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Dead Sea - Brian Keene
Dead Sea
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In 2003, Brian Keene's The Rising revived horror literature's dormant obsession with zombies. In 2007, Brian Keene's Dead Sea knocked that obsession on its ass... The city streets are no longer safe. They are filled instead with the living dead, rotting predators driven only by a need to kill and... show more
In 2003, Brian Keene's The Rising revived horror literature's dormant obsession with zombies. In 2007, Brian Keene's Dead Sea knocked that obsession on its ass... The city streets are no longer safe. They are filled instead with the living dead, rotting predators driven only by a need to kill and eat. Some of the living still struggle to survive, but with each passing day, their odds grow worse. Some survivors have fled, frantically searching for a place to escape, even briefly, the slaughter around them. For Lamar Reed and a handful of others, that safe haven is an old Coast Guard ship out at sea, with plenty of water between them and the zombies. These desperate survivors are completely isolated from the dangers of the mainland. But their haven will soon become a deathtrap, and they'll learn that isolation can also mean no escape! Deadite Press is proud to present this Author's Preferred version of Keene's over-the-top cult classic, which includes never-before-published material!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781936383610 (1936383616)
Publisher: Deadite Press
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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LittleBookCove
LittleBookCove rated it
5.0
I'm so excited to tell you all about this book! I randomly picked it up as it was in the same section as the the Beatles book I’ve just recently finished. I'm Soooo glad I did! Its fantastic! This was my 1st book I’ve ever read of Brian Keene's. To be honest the cover kind of got to me. But the sa...
Nancy
Nancy rated it
5.0 Dead Sea
Reblogged from Shelf Inflicted Brian Keene’s Dead Sea is a little different from his earlier zombie stories. In The Rising and City of the Dead, the zombies carried rifles, were intelligent, and drove cars. In Dead Sea, they are the more traditional shambling, empty-eyed, mindless variety. The e...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it
3.0
Nifty, if depressing, zombie novel with a bit of Joseph Campbell thrown in. Three and a half stars.
wbebout
wbebout rated it
5.0 Dead Sea
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. Stuck at sea with complete strangers as the world goes to hell all around you would not be the best of circumstances! I like zombies that are dumb as stumps but relentless. Zombies kill you by never tiring and overwhelming in shear numbers. Add to...
Konnici na Liriite - Chevalier Du Lys
Konnici na Liriite - Chevalier Du Lys rated it
4.0 Dead Sea
I've already read and review several books from Brian Keene. Two of them were one of my favourite books in the Zombie Genre... The Rising and City of the Dead. I enjoy them both. Then I was away from this author for a couple of years (too many books to read)... Then I went back with Castaways which ...
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