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The Dead Tide - Episode Five

shane pope

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Shane Popes sex, drugs, and headshots, end of the world zombie series.This isnt for the kids.Get all six episodes in one volume for $2.99!! (The Dead Tide, B009T0NZVS)If you can handle somewhat graphic scenes of violence, sex, and love theMoreShane Popes sex, drugs, and headshots, end of the world zombie series.This isnt for the kids.Get all six episodes in one volume for $2.99!! (The Dead Tide, B009T0NZVS)If you can handle somewhat graphic scenes of violence, sex, and love the zombie genre, this book will be right up your alley.-Indie Book Blog Database hampton-networks.comWow is about all I can say to start off this review. This series of book was well written and very easy to follow, but boy is it a bit vulgar at times. The author tended to focus on the blood, sex, and violence aspect that sometimes goes along with these types of stories quite a bit more than what I was expecting. From what I can gather these stories were originally released one at a time, but have been collected for easier reading. Its a good thing too, because once you start reading youll find yourself wanting to see what new atrocities might be committed without having to search out the next installment.Our starring character is Omar. Not really a good for nothing type of guy, but not really one that is on the upswing of his life when the zombies come calling. The plague began overseas in the Europe area with the rest of the world watching through videos uploaded to the internet by soon to be victims. Omar was an avid follower of these videos until their end and has been mentally preparing himself for when its his turn.Flash forward a bit and now the dead have started coming back in the good old USA and after making a pivotal decision, Omar is off and running on his cross country massacre just ahead of the newly risen dead....Read the rest of the review at Indie Book Blog (by Hampton Networks) hampton-networks.com