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Eat Slay Love (Living with the Dead, Book 3) Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 2011
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"Petersen's satisfying third zom-com shows that the Living with the Dead series has surprising staying power." ---Publishers Weeky --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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A Facebook application once told Jesse Petersen that she'd only survive a day in a zombie outbreak, but she doesn't believe that. For one, she's a good shot and two, she has an aversion to bodily fluids, so she'd never go digging around in zombie goo. Until the zombie apocalypse, she lives in the Midwest with her husband and two cats. Find out more about the author at www.jessepetersen.net.
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This story picks up right where the last one left off. David and Sarah have the cure for the zombie disease and they are headed to the "Midwestern Wall," with hopes of trying to get the cure into the hands of government officials or a scientist who can mass produce it.
Along the way they pick up a reporter who worked for something like TMZ and an old British rocker who is so strung out on drugs that he barely knows what is going on half of the time. They run into the usual antagonists in the form of zombies and crazy cults determined to either kill our heroes or make them their next meal!
Upon reaching the Midwestern Wall, we find out that the government has blocked off the rest of the country, is denying that any survivors are still in the Badlands and are completely controlling communications so no one to the east of the Wall knows what is going on. Eventually our heroes manage to get the cure across the border with the help of some rebels, but cannot make the trip themselves and have to flee for their own safety and the safety of their rebel friends.
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This book has lots of pop culture references to Star Wars, Marvel Comics, modern TV shows, etc., and it will make most people laugh when they read it. There is also some good action, gun fights, and lots of zombies getting blasted and smashed in the head. All in all it's a great story and it ends the trilogy very nicely. Any fan of the zombie apocalypse genre will really enjoy this one.
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I love the characters. The story is great, it is funny, full of zombie slaying action and has a little romance. Every Zombie apocalypse needs a little romance!
Eat Slay Love is book 3. Book 1 and 2 are great but so far 3 is the best.
Story line is gripping, action, adventure, Zombies, love, and some weird medical research create an interesting mixture of what could possibly happen to the world if such things could happen.
Very much worth reading and if you like True Blood, an other series such as that, let me tell you the Zombie is the new Vampire! Give it a read, but start at book 1 or you will miss so much of what is going on :)
So let us get to the meat of it. From the very beginning there were almost no surprises. The charachters were not as well developed as in the prior novels. The funny banter and interaction that was in the first book is completely lacking. Yes I know that things have changed in their lives and it was supposed to be a tense environment. However the first one was basically for all intents and purposes a zombie romantic comedy. In this book though? Very little humor of any kind.
The story was quite rushed and I believe the book suffered as a result. Halfway in I realized that we were nowhere close to the goal. I thought that isn't good. The ending is going to be rushed. The very next page the charachters drive 34 hours to get to the goal. As far as the resolution of the story? Essentially we learn nothing and it ends unsatisfactorily. A cliff hanger would imply that there was action that was left off to get you excited for possibly another story. This ending however addresses nothing and leaves the reader thinking, That is it? So to anyone that reads this, if you are a true fan then get it. Just so you can know what happens. If you are only moderately interested walk away. I should have.
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