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DC's Dead Paperback – August 27, 2014
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I Highly recommend it!
Here you'll find some very diverse characters in the Crawlspace crowd, a group of young men who gather at their hangout for tabletop RPG battles and share their lives as members of the alternative culture of DC. The crew happened to be gathered there when the whole zombie mess came down, their game interrupted by a tv broadcast that showed the Memorial Day celebration at the Arlington National Cemetery disrupted by a wash of oncoming undead. Lost, the group scrambles about trying to reach loved ones and face the shock of such a surreal scenario, but soon events begin to pull them away from the Crawlspace and out into the world around them as they seek some sense of stability in the chaos often facing true horror instead.
Peppered with moments of humor, solid action, realistic interaction, varied and genuine characters with legitimate and complex backgrounds with which to respond to the events, DC's Dead manages to do something a lot of zombie books seem to walk around, laying out a realistic take on how real human beings would handle a zombie apocalypse, and it does a very nice job of it at that. I highly recommend this book to fans of the genre looking for a fresh take with characters outside of the often trite and overdone stereotypes we usually find in zombie fiction.