Wetwork: The Definitive Edition

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The shocking novel that captured the attention and praise of today's most acclaimed storytellers returns in an author-approved definitive anniversary edition. Wet Work will show you the final days of humanity, the beginning of the end. Award nominated author Philip Nutman will make you believe the dead will rise up--and walk the earth.
The day the comet came, the whole world looked up to the skies. From that day on, there would be no rest, no ...
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Overview

The shocking novel that captured the attention and praise of today's most acclaimed storytellers returns in an author-approved definitive anniversary edition. Wet Work will show you the final days of humanity, the beginning of the end. Award nominated author Philip Nutman will make you believe the dead will rise up--and walk the earth.
The day the comet came, the whole world looked up to the skies. From that day on, there would be no rest, no peace. Especially for the dead.
They are everywhere. And as their troops increase in size--and appetite--a new order is slowly established from coast to coast.
A new order that leaves no room for the living.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892950673
  • Publisher: Overlook Connection Press, The
  • Publication date: 8/28/2005
  • Pages: 316
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.88 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2005

    Good Zombie reading

    Let me start by saying this book is a classic for any zombie fan, but I have always been a George Romero fan and these zombies were not what I expected. In this book there is different stages of dead if that makes sense. Some of the dead in this book can drive cars and function almost normally, but others are less intelligent and have hard times doing basic tasks. The whole scenario of a comet passing over and killing the immune system of the living and bringing the dead back to life was really cool but it wasn't totally original. Watch the movie NIGHT OF THE COMET and you will know what I am talking about. The book was a little short and very bleak at the end. It leaves no hope for humanities survival, but a great book all in all. I recommend this book highly but only 4 out of 5 to me.

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