Undeath is a manageable condition.
That's what the media says, anyway: With the help of the miracle life-extension drug, Lazarus, the Undead can retain their humanity and live normal, happy lives in facilities designed specifically for their care. Sure, the Undead lose a few human rights in the process; but then, are the Undead even really still human?
Forced to drop out of college to take care of his teenage sister, Zoe, after their father drank himself to death, Davin Montoya was more than happy to sign the no-good alcoholic over to the Lazarus House for treatment. That was one less thing for him to worry about.
Until an accident left him joining the ranks of the freshly deceased himself.
Now, as the only thing standing between Zoe and foster care, Davin is desperate to stay under the government's radar. But to do so, he must venture into the underground society of Unregistered Undead - a dangerous world of drug deals, vigilantes, and a government conspiracy that goes deeper than he could have ever imagined.