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This really works and the odd twists just make it more frightening, Fantastic book with imagination and understanding of human nature.Published on October 19, 2013 by catt dahman
I got started reading zombie books right around when 2007 became 2008. There were three books I read from the same press at the time, JOHN DIES AT THE END, PLAGUE OF THE DEAD, and... Read morePublished on May 3, 2013 by Thom Brannan
If you read the Author's note at the beginning of the book, you will quickly realize that the author and his own attitude very similiarly reflect the angsty, pathetic, and... Read morePublished on October 2, 2009 by L. Penny
This book is just great. It's not a typical zombie story, if you love traditional zombie stories, and you are not so open minded about different approaches to the... Read more
There's clearly personal stuff going on in some of the reviews of this book, which is too bad. I find negative reviews as helpful, if not more so, as positive ones. Read morePublished on July 14, 2009 by John Lemut
I still can't get over that this was his first book. Wow! The perfect 20something story. This was a very fun read! Jason paints a very interesting picture of a life in flux. Read morePublished on July 1, 2009 by BruceinMaine
I can't believe that someone has not noticed the similarities in these books. My guess is that there aren't too many zombie novel readers that have read much of Ellis' work. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by Chris Munch
I pushed my way through this book, since I enjoyed "John Dies at the End" (by David Wong) and I was hoping this book would be as good, since it has some similar style... Read morePublished on December 3, 2008 by Amazon Customer
'Every Sigh, The End' is a different type of zombie tale that shouldn't be missed, a breath of fresh air in an overused genre. Read morePublished on August 8, 2008 by Schtinky