Year of the Dead

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
An advanced alien culture determines that humanity is on the path to extinction due to environmental degradation. They decide Earth’s human population must be reduced in a culturally appropriate manner. So the aliens create an outbreak of the undead.

This is a story about people who fight back. The aliens and undead need to learn that on Earth the top predator will always be human. More
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Words: 86,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458135070
About Jack J. Lee

Jack J. Lee is a sober, unassuming doctor who is the general manager of a multi-physician group in the United States in Salt Lake City, Utah. By night he is a wild, hedonistic author in the unlimited confines of his mind. Like most happily married men, he lives in mortal fear of his beautiful, intelligent wife who he does not deserve (his wife will read this bio). Therefore he limits his hedonism to his imagination.

His first two books are part of a series called Sustainable Earth. 'Year of the Dead' and ‘Death by Revelation’ are currently available as digital downloads. These books are about the world being overrun by zombies and vampires. When asked, "Why zombies and vampires?" He responds that authors are encouraged to write what they know. Everywhere he goes (highways, classrooms, banks, and driver's license bureaus), he sees zombies and blood suckers.

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Review by: Erin Nire on Aug. 14, 2013 :
Awesome read! This kind of writing is what makes reading fun. Two thumbs up!
(review of free book)

Review by: Gregory Sawden on Nov. 23, 2011 :
Great read, fast and exciting.

I appreciate books of this genre, especially when they are well thought out and have some basis in reality. The characters are diverse and well developed. I mean aliens, zombies and vampires; doesn't get much better than that. I think it's definitely worth the investment in time, and you can't beat the price either.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: raeleus on May 21, 2011 :
Better than World War Z!

I would have called you nuts if you told me I should take a book about zombies, vampires, and aliens seriously. These are very tired genres and to mix them would be quite silly. Not only did this author prove me wrong, he actually convinced me this can be the only way the story could be told!

The storytelling shifts from character to character and is paced very well. In the style of Christopher Nolan, elements of the narrative are placed out of sequence. This frames a gripping and intelligent tale unmatched by its competitors. Unlike World War Z (a popular title amongst zombie fans), I actually cared about these characters. The different perspectives can believably depict the heroes who are vulnerable and imperfect yet legendary and invincible.

This is one of the best books I have ever read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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