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1800 England - Ed and Brock are grave robbers selling stolen body’s to pay for food. When a grave robbery goes wrong, Ed tracks Brock to an estate where a Lord has been infected by a virus that leaves him hungering for human flesh. To survive, Ed must outwit zombies, a race of primitive creatures, and human foe alike to escape a terror that has been waging underground for hundreds of years. More

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R.D. Teun reviewed on on Oct. 27, 2011

Okay so when I picked up this book I had my reservations... Often In my experience débuts make or break a career. I have read débuts
from other writers and put the book down within five pages...In this case we witness a début into greatness. Very few writer's have such talent as D.A. Chaney. The book itself is an intriguing read set in 18th century Somerset(England.) Considering the author has never left the U.S. she seems to have done her homework on the landscape she is writing about. Also the regional dialogue is very true to it's time, as are the people in inhabit this tale. Her prose is poetic, you can easily get lost within the book, her words are the glue which keeps you bound to the book till the very end. D.A. chaney has a knack of making you identify with each and every character, even when they are scoundrels! For the gore hounds amongst you, there is plenty (No pun intended) for you to get your teeth into. There are twists a plenty, so do not think for one second this is just a book filled with gore and blood. It reads as though written with a keen intellect. I would love to write more about the actual storyline itself, but I do not want to give anything away. It is a book best experiencing for yourself,it's a beautifully plotted novel with interesting and well drawn characters. I enjoyed the fact that for once in a horror novel that had strong women in it, and about time too! Gone are the days of the woman running through the woods and "tripping" over something. So please take D.A. Chaney's hand and be lead into the crypt...I dare you too...
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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