Hollow Point

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Something horrible is happening in the small town of Cypress Pass.
The dead are walking.
Caught in the middle of the undead uprising is Sheriff John Boudreaux; a retired Army Ranger, who still struggles daily with the emotional and physical pain of his time in the Iraq war.
Now he finds himself fighting an enemy that cannot be stopped. An ...
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Overview

Something horrible is happening in the small town of Cypress Pass.
The dead are walking.
Caught in the middle of the undead uprising is Sheriff John Boudreaux; a retired Army Ranger, who still struggles daily with the emotional and physical pain of his time in the Iraq war.
Now he finds himself fighting an enemy that cannot be stopped. An enemy that shows no fear and wants nothing more than to eat his flesh.
He is tasked with a mission that will define his life. He must save his friends and fight off the living dead that are overrunning his town.
But how do you kill what is already dead?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611990270
  • Publisher: Living Dead Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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  • Posted September 5, 2011

    'Hollow Point' Hits the Target!

    For those who fear what the zombie apocalypse will entail, but are drawn by an irresistible urge to plunge yourself into the fray, you need look no further than the first epic novel by Mark Christopher for a satisfying undead read. `Hollow Point' is a thrill a minute race as Sheriff John Boudreaux leads a handful of survivors-some whom are the closest people to him in his life-away from a town of ravenous cadavers burning with a lust for the taste of human flesh.

    If evading a horde of hungry zombies isn't enough of a challenge, the terrain, and the hazards of backwoods Louisiana wildlife also stands in the way to sanctuary. And just when you think it's safe to rest and catch your breath, reality shifts for the survivors-what's left of them-for the shocking conclusion where the living become as much of a threat as the undead.

    I really enjoyed the pace of the story and enough time was allowed for gratifying character development. There is plenty of crunch and munch zombie action, but nothing that drags down the story with gratuitous detail.

    The cover is an original piece of artwork that I am particularly fond of, setting the mood for the story inside.


    Mark Christopher has made a name for himself writing short stores for various anthologies. This is his first novel, and from the impact it will have on the genre, it won't be his last. I'm looking forward towards his next effort.

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  • Posted September 4, 2011

    Absolutely Amazing!

    This book is a must- read!! I can't put it down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2011

    A Great Read!!! I couldn't put the book down!!!

    This new book by Mark Christopher was a fun trek through the dark swamps and bayous of Louisiana. Christopher does a great job of presenting the true conflict of Zombie literature: Can you seperate your feelings about the people you love from these creatures that are now trying to eat you? I've read some of Christopher's short stories and this is yet another fun title to read. This was definitely an enjoyable book that I just couldn't stop reading it. I loved it!!! I look forward to new literature from Mark Christopher!

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