Dying Days

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Dying Days are upon us...
The Undead Roam the Earth...
Searching for the Living...
To Eat... To Feast...
To Rip Apart...
Extreme Violence...
Extreme Sexual Situations...
Extreme Undead... More

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Published: March 11, 2011
Words: 24,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311044976
About Armand Rosamilia

Armand Rosamilia is a native New Jersey boy currently living in sunny Florida, where he chases his loving children, drives his fiance' nuts with stupid trivia and stupidity, and watches the Boston Red Sox devoutly. He loves Heavy Metal in all its glory and reads way too many zombie horror stories. He is an editor for Rymfire eBooks and creator/owner of Carnifex Metal eBooks. You can reach him at armandrosamilia@gmail.com

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Review by: noel kelly on Aug. 08, 2012 : star star star
another great read; lots of gore and sexiness in the main character

but it's much more than a zombie novel it also has a great human heart

only thing i didn't like was the ending, which is left wide open for part 2, for this i took off a star (sorry)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Frank Edler on June 23, 2012 : star star star star
Armand Rosamilia has restored my faith in the future of zombie fiction. Prior to reading DYING DAYS I was in a space where I was just tired of the same old plot being driven in to the dirt in the genre. The key to great zombie fiction nowadays is a new refreshing take on the subject. Armand Rosamila nails it!
DYING DAYS is not a man vs. zombie story. It is at it's heart a man vs. man story. The heroine, Darlene Bobitch, is a strong believeable character. A rarity for male writers, Rosamilia seemlessly presents a convincing female character. Mix with that a strong plot that focuses on survivor culture and not impending death and the result is captivating.
This is only book one. Dying Days is developing into a series. There is a second book in the series. As well, there is a prequil book and vinnette compendium. Armand expects many more books for the series as well.
Do not give up hope on zombies. There are still great reads left in the gas tank. You need only fill up at the right station. Armand Rosamilia is providing top notch zombie fuel at outrageous prices. Check him out now. He's available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords. Easily assesible to boot!

This book was reviewed in an episode of Books, Beer and Bullshit Podcast. Armand Rosamilia was interviewed for this show. It can be found here: http://booksbeerbullshit.podbean.com/...
Have a listen won't you.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Carl Hose on Jan. 12, 2012 : star star star star star
Are you a fan of AMC's "Walking Dead?" I am. I absolutely love the show, which is why I was so taken by "Dying Days." This book offers a world and a set of characters with the same feel as "Walking Dead." What I particularly like about it, as I do with "Walking Dead," is the fact that the characters stand out more than the zombies. This makes for a more rounded story. Don't get me wrong. There are plenty of zombies here, they just don't overshadow the survivors. That's a plus. I was drawn immediately into the story and enjoyed it from start to finish. Armand creates a post apocalyptic zombie world that is familiar to the genre, yet fresh enough to make it interesting. This is a book I would recommend for the serious zombie fan -- Carl Hose, author of "Dead Rising" and "Dead Horizon."
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Erik Gustafson on Nov. 20, 2011 : star star star star star
Very engaging and unique take on the zombie craze! I really had a good time reading it and the ending blew me away!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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