"It's raw and gruesome. Told in the first person, it does very well to evoke the desperation of its apocalyptic atmosphere." - BoomBabyReviews
"Raphael has a unique view of this wasteland that is a little different than what is to be found elsewhere. The ending twist was unexpected but did not seem forced as it does in some stories." - The Examiner
From the Author
I guess I want my readers to ask themselves, "What really makes a monster?" Is it simply being different, or killing without guilt? If you kill in order to survive, are you a monster or are you a survivor? Some would say that there are several types of killers in my story, but are any of them really monsters?
I guess that is the biggest debate about zombies: are they really monsters, or just the poor bastards that got infected?