Dead South : The Zombie Apocalypse in London
Dead South Reviews: Gripping from start to finish - what a fantastic debut novel! At the start, Dead South's cool blend of humour and zombies bears more than a passing resemblance to Shaun of the Dead, but make no mistake - there are no Cornettos here. David Brinson uses a sense of humour, believable cast of heroes and misfits and fast-paced writing style to take you from jokes to jugulars in no time at all; this is a real 'just one more chapter' book. Dead South climaxes brilliantly, but all too soon. There's more here. There has to be. Amazon.co.uk Review January 2015 Having read a fair few zombie novels recently I'm glad to say this was a pleasant change you have the early stages of survival and you learn a enough about the characters without it being too deep ! Fair amount of action without going over the top, GET typing and here's to the next book !! Amazon.co.uk Review January 2015 "Good read and great characters. Keeps you on edge all the way through. I hope there is a follow up from this one." Amazon.co.uk Review January 2015 A good, gripping read. It's well paced, has a fine cast of characters and a great, tense plot and finale. Recommend to all zombie fiction lovers. Amazon.com Review December 2014Dead South Blurb: The United Kingdom is riveted by a cannibalistic killing spree that has taken place on the Kent coast. The graphic nature of the crime has sent shock waves throughout the country, gluing millions to the twenty-four hour rolling news coverage. Dean Baker, of Eltham in south London, is no different. Unbeknownst to him that evening spent in front of the telly with his wife and dog would be the last ordinary night of his life. Dean's world is turned upside down when he is attacked by his neighbour. Only then does he realise the true nature of what is happening to the world. Dead South is Dean's first person account of the life and death struggle he faces to protect his family from the zombies and the new world that they have brought with them.
- Paperback | 386 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 24.64mm | 498.95g
- 10 Apr 2015
- Createspace Independent Pub