Even The Dead Will Bleed: Book Three of TELL ME WHEN I'M DEAD Kindle Edition
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The action in all three books is non-stop. The pacing is perfect. The descriptive gore is enough to frighten the hell out of you, without repelling you. Most of all, the author is an exceptional writer who was able to keep all three books at the same level of excellence in terms of editing and story telling. I can see this book trilogy as a great TV series, like 11 23 63 (the Stephen King book.) Note: I likened the author's writing skills and story-telling ability to Stephen King's in my first review. An exceptional author who has written a gripping horror trilogy.
Recovering alcoholic, Dave Pulaski has left his devastated home town for the big city of LA to hunt down and kill the man behind the mutant atrocities called Draggers, part zombie part cannibal that morphed into Cutters, almost invincible killers that crave human flesh. Once in LA he meets a journalist who helps him uncover the truth behind these seemingly random killings. This leads them to save a young Russian woman who holds the key to everything Dave has been searching for. All three are now targets of a psychopathic killer sent by the company responsible for the horrific deaths.
What puts this above The Walking Dead is the story is cemented in reality - so be warned - this could actually happen. I am suitably scared.
If you want to try out the best thriller this reader has read in ages then go for it as it is very highly recommended.
'Even the Dead Will Bleed' was the perfect ending to the 'Tell Me When I'm Dead' series. The storyline was intense. Full of creative scenarios, on the edge action and some suspense. Oh, and gore, lots of gory details. The way it played out had me laughing at Dave's sarcasm, cringing when things got crazy, smiling at the budding romance and saddened when things went south. The characters were a great cast of personalities and talents. I was hooked on this series from book one. I liked that this isn't the typical zombie apocalypse story. Steven Ramirez put his twist on it and made it awesome. A great add to your tbr list. Definitely recommended.