The Zombie Knight Saga - Volume One - Elegy for an Immortal

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
A young man dies, and a grim reaper offers to revive him in exchange for servitude. Responsibilities include saving other people’s lives and occasionally fighting unspeakable horrors. But this particular young man already has a few problems of his own, such as crippling shyness. No, seriously. He can barely even speak to people. It's really bad.

Takes place in the modern fantasy world of Eleg. More
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Review by: Garvin on Oct. 28, 2014 :
This novel deserves a special place in my top 10 favorites.

I normally read Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Light novels (translated of course) but decided to give "The Zombie Knight" a try because of heavy recommendations from several sources and let me tell you it starts off a little slow but gets better and better and it just doesn't stop getting better, chapter after chapter all the way through!

The beginning where the main character is just a normal person makes the story seem kind of normal and when he turns into a zombie it still seems normal but THAT'S when all the twists start coming in and the uniqueness of this story start showing. This author is very talented at conveying his unique world and you will not regret jumping into it!

I would highly recommend this to anyone (over 13 years old), it's definitely worth reading.
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Review by: Eren Reverie on Aug. 03, 2014 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. I was engrossed enough to read it in one day - in one sitting, actually, with only the briefest of breaks for food and water.

"The Zombie Knight" has a bit of an urban fantasy/superhero vibe going, with a nice dose of zero-to-hero in the beginning - which helps introduce readers to the very detailed alternate world this story is set in.

Well worth reading - and you can't beat the price, especially since the ongoing story is also available for free as serial posts on the author's website. (Which is a good thing, since reading volume 1 has gotten me thoroughly addicted.)

It's well edited, well thought out, and good fun - even in the darker moments. Highly recommended.
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Review by: Nickel Mann on July 18, 2014 :
Worth reading and a bit humorous at times. Ready to read book 2 when it comes out.
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Review by: Mitesh Ojha on July 11, 2014 :
Nice plot. Good to read something different between all the fairies, wizards and ghosts.

A bit weak start, but got corrected later. Nice of author to show reapers with emotions :)

Overall worth read. Go for it if you are bored with magic
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Review by: Chaos B. on July 04, 2014 :
Little rough in spots, with two places where sections of text repeat(beginning of chapter two, and midway through the book if memory serves), but the world created is close, but not quite earth-like, which makes it both new and familiar, the characters are interesting, with the interplay between them really giving you a good sense as to the type of people the two main characters are, and the plot and action keep things going nicely.

Overall a nice introduction to the world and characters, and one I'm glad I stumbled across.
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