The Station: Dead is not Dead
By G. Scott Burgess
Published: Aug. 27, 2011
Words: 34,249 (approximate)
When a deadly virus begins to reanimate the dead, a handful of survivors band together in an abandoned radio station on the outskirts of Detroit.
A squad of soldiers, a reporter and a charismatic leader must find a way stop fighting each other long enough to focus on the real enemies.
The Station: Dead is not Dead is an action-packed roller coaster ride beginning a post apocalyptic adventure.
No one knows why exactly they ended up at The Station, an abandoned radio station on the outskirts of the smoldering ruins of Detroit. But everyone has a story.
First Sgt. Daniel Cass and his squad of Montana National Guard troops made their way to the station searching for hope.
Detroit News reporter Thomas Kowalski thought The Station might help him find his humanity.
Ester Williams was in a haze of marijuana and pain killers when she was carried into the former home of Detroit's easy listening.
No matter what the reason, The Station has become the home for a new and growing family of survivors in the post apocalyptic world where the dead walk and the living hide.
While the group of two-dozen survivors struggle with each other, none know how connected they really are through life and death. And as they all scavenge for food and search for answers, The Station will provide them with both. And some things, they learn, they don't really want to know.
, thriller suspense
, end of the world
, military action
, science fiction adventure action suspence humor
, zombie apocalypse
, undead fiction
, science ficition
, novella new release
, science fiction 2011
, detroit author
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Amanda "Cherry Zombie" Charnley
on March 31, 2012 :
Great read. Painted a great Zombie Apocalypse picture. As a Zombie purest I would like to see the writer expand in the "Zombie Sciences" and develop what kind of zombie hoard he has eating civilization. Zombies are characters too! :-)
I did love his choice of characters in the book. It was a good balance. I would be curious to see how they grow or turn in their development.
(reviewed long after purchase)