Dead City - Joe McKinney Reviews
Description:ISBN 0786017813 / Author: Joe McKinney / Edition: New title / Mass Market Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2007-03 by Kensington ... more
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by - written on 05/01/13 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Introduction It's getting harder to find a fresh and innovative story within the Zombie niche of the horror genre. Most of the scope for storylines has been (pun alert - you have been warned!) done to death and badly needs resurrecting. Will Dead City give new life to dieing genre or does it require, like all annoying zombies, a bullet to the brain to release us from the misery of reading it? The Book Eddie Hudson is a police officer in San Antonio and is the main character. The book is written in the first person from his perspective. Whilst on duty one night, he is called out to respond to some men who are fighting and look intoxicated. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/08 (Very useful, 69 readings)
As I have mentioned in a previous review, Zombies seem to have become back in fashion in recent years and never has this become more apparent than in the surge of horror novels dedicated to their subject matter. DEAD CITY is the latest in a long line of Zombie novels and features not the semi-intelligent undead of BRIAN KEENE's imagination but more the classic Romero Zombie as made famous in his Dawn Of The Dead series of movies. This time around, the pandemic arises after a series of hurricanes tear apart the Texas Gulf Coast. Survivors are airlifted out of the devastated areas but soon reports begin to be heard of the rescuers being attacked by the very ... Read the complete review
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