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Publisher Description

Dave, a recovering alcoholic, wakes up to find his town overrun by zombies.

Dave Pulaski wasted his youth getting drunk. When he met Holly, a beautiful, strong-willed woman, he decided to get his life together.

Now a plague is decimating the town of Tres Marias. And it turns the victims into shrieking flesh-eaters who hunt. To survive, Dave, Holly, and a small band of soldiers must kill the living as well as the dead.

But Dave is this close to drinking again. The vengeful woman he cheated with is after him–and she's no longer human. The ravening hordes are swelling. And the beleaguered military forces are outnumbered. How can anyone live through this?

For Dave, the choice is simple–learn to fight or join the burgeoning ranks of the undead.

What Reviewers Are Saying

"Tell Me When I'm Dead is a gritty, pulse-pounding read that never loses its sense of humor, for an original and well-rounded work of zombie fiction." —Self-Publishing Review

"In this thrilling novel, Ramirez details an antihero's struggles for family and love, and to find beauty in a world ruled by the dead." —Readers' Favorite

"Chilling, pulse racing, and hugely compelling, Ramirez has brought something new to a popular genre." —The Bookbag

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2018
July 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
406
Pages
PUBLISHER
Glass Highway
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
693
KB

Customer Reviews

tc_sting ,

Surprisingly good

Yes it’s another zombie book and cliches are plenty. And sometimes the character actions seem a bit convenient for plot progression. But overall it’s a good book.

How? One thing this book does that must authors are scared to do is make a flawed main character. The protagonist is not a good person and not very likable. In fact the main guy is a coward and acts selfishly repeatedly. Few books can pull it off because it forces a multi dimensional development for the character and that takes time.

I’d give the book 5 stars except other primary characters are very one dimensional and only used to further plot points when desired and that’s lazy.

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