Tomes of the Dead: I, Zombie - Al Ewing Reviews
Description:ISBN 1905437722 / Genre: Horror / Author: Al Ewing / Mass Market Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2008-06-15 by ABADDON
Newest Review: ... got there and with his right hand held to his wrist with wire. When this hand comes detached, it can move around with a ... more
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by - written on 07/01/11, updated on 07/01/11 (Useful, 10 readings)
I...Zombie is just one of several independant novels that come under the umbrella title of The Tomes Of The Dead series and attempt to give the undead genre a slightly different spin. This was the first of these novels that I had read and thankfully got out of the library as though it started out quite good, it rapidly began to falter around the mid-way mark... John Doe is a Private Detective come hired hitman with one subtle difference.....John Doe is undead! He woke up like this in a hotel room several years before with no knowledge of who he was or how he got there and with his right hand held to his wrist with wire. When this hand comes detached, it can ... Read the complete review
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