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For those of you that don't know me, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Timothy Prive. I am the author of Dead Rich by T. H. Rahman. I began writing three years ago and soon found out I love to write. I am working diligently on my next book, Malice to be relased early December, 2012.

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The horror of fighting zombies becomes a reality in the outskirts of Albany, New York where Bo Reynolds finds himself thrown into a perilous situation. He must struggle to survive within post-apocalyptic surroundings and its population of zombies while enduring through long odds and overwhelming obstacles threatening his very existence.

During this time, a beautiful young woman named Lynn frees Bo from danger. Together, both become prisoners held inside Tate Estate. Soon the two find themselves fighting alongside Cassius and Tony--already prisoners within the mansion--and must play a deadly reality game of survival against hordes of flesh-eating zombies in an attempt to win their freedom or accept a brutal death.

On the mansion's upper floors, one will find a cruel and the proud individual, Mr. Tate. His greed for wealth remains well known to those he calls friends. He rules with an iron fist, manipulating the servants to do his bidding. He orders them to release wave after wave of undead into the mansion to kill the four contestants struggling for their survival in the lower rooms.

While the greatest reality show airs, Rufus, Mr. Tate's most obedient servant seeks to accomplish his master's wishes. Rufus tries hard to please all, but he has had enough of the continuous bullying and ridicule others unleash toward him. In time, a new emotion infiltrates his heart, and he'll do whatever's necessary to retain the sensation, even if it means vengeance against those whom treat him poorly.

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  • File Size: 452 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
  • Publication Date: August 23, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00872VCLE
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Timothy Prive lives in upstate New York. He is a first time, self-taught author. In 2009, he became disabled. At that time, he began to think about his future and began to write his first book. With no real influences coming from a writing background, it did not take him long to fall in love with writing. Through trial and error, he realized that it is possible to write a great story

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rabid Readers Reviews on November 23, 2012
Format: Paperback
The plotline of "Dead Rich" was a really good idea. Mr. Tate pits ordinary people that he captures or who can't pay his taxes to allow them to serve him and pits them against the undead. In Rahman's world, the undead virus is one that dogs, crocodiles and even bears can get. How do you escape a pack of dogs looking to rip you apart? The storyline brought to mind "The Hunger Games" but without the hope that someone will survive and live a life of luxury. No one survives Mr. Tate's game. Usually players don't work together but Bo and his new friends team up and they're good at killing zombies. Rahman writes action really well. The reader feels the intensity and the narrative moves quickly. In some cases the violence of the storyline was almost beautiful in it's flow.

The true genius of this novel is the character of Rufus. Rufus is a gollum-like servant who speaks of himself in the third person and whose responsibility it is to procure meat for the master's dogs. We see, early on, zombie dogs killing a human and Rufus rationalizes that meat is meat. He convinces himself that this is what the master wants and no one needs to know where the meat came from. From them on we se Rufus thinking outside of himself and developing in the storyline in a way that makes for some very bold moves toward the end of the novel.

All in all, the end of the novel was bold and done well and I commend Rahman on getting his book out there. "Dead Rich" sucked me in until the end and I enjoyed it.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Gritsch on January 8, 2013
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I am a fan of the zombie genre or is becoming quite popular these days what with the Walking Dead television show and the upcoming World War Z. This book too, is about the undead. It also depicts a world that is ravaged by a war and overrun with hordes of undead and under the control of the wealthy. Suffice to say this book is a good read, very fast paced in does not have to wait long for things to happen!

The story has a man named Bo in the middle of his usual daily routines. He is a very arrogant prick when we first meet him as he is in his building and intimidating his employees. That is until bombs start dropping! Flash years later and he is no longer in control, instead he is a scavenger just trying to survive. He becomes captured by a group who wear robes and he is soon placed in a horrid game where he and a group of three others must fight the undead to survive! Not only the typical zombies that were once human, but also other animals that make for even more brutal flesh starved creatures. In control of this game is a man called Mr. Tate, a person Bo himself was to a point before the war, but much more cruel and evil. Zombies are forced into the mansion in intervals and Bo and his new found friends must battle them through ten rounds!

Like I said it is very fast paced, and Mr. Rahman creates a world that I would like to see explored more fully. I was very intrigued reading about the bombs dropping, about Bo coming across the mansion surrounded by a bloody moat and I wondered if he would survive the nightmare! I also wondered about another character named Rufus, who seemed to be someone who was going to change the way this particular game was going to play out. I highly recommend this book to zombie lovers, it's a fun fast read!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brandi May on January 25, 2013
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Enjoyed very much. Would read again. Look forward to more from this author. Main characters were easy to connect with.
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