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Book 1: DEAD: The Ugly Beginning
Book 2: DEAD: Revelations
Book 3: DEAD: Fortunes & Failures
Book 4: DEAD: Winter
Book 5: DEAD: Siege & Survival
Book 6: DEAD: Confrontation
Book 7: DEAD: Reborn
Book 8: DEAD: Darkness Before Dawn
Book 9: DEAD: Spring (Summer 2014)
Book 10 DEAD: Reclamation (Winter 2014)

About the Author

Welcome to MY world...

A few minutes with author TW Brown.

Tucked away in the Pacific Northwest with my wife Denise, a Border Collie named Aoife, a guitar collection, and an increasing number of aquariums sporting a variety of fish (cichlids are my new favorites), I live for football season when I can cheer on the Oregon Ducks and be disappointed by my Seattle Seahawks once again. I am a fan of Cookie Monster, KISS, and Dr. Who (along with most things British).

His blog can be found at:
twbrown.blogspot.com/ 
You can contact him at:
twbrown.maydecpub@gmail.com
 
You can follow him on twitter @maydecpub and on Facebook under Todd Brown, Author TW Brown, and also under May December Publications.

TW Brown is the author of the Zomblog series, his horror comedy romp, That Ghoul Ava, and, of course...the DEAD series. Safely tucked away in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, he moves away from his desk only at the urging of his Border Collie, Aoife. (Pronounced Eye-fa)

He plays a little guitar on the side...just for fun...and makes up any excuse to either go trail hiking or strolling along his favorite place...Cannon Beach. He answers all his emails sent to twbrown.maydecpub@gmail.com and tries to thank everybody personally when they take the time to leave a review of one of his works.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 376 pages
  • Publisher: May December Publications LLC (May 30, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936730030
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936730032
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #807,806 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ursula K Raphael VINE VOICE on June 5, 2011
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In Dead: Ugly Beginning, the first book in this series, a guy named Steve reflects back on the beginning of a zombie outbreak. Steve manages to save Thalia, a little girl who lived in his apartment building, and joined by a teenager named Teresa. The point of view begins to switch between various individuals and groups, but the shifts are easy to follow, despite the large cast. Some of the returning characters also include: Juan Hoya, who'd been living in his car for eight months before the outbreak reached him; Mike, Kevin, and Cary - some friends chatting online who create a survival plan that smacks of movie scenarios, and Ian, who was trapped in his prison cell. The book had ended with a huge cliffhanger.

It had been so long since I read the first one, I was a little lost when I began reading Revelations, but it didn't take very long to remember who was who, and what was going on - which shows how well-written this sequel is. It also helps that there are fewer main characters to keep track of, due to the zombie hordes, and a nut-job militia group led by a man named Shaw. I honestly think the Dead series is much better than Brown's Zomblog series.

Both major and minor characters suffer and/or die, keeping the storyline unpredictable. I did see pattern emerging between the multiple survivor groups; even though most of them have not physically crossed paths, some past connections become visible as more of the backgrounds of the characters are revealed. The psychological aspects of the relationships are more pronounced, not only between friends, but also the captors and captives. Most importantly, the survivors are learning more about the nature of the zombie virus, and incorporating the new information into their plans.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jeffery a thurman on February 23, 2014
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edge of your seat, never a dull moment
tw Brown is amazing. can't wait to start on the next one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JJay on January 22, 2014
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Talented writer who makes the characters more than just names. Highly recommend the first and second books. More to come as I finish reading the series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth L. Daughtrey on January 17, 2014
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I never thought I could get so sucked into a zombie series, but wow! This series is amazing. I highly recommend it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 7, 2014
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Great entertaining series. One of the few zombie series novels that I truly enjoy. It really gives me the feeling of being in that environment and as a reader that is important.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alan Wilson on November 22, 2013
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I jumped into TW Brown's work on spec. I read a truck load of zombie Kindle downloads: let me make it plain...this book is easily one of the Top Five for Excellence. There's nothing I found here to dislike and a gauge of my passion for this book is that I, quite literally, found it near impossible to put down. Man...what a ripping page-turner it is.

Brown is one of the very few to field a vast "Game of Thrones" roll of characters...and to carry it off superbly. Each person stands up and is believable within the confines of the book. Okay, you could argue that some of the secondaries are a bit stereotyped, but in a zomb apoc I believe people's characters would revert to their basic attributes - shorn and delayered of their socialized Ego components - so it pretty much works just fine.

I'm a great fan of Mad Max feral humanity bursting to the surface in all its fetid horror when the thin skin of pretty-please civilization is skimmed off. Wow! Does Brown deliver on that score. So much so that the zeds are often knocked down to being grizzly bears in the woods: dangerous but avoidable. Instead, it's the sickos and nutters who are the real and present risk to pink and pleasant survivors clinging to their loops and tatters of decent behaviour.

Women are placed a risk big time but their abuse (and the soft lime sex) have tasteful veils drawn - there's sufficient to let your imagination fill in the details. In this setting, a highly commendable approach for to do otherwise would be gratuitous and distracting.

In sum, no question TW Brown is a genre master and polished wordsmith who gives full value for money. I'm hooked and have committed to working through the series. Bravo!

Minor quibble: a few tiny typos and transliterated words (e.g. breaks --- brakes). Not in any way serious. For noting only.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 27, 2012
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What can I say? If somehow you weren't hooked after Dead: The Ugly beginning, you have to be after this one.

I'm thrilled the author stuck to his guns against the biggest complaint - the amount of characters and perspectives. This is easily one of my favorite parts of the book - you're not just getting a story & perspective from one person, you're getting it from many, and they're VASTLY different. It may seem confusing at first, but as you begin to understand each person's personalities and nuances, it's not difficult at all. This adds so much flavor to an amazing story.

I'm not much of a reviewer - I'm just Jane Average who has a fanatical love for all things horror - but I can't say enough good things about this series and this book. It's not so much a zombie horror story as it is a piece on humanity, adaptability and human behavior. It's also quite realistic and brutal. I'm sure we would all like to believe in times of crisis, our fellow man would band together, but there are always those who take advantage of chaos, and it's not pretty. Sometimes, it's downright disgusting. But the end of the world won't be pretty, and it would be a pretty boring series if it was sugarcoated.

The story is fascinating, flows fantastically, and many (like myself) found ourselves finishing this in one sitting, despite the length. It's an extremely mature look on human survival. Todd Brown has an amazing style, and you should keep your eye on him (and read his other offerings from May December Publications).

On to part 3!!!!
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