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Lissa's Review: Planet Dead: Bloodthirsty by Sylvester Barzey


KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Sylvester Barzey RELEASED: August 6, 2017 GENRE: POST-APOCALYPTIC, DYSTOPIAN LENGTH: 200 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK

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It's 2019 & Catherine Briggs is having a very messed up year. Her car got stolen, her family thinks she's dead, there's an unwelcome late night visitor at her door and oh yeah, the world's become infested with zombies!

Catherine is on a mission to find her family, no matter the cost, but fate seems to have other plans in store for her. Will she find her family before the rest of the world falls into this new era of hell or will Catherine Briggs became just another zombie in...

Planet Dead: Bloodthirsty!

Get Planet Dead: Bloodthirsty today, the first story from the world of Planet Dead. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS

“Welcome to the greatest show…” Catherine is on a mission, to find her husband and son. They were lost within the chaos that is the Zombie Apocalypse. While alone, most of the way she does meet up with another woman Sue. They quickly learn to rely on each other. Both of the women soon learn that Zombies aren’t the least of their worries. Especially, with some clowns who have decided to dive into cannibalism. So you can only guess how this is all gonna go down. Ewww. Sylvester has written a good post-apocalyptic zombie book. With characters that you could look up to, that you care about and hope they just don’t die. I loved Catherine, her determination and that will to live. Plus, she had this wittiness to her that I admired. If you’ve read my previous reviews, I usually don’t read books in the third person. I tend to not be able to connect with the characters on an emotional level. But this was so well written that I couldn’t help but thoroughly enjoy this. Overall, I give this Four Boundless Stars.


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