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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Book Review: Dead South: The Zombie Apocalypse in London by David Brinson, 257 pages, Amazon Digital Services, 2014.

This is the first novel from a life-long South Londoner that while trudging on familiar territory explores a unique aspect in a blazing way.

It is the interaction of people, unaware, learning and confused that fuels this story of the opening moments of a zombie apocalypse chock full of action, mayhem and the walking dead.

This novel captures what the TV series has gotten away from. The dialogue is direct and raw. The action between the survivors is tense and full of trepidation. Death is ever present and he confusion as to why and where the answers and even better: where the help was going to be coming from.

This is a physical and psychological roller coaster ride; a taut live razor of suspense and thrills.

Buckle up and tie those shoes. The dead are coming and you have everything to lose.

Buy this book.
 

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