Season of the Dead

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
“It is said that unto everything there is a season…these are the stories of a group of survivors during the season of the dead.”

Four individuals fight to survive as the zombie apocalypse crashes over the world in a wave of terror and destruction. Color, creed, and social standing mean nothing as the virus infects millions across the planet. More

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Published by Spore Press
Words: 100,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301294664
About Sharon Van Orman

A tattered copy Bulfinch’s Mythology inspired a lifetime fascination with the subject. On a research tangent Sharon came across the myth of King Lykaonas who was cursed by Zeus into becoming a wolf. The very first lycanthrope.
Lykaia was written as a flash fiction piece for a writer’s site. The idea took root and demanded to be expanded upon. With that bit of inspiration Sharon entered the National Novel Writers Month contest held in November of 2011. Seven weeks later the book was finished and had blossomed into not only a full length novel, but a series featuring Dr. Sophia Katsaros.
Sharon lives in Nebraska with her family and a collection of animals including ones that were chosen and others that did the choosing. After the birth of her third child she left her job as a commercial risk manager to be a full time mom. In between soccer games, hosting the neighborhood children and taking in stray animals she finds the time to write.

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Review by: Ana on March 11, 2014 :
This is my first time reading anything from this author. Season of the Dead was very good. Keeps you wondering what's going to happen next. Very suspenseful and on edge. My favorite characters were Paul and Sharon. The only reason I give it 4 stars is because of the ending. I'd love to know what has happened to all of them. Will they die, will they separate eventually? Maybe that's in talks for a part two??? Anyway, very good. I loved it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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