Zombie Leza

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Leza's an unusual young woman. She lives with Zombies, protecting and caring for them. In an apocalyptic wasteland, where the living are few, she represents a unique hybrid, a human accepted by zombies. She speaks with the undead, and can teach the living how to survive. If they can only keep from killing her, that is. More

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About Vincent Berg

After writing fifteen books, Vincent Berg decided to turn to something he’s intimately familiar with, but has only marginally broached in his previous stories. Suffering from Asperger’s when young, Juvenile Diabetes in his teens, and ‘Schizoaffective Disorder’ in his forties, Vincent wrote The Demons Within as homage to alternative medicines and their struggle to gain acceptance. But the story grew into more. Like Phil, Vincent though his suffering, learned humanity and kinship with others, and hopes the book will extend the messages from his muses to others.

The book took over a year to write because of Vincent’s recent mental and physical health issues, so the story took a dark turn. Once completed, he was free to write a lighter, less conflicted sequel, Speaking With Your Demons. The new book, now well under way, explores the challenges of using your afflictions to connect with other, even when your social skills are hampered by your issues.

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Review by: Stormswift on Nov. 18, 2018 :
This is a unique zombie apocalypse tale. A human girl has the ability to communicate with zombies and control them. This could allow remaining humans to venture out of their protected compounds and perhaps re-emerge from the terror.

The zombies that follow Leza even regain a semblance of their humanity. Leza could be the solution that humanity has waited for. Unfortunately some humans might decide to kill her, and if they do, there will be no end to the zombies' vengeance.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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