William Young can fly helicopters and airplanes, drive automobiles, steer boats, rollerblade, water ski, snowboard, and ride a bicycle. His career as a newspaper reporter spanned more than a decade at five different newspapers. He has also worked as a golf caddy, flipped burgers at a fast food chain, stocked grocery store shelves, sold ski equipment, worked at a funeral home, unloaded trucks for a department store and worked as a uniformed security guard. He lives in a small post-industrial town along the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.
on Jan. 03, 2012 :
Background for this review: I know Will and like his writing. Otherwise I would not read a zombie story. I was pleased to find that in these stories the zombie plague works to highlight character. The narrator of "Days Go By" is strong and likeable, which makes his yearning for his father - and his belief that their relationship will be essentially unchanged - very touching. This may be my favorite. Look for the others in the series, too: "Killing Country Music" is a close second favorite of mine, and a good change in tone. What wannabe wouldn't relish a legitimate, compelling reason to kill the big stars? Follow this book!
(reviewed long after purchase)