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It's a solid zombie book, worth a read, and even buying to encourage her to write more. The first one was the best of the three so far.Published 28 days ago by Joshua Wood
This book was OK. Not action packed like a zombie novel should be. I read another book by this author and it was good. I guess I expected the same.Published 5 months ago by Melkel
Horrific fiction writing. The series started quite promising, but then led in to some fake, messianic figure who could lead zombies, which led to a zombie having tangible... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert K.
Satisfactory zombie novel, fascinating social commentary.
Truman, The undead philosophy professor, is clearly Dr. Paffenroth’s “Mary Sue” character. Read more
Part 2 of the Dying to Live series does not disappoint! Like the first book, this is not simply an adrenaline-fueled survival tale, but so much more. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Shannon Walters
I give this item and the shipper an a a a a a a a a a a. A aPublished 22 months ago by David Willis
Another great book by Paffenroth. He doesn't disappoint. I read this in about 4 hours and I'm downloading the 3rd book shortly.Published 24 months ago by Caroline Mylotte
It was the characters who grabbed me! As I began the novel I thought, oh, great, now zombies aren't bad? They're getting well. Boo. It's not like that though. Read morePublished on July 6, 2012 by Cat
In Life Sentence, the second volume in his Dying to Live series, Kim Paffenroth continues to offer an original and thought-provoking take on the typical zombie/post-apocalyptic... Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by Justin G.