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Play Dead

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2011

    Awsomely sick book twisted

    Its great for teens

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  • Posted July 14, 2011

    Excellent

    Not normally a fan of zombies, but this book drew me in. The book was like watching a movie, with a nice mix of humor and creepy and a villain you can't help but hate, and love to do so. Would definitely recommend it to others.

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

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    Bridget's Review

    When a fatal school bus kills everyone on board except for the school quarterback, Cole, he knows deep in his bones that it was no accident. His team, the Jackrabbit's were determined to beat the Elmwood Heights Badgers and win the district championship. Their dreams were cut short in this tragedy but Cole isn't ready to give up. With a little help thanks to black magic, Cole resurrects his teammates. This is where the story gets really interesting.

    I read a bunch of rave reviews about this book and I have to say that I agree with every one of them. Zombie fans everywhere will enjoy this fresh look at the undead.

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  • Posted May 14, 2010

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    What a great thrill ride!

    Two high school football teams are about to play for their local championship.But the working-class Killington Jackrabbits and spoiled
    'roid-boy punks Elmwood Badgers hate each other.The Badgers will do anything to win,even murder almost the entire Killington team by sending their bus off a bridge on its way to the game.They also savage attack
    star Jackrabbits quarterback Cole Logan on game day.Cole and head coach Jimmy Hickman are the only ones to survive.Cole seeks revenge for his teammates,and turns to witch/Jackrabbits fan Black Mona for help.But
    something goes horribly wrong.Now Cole and coach's daughter Savannah
    Hickman must save his friends and the town.Former actor Ryan Brown makes
    an excellent debut with a terrific and wildy entertaining thriller.
    He keeps the story moving swiftly and works up quite a head of suspense.
    He also creates solid,well-developed characters(Cole and Savaanah make a
    nicely rebellious hero/heroine)and features some deliciously gory humor.
    Guys and teens will love this.Great fun!

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    Posted July 11, 2011

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    Posted May 29, 2010

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