main character Kirk as you get a snapshot of life on a boat, scrounging for supplies, meeting other survivors (good and bad). I also really empathized with Kirk as I get notoriously sea sick 🤢

There is a lot of world building and background that went into this tale. The monsters of the story are human and infected alike (usually with the humans being the worst of the bunch), but there’s not too much gore. There’s nothing added in for shock value, which worked in this case, as it’s a story for everyone to enjoy.

The only part I slightly struggled with was when the narrative ambled a bit. I could appreciate that Kirk will have mundane days the majority of the time, but I was anxious to see what obstacle he would encounter next.

Loved the dog 🐶 and the ending was fantastic.

Dan Lawson - August 28, 2023

There's No more Room in Hell by David Wilson , First off i love survival type books but this one really pulled me into it fast. I loved every part of it. Everything about this book is a 5 star rating for me. This book had everything i ever ask for in a book of this nature. David Wilson Knocked it out the park for me. Just awesome work. I was given this book with the intent to review it.

Brian Welsh - Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2023

Don't watch the news before reading "There's No More Room In Hell". This fast, fantastic read will seem too believable, too close to what could be our reality when, not if, the next virus hits. David Wilson has given us a book that will make us shiver on a hot summer day and too much to think about when we're trying to get back to sleep at 3:00 AM. Fast moving with realistic twists and plot shifts "There's No More Room In Hell won't take long to read but it will take a long time to forget. Well written, highly recommended!

Sammi Dyer - September 22, 2023

Zombies, covid, and a desolate horizon, equals a Mad Max/Waterworld vibe that all mixes well within the pages of this book. Reading this book as I’m waiting for my results from my doctor’s office really amplified the cold chills running down my spine. There is a twist of reality and the possibility of what could happen with all this pandemic and viruses. I throughly enjoyed this book and could see this being the next dystopian series. Could this be the near future with the covid variance?! The possibility is real and that is terrifying.

Chris Hookway

Books of Horror Freview Reader

September 27, 2023

I finished David Wilson’s “There’s No More Room in Hell” last night. Really enjoyed it.


My review:

Survival on the seas

Wilson takes an often overdone topic for stories and puts a fresh and interesting, and very entertaining twist on it.

We have all read and watched countless end of the world/apocalypse/zombie books and films to have been there, done that. Wilson chooses to take a bit of a difficult approach, made more poignant in post Covid pandemic world.

His main character, Kirk, is a survivor you can really root for and become engrossed in his adventures.

A thoroughly enjoyable read, and one I hope to see a continuation of soon.


November 17, 2023

So this book is about a zombie apocalypse. I’m really into zombies, as a matter of fact they are my favorite. The beginning of the book I really enjoyed but when it got to the middle it was a slow read for me. I do have to say I was in shock on how the middle turned out. I wasn’t expecting that. Then it started to pick up a bit at the end for me again. Loved how the zombies were able to shoot guns and stuff lol. This book was a pretty good read though. I just expected more gore, and tons more zombies. So besides the few things I would have liked to see it is worth the read if your into zombies.

Danica Taylor

February 21, 2024

This book is one of the best books I have read this year! It has a fresh twist on the zombie apocalypse genre and I love it! This story follows Kirk as he takes to the seas to survive from a covid type zombie virus. He runs into trouble and friends along his journey and even finds a little doggy companion. This kept my attention from the very first page and was left open for a sequel which I hope there will be! Thank you again for another awesome read!

Joan S. Smith

February 24, 2024

☆☆☆☆☆ 5 out of 5 stars.

Nowhere Is Safe

This was a refreshing eerie adventure on the water about infected people and an apocalyptic world. The safest place on earth is the waterways, or is it.

It's refreshing cause it's the first book I read with this subject. Normally, I have read this same trope on the main land. It has strong vibes of the 1995 movie Waterworld with zombies. The main character is the most likable character. I look forward to reading more from this author. This is the first book I read of his.

Apocalyptic world

Lisa Slojewski

April 5, 2024

☆☆☆☆☆ 5 out of 5 stars.

This is such a good story, I was hooked from the beginning.

A couple of years after the covid pandemic. Which we can all relate to, another pandemic surfaced, much much worse. Turning infected people into the living dead that remain highly contagious. The World lost its mind and was destroyed with weapons and war due to it. We follow Kirk who is a survivor and remains uninfected. He sails his fishing boat around the oceans of America, we follow his experiences and battles to survive against the hell earth has become. He even gets a doggy friend. This is a great survival story with just the right amount of gore. The twist at the end was unexpected, it was a good ending to the story but did leave me wanting to know what happens next.

Thank you so much to the author for sending me a copy of thus book for an honest review. This is a must read.

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