The Deadz: Invazion

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The world thinks the US is hiding the solution to their 'zombie' problems.

In retaliation, these countries come together to formulate a plan that has them shipping their undead creatures, nicknamed "runners, crawlers, and talkers" over to the US with the intentions of destroying as much as they've lost.

Their first stop in small town, USA won't be their last...

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Published: Sep. 10, 2011
Words: 14,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465726858
About Michael Esser

Michael "Mr. E" Esser is the proud father of three girls. He discovered a love for writing when he was a child and awoke from a vivid dream and was compelled to scribble it down.

His first two book were industry specific real estate books. One focused on the researching side and the other focused on the marketing.

Mr. E has been one of the top read film reviewers on since 2009. With new articles and reviews published weekly, Mr. E's Movie Reviews are emailed to almost thirteen thousands subscribers and growing.

In print, Mr. E is published as the weekly film reviewer for the Kingman Daily Miner and has written for the Las Vegas Recycler. In addition,

Mr. E has been writing copy for small and large businesses for 14 years. He's also been aid to write blogs, articles, social media campaigns, misc. online content, entertainment articles, and other types of reviews for online outlets since early 2009.

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Review by: matthew crossman on Oct. 26, 2011 : star star star star star
this is a great book i have always loved zombie books and well this was one of the good ones that i have read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: C.V. Hunt on Oct. 23, 2011 : star star star
The first paragraph that I included form the book, The Deadz by Michael Esser, does a pretty good job of describing the zombies to come within its pages.

The story is centered on an international race to create a cure-all vaccine. Imagine the capability of a vaccination that could cure every illness known to man. Cancer… AIDS… they would all become a horrible blemish in our history books.

But inevitably, in a race to be the first country to create this wonder drug, things go very wrong. The cure-all reanimates the dead. And each nation - with their own special formulas – has created their own brand of revenant. There is a wide variety, from runners to stumblers, and yes, even talkers. The talkers are more than capable of commanding all of the dead.

The beginning of the story and the transitions between scenes were a bit jumpy. With so much action packed into the pages, we never really get too attached to the characters. Some readers may be looking for that emotional connection with the story centering on a father, his two young daughters, his sister, and brother-in-law. This story reads more like a movie script than a novel, and this is what the author was shooting for. Mr. Esser accomplished this by keeping full blown action on every page, but wrote very light on the details.

Movie goers and people sitting in waiting rooms will love this. You can read this book in the amount of time that it would take to watch the move. But for those that are looking for an in depth and complicated story line, you may be disappointed. Zombies are zombies, and the heart of every zombie story is chaos and destruction. With zombies finally starting to get their own spot light, authors are trying to find a way to reinvent them. The eternal question is asked: What makes yours different than every other one like it? Michael was able to create a colorful range of zombies for every enthusiast out there.

Coming in at under 15000 words, the story is a quick read. Don’t be disappointed if you want more, this is only the first installment.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: terra king on Oct. 06, 2011 : star star star star
This book is a fresh take on the zombie genre. It's scary, but not so gory that a younger audience couldn't read it and enjoy. Great book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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