After Twilight: Walking with the Dead

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At the start of the apocalypse, a small resort town on the coast of Rhode Island fortified itself to withstand the millions of flesh-eating zombies conquering the world. With its high walls and self-contained power plant, Eastpointe was a safe haven for the lucky few who managed to arrive.

Trained specifically to outmaneuver the undead, Black Berets performed scavenging missions in outlying towns in order to stock Eastpointe with materials vital for long-term survival. But the ...

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Overview

At the start of the apocalypse, a small resort town on the coast of Rhode Island fortified itself to withstand the millions of flesh-eating zombies conquering the world. With its high walls and self-contained power plant, Eastpointe was a safe haven for the lucky few who managed to arrive.

Trained specifically to outmaneuver the undead, Black Berets performed scavenging missions in outlying towns in order to stock Eastpointe with materials vital for long-term survival. But the town leaders took the Black Berets for granted, on a whim sending them out into the cannibalistic wilderness. Most did not survive.

Now the most cunning, most brutal, most efficient Black Beret will return to Eastpointe after narrowly surviving the doomed mission and unleash his anger upon the town in one bloody night of retribution.

After twilight, when the morning comes and the sun rises, will anyone be left alive?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934861035
  • Publisher: Permuted Press
  • Publication date: 12/1/2008
  • Pages: 284
  • Sales rank: 1,474,262
  • Product dimensions: 0.64 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Posted December 28, 2012

    If you enjoyed Philip Nutman's Wet Work, or David Wellington's M

    If you enjoyed Philip Nutman's Wet Work, or David Wellington's Monster Trilogy, or Brian Keene's The Rising, then you will enjoy this book as well!

    Adkins' writing never slacks, and he keeps up a steady pace, which makes for a fast read.
    He devotes entire portions of the book on each of the main characters and their backgrounds, giving them just enough depth where you will actually care about what happens to them.
    Adkins' also includes maps, newspaper articles, military documents, files, diaries, etc, which really helps focus on the "reality" of the story.
    He also brings to vivid life the undead - or "skin-eaters" as they are called in the book.

    Adkins has great character development skills (both past & present) and he is very descriptive in his writing. He is one of those writers where you feel as if you are really there, in the story.
    He is also great with the emotions, relationships, and struggles of the characters that he has created.

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