City of the Dead - Brian Keene Reviews
Description:ISBN 0843954159 / Genre: Horror / Author: Brian Keene / Mass Market Paperback / 357 Pages / Book is published 2005-07-29 by Dorchester ... more
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Brian Keene City of the Dead
Pages: 352, Mass Market Paperback, Dorchester Publishing
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Brian Keene City of the Dead: Author's Preferred Edition
Pages: 316, Paperback, Eraserhead Press
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by - written on 24/07/08 (Very useful, 70 readings)
zombies seem to have become very much back in vogue in recent years with both a remake of George Romero classics DAWN OF THE DEAD and sequel, DAY OF THE DEAD; the RESIDENT EVIL franchise and Romero's latest, DIARY OF THE DEAD all being released at the cinema. In the written form too, the undead have seen a big resurgence with titles like MONSTER ISLAND and THE MORNINGSTAR STRAIN not forgetting the infallible and essential ZOMBIE HANDBOOK all being published over the last couple of years.... CITY OF THE DEAD is the sequel to BRIAN KEENE'S debut novel, THE RISING, and picks up where the story in the first book left off. Goverment scientists have been meddling ... Read the complete review
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