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I'm not surprised you're here. What could be more interesting than reading about me? Besides reading "I've Been Deader," I mean.
I'm a Leo. When I'm not avoiding process servers, I write. Horror, comedy, romance, sci-fi. I do it all. And all my stories have a smart dog and small child in them, so you know they'll be best sellers.
Sometimes I go the movies alone, order two small popcorns and talk out loud to myself about what I think is going to happen next on the screen. I'm currently single, but she's due back any moment, so please keep the erotic chat on the down low.
I can be contacted at: IBDeader@hotmail.com
on April 19, 2012 :
What could be more fun than a zombie apocalypse road trip? How about getting to see it from both sides of death?
With quirky, dark humour and no small level of violence, this book gives you a different perspective on the perils of being a zombie. Thanks to a zombie who can actually think (mostly) we get to see what it's like trying to organise & run a zombie army.
Meanwhile, we also get to experience the view of "breathers" (those not yet turned) as they struggle to hold back the tide. While many have only a small part to play, there are some that return throughout the book as the over-arching story line develops.
An amusing story that gives a unique perspective on zombie-mania and is fun to read although definitely not for the squeamish.
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)
on April 13, 2012 :
Adam Sifre has a winner with "I've Been Deader". A zombie apocalypse from a fresh perspective, with humor both subtle and over the top, Sifre delivers a well written entertaining tale. It is disturbing that the source of America's zombification is plausible.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
on April 04, 2012 :
"I've Been Deader" by Adam Sifre is a zombie apocalypse book. The point of view is from both the zombie and the "breather" point of view. Mostly it is from a zombie named Fred. When Fred turned zombie he retained the ability to think and remember who he is. This book is about Fred going across the county to find his son,Timmy. This book also contains the adventures of the survivors of the zombie plague and how various people use the plague to their advantage.
I found it interesting to hear from the zombie point of view. A "thinker" zombie seems to have the same desires as regular "breather" people do.
(Except the need for "Braaiinnss....." Fred falls in love with a "breather" woman. He misses and wants to find his son, Timmy. This book has plenty of gross moments. It also has plenty of suspense.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
on March 14, 2012 :
This is a very funny book. The writer has a cheeky and unrelenting sense of humor that takes comic horror to a whole new level. Plenty of surprises and laugh out loud moments.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)