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“If you loved Justin Cronin's The Passage, this summer's vampire hit, you'll get a charge out of The Reapers Are the Angels. It's a literary/horror mashup that is unsettlingly good.” ―USA Today
“The Reapers Are the Angels is a knockout, a fresh take on the zombie novel, with a heroine you can't help but root for as she braves the land of the living dead and the dead living, pursued by a foe far more dangerous than flesh-eaters and with the beacon of redemption flickering ahead. Alden Bell will snatch your attention and keep it until long after you close this book.” ―Tom Franklin, author of Hell at the Breach
“Alden Bell provides an astonishing twist on the southern gothic: like Flannery O'Connor with zombies.” ―Michael Gruber, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Air and Shadows
“Alden Bell has managed something improbable and striking: a disconcertingly beautiful tale of zombie apocalypse. The Reapers Are the Angels is soaked in all the blood that any horror fan could desire, the effluvia rendered in a high Southern Gothic style as redolent of rotting magnolia as anything written by William Faulkner or Cormac McCarthy.” ―Charlie Huston, author of Sleepless
“... This is a must-read for those who like their literature both brain-specked and philosophical.” ―journalstar.com
Finally there is a post apocalyptic zombie novel with developing characters instead of the usual format and action sequences. Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Moon
The prose of this novel is wonderful, something I rarely come across in the zombie genre. The world is a dark place but there is such light and life in thoughts and dialogue much... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Alan M. Kumashiro
I really liked this book. Although it was dark, the characters were developed enough where they felt as if they were real. Read morePublished 1 month ago by doctormint
Somewhere along the way, I have decided that I love zombies. I have to admit that The Walking Dead probably has been a large part of my new found love of all things zombies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carole Wooten
Believable zombie story that focuses more on the characters than the chaos caused by the zombie infection. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rodney D Brown
I'm usually not one to suggest reading, because a lot of what I read is junk. I can admit that. But, this is a beautiful book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This, finally, is the literary zombie apocalypse novel that I've been searching for. And it flew completely under my radar…unlike the awful Zone One, this book didn't seem to get a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ro Howard
Loved this book! Made the last two I read after it boring in comparison. Love the descriptor qualities. Beautiful and tragic.Published 6 months ago by michelle