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Undead Advantage, A Zombie Chronicles Novel [NOOK Book]

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Life had been hard for Hank, escaping his past he finally found a home in Denver. Things were looking up for him until the zombies came. Now he, and his best friend Juan, find themselves leading a rag tag group of survivors. Every way they turn there are more zombies, and they are not all mindless, shambling undead. This stand alone novel is set in the Zombie Chronicles Universe.
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Undead Advantage, A Zombie Chronicles Novel

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Overview

Life had been hard for Hank, escaping his past he finally found a home in Denver. Things were looking up for him until the zombies came. Now he, and his best friend Juan, find themselves leading a rag tag group of survivors. Every way they turn there are more zombies, and they are not all mindless, shambling undead. This stand alone novel is set in the Zombie Chronicles Universe.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011086205
  • Publisher: Mark Clodi
  • Publication date: 7/7/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 161,846
  • File size: 686 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Clodi (born March 30th, 1969) writes zombie and science fiction novels and short stories in his spare time. At an early age Mark was hooked on fantasy and the pulp fiction of the 'Golden Age of Science Fiction' and while moving around the country with his parents he continued to feed his frenzied reading by buying fiction at yard sales and utilizing the local libraries. The thought of actually becoming a writer struck him at an early age, but he never followed through on his dream until he was much older. One day while trading emails back and forth with the co-author of his first book, Mike Keleman, they started assigning chapter numbers to the emails; the rest, as they say, is history.


He lives in a small town in Iowa in the United States with his wife, two daughters, two dogs and two cats. On any given Saturday night, weather notwithstanding, you can find him on the rough 'man-deck' behind his house grilling ribs, reading and listening to the radio by the light of a kerosene lantern.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2014

    Good story,but...

    Good story. Very engaging story and non-stop action. But the spelling errors are terrible. Supposedly, or so the author says, the spelling errors in this book have been greatly reduced. I would hate to read the "bad" example that this book is being compared to. You can't "just" use spell check. Actually proof read it. All that being said however, this is still a good book and well worth the $2.99 cost. I will continue to purchase this authors work. Keep writing away.

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  • Posted March 23, 2011

    Characters you run into in Outbreak. Good story.

    Flesh eating zombies that get brighter and have memories of their breathing lives the more 'life energy' they consume from humans, topped with the ability control the zombies they create... makes for a good story that is fast paced and at times gory. Love it.

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