Dead End

Dead End The suburb where Adam Paul and Josey live has transformed into a wasteland of empty houses and slow shambling dead In this new world where a deadly virus transforms its victims into living dead thi

  • Title: Dead End
  • Author: Anthony Giangregorio
  • ISBN: 9781934861189
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • The suburb where Adam, Paul, and Josey live has transformed into a wasteland of empty houses and slow, shambling dead In this new world where a deadly virus transforms its victims into living dead things hungering for human flesh, this small band of survivors must do anything and everything they can to survive from one day to the next In the city, a small haven has appeaThe suburb where Adam, Paul, and Josey live has transformed into a wasteland of empty houses and slow, shambling dead In this new world where a deadly virus transforms its victims into living dead things hungering for human flesh, this small band of survivors must do anything and everything they can to survive from one day to the next In the city, a small haven has appeared in the form of a fortified church building but the good Reverend in charge isn t everything he seems The holy place is quickly becoming a madhouse surrounded by the dead and led by the insane Adam and his friends trek unknowingly across this mysterious and dangerous post apocalyptic world on a collision course with the vicious church dwellers in the city Will there be a way out for the survivors, or are they all headed for a Dead End

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    414 Comment

    • Colleen says:

      This book wasn't fabulous, but it wasn't terrible either. Spent a pleasant two hours reading this, so fast pretty one-dimensional read. I guess I like the author okay even though he hasn't wowed me yet with anything and this one is like his other--except without magic at the end which is a plus. In tried and true zombie book fashion, has the following cliches that I've noted time & time again:1) Police & National Guard immediately turn against the populace rather than the zombies for som [...]

    • Whitney says:

      I was disappointed with this book before I'd even finished reading the first page. The author made every mistake they tell you to avoid in any literature or writing fiction class. Character's were 1D, climatic sequences fell flatl in all a complete waste of my time. Redeeming factors: 1. A good example of what not to do if ever planning on writing a post apocalyptic zombie novel2. The short story at the end was a nice touch, and actually rather good. So, I'm not sure what the heck happened with [...]

    • Utterly Undead Reads says:

      I didn't have to go far is this one to find the first mistake; the very first sentence had no period, in the edition I read. It's just a sign of what's to come with missing commas, missing qoutation marks here and there, a dropped word or twoyou name it, I probably found it in here. It's odd, because it would go on just fine for a while and the BAM! Something's amiss and it's a mess for a bit. I found this puzzling as an editor is listed. I guess they weren't a very good one if they couldn't eve [...]

    • Patrick D'Orazio says:

      Giangregorio seems to have a whole slew of zombie novels on , none of which had any reviews before the first reviewer took a chance on this one. I was a little leery with numerous titles and no reviews, worried that somehow I was not privy to some sort of self publishing joke. There are plenty of bad zombie novels out there and I have read quite a few. I am not one to avoid anything with a zombie in it, so I was bound to try this author out. I am just glad to have had someone else take the leap [...]

    • David McAfee says:

      This is my first Permuted Press title and while I did enjoy the story, I can't help but think the editor missed quite a few things. There were added words, misspelled words, a closed parenthses (without an open parentheses), missing punctuation, etc. Mostly just little things like that. Plus quite a bit of passive voice. BUT, once I got past all that and just read the book without my editor hat, I quite enjoyed it. It's a fun, fast read that didn't fail to entertain. Some scenes felt like they e [...]

    • Funky_canadian_guy Van Veghel says:

      When I first opened the book I was a bit skeptical. The cover and back graphics were underwhelming and the paper was not the best quality, but I love zombie novels so I took a chance. The author's story telling style took a bit of getting used to. It seems a bit of pulp fiction style, but the story itself sucked me in. I inhaled the book, and actually cared what happened to the main characters. The storyline surrounding the church and the pastor was not as intriguing, but it all came together in [...]

    • SamanthaRizzuti says:

      This booknda got on my nerves, but I loved it. A lot of mistakes made me want to take the book and edit it myself. (Which would've been bad, since it was my friend's book, not mine. .___.)But I did enjoy reading it. I want to read it again*sighs*

    • Mary says:

      MmhThis story is okay at best. It's older one of the first in the new generation on zombies stories. The characters were okay and the story was okay.

    • Jared says:

      This is one of the best zombie series I have ever read

    • Trevor says:

      FUN and emotional zombie/survival horror!

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