Apocalypse

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Hold on...
The day's getting away from me. My ears are playing tricks on me too. I thought I heard something upstairs, but there's nothing. I have the bottom floor boarded up. Those Zombies may be far from stupid, but it's goddamn hard to get dead limbs to help you climb up the side of a house and we took everything down they could hold onto...
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About Dell Sweet

I was raised in Texas and New York. I write short stories, novels, lyrics, poetry. I also enjoy building 3D models in my down time. I have written several series and collections.

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About the Series: Glennville
In the small city of Glennville people tend to stay to themselves. Neighbors matter. The streets, even in the poorest of neighborhoods are safe for children to travel on their own. But the city has its secrets, and those secrets have their dangers.
Under the city, a series of caves cut from the limestone by the Black River attract visitors, children, some have entered and never come out; maybe lost, maybe part of Glennville's secrets.
Something else lives in the cold, dark caves. Something some have suspected but refused to believe. After all, things in Glennville are rational, safe.
Glennville is a series of books that play out in the City of Glennville or that are somehow connected to the city of Glennville, Dell Sweet

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Reviews of Apocalypse by Dell Sweet

Mark Schultz reviewed on March 20, 2015

Earth's Survivors Apocalypse is an interesting group of stories. All the troubles that several small groups of people endure after worldwide devastation. Some groups connect and some have a near-miss. The dialogue is decent, many of the situations are quite believable! I could not give it 5 stars because of the spelling errors, mostly misplaced words and some missing words also. the author can get more info at my website wordrefiner.weebly.com
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RockinReader reviewed on Feb. 15, 2015

I really enjoyed this book, so much intrigue and mystery. I love books of this genre and this one was a great read. Is it the end of the world as we know it? It is possible, we just never know .The characters are well developed and added so much to the story line. The details are clear and concise and had me wondering what would happen next. It is spread out from different views of different characters which I found added to the suspense. It is well written and I am going to be looking for more from this author. I love his mind and imagination and his passion for writing shows. Well done, Dell. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys this genre.
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M Watson reviewed on Feb. 10, 2015

I enjoyed this book immensely. Well written and the characters kept me reading. I have been a fan of the series for about three years and I am glad to see it has come back.
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Frank Lee reviewed on Feb. 9, 2015

A rambling mess. OK I get that the author uses this to entice the reader to purchasing the next book but this book had no end the story - not even a partial ending. In between, the stories rambled on and the dialogues were sophomoric. There is a zombie element that is introduced here but not explored properly. Sorry if you want me to buy your next book, you will have to do better with the free intro of the series.
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