Zombies! Episode 5: Sinners and Saints

Zombies! Episode 5: Sinners and Saints

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by Ivan Turner
     
 

In a church in Queens, a priest is protecting the souls of those people who have been infected by the zombie virus. In an abandoned construction yard in Brooklyn, zombies have inexplicably been congregating...

For the first time since accepting the role of Zombie Task Force Leader, Anthony Heron must deploy his men into a zombie war zone. When trapped in

Overview

In a church in Queens, a priest is protecting the souls of those people who have been infected by the zombie virus. In an abandoned construction yard in Brooklyn, zombies have inexplicably been congregating...

For the first time since accepting the role of Zombie Task Force Leader, Anthony Heron must deploy his men into a zombie war zone. When trapped in close quarters with dozens of the undead struggling for your flesh, how much good is a gun and some body armor?

Shawn Rudd, trying in vain to reconcile his role in the unfolding zombie saga, joins his peers on a ghoulish hunt. Three hundred dollars a capture is good money, but can facing his fears save his soul?

Marcus' plans are beginning to come to fruition. Completed weeks ago, his business is starting to thrive and the money is rolling in. But, as always, with success comes consequences. His involvement with the undead will affect his relationship with Shawn in ways he could not have expected.

Zombies! is currently under development as a television series. Find us on facebook for the latest updates on this exciting development!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011182396
Publisher:
Ivan Turner
Publication date:
01/31/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
396,850
File size:
130 KB

Meet the Author

A child of the movies, I was always consumed by fantastic stories told by others and translated into adventures to be retold by me through the action figure medium. As I grew older, I put the action figures away and moved into the realm of role playing. Though I never outgrew role playing, I certainly don't have the time for it anymore. Since I was eleven years old, I've been pouring almost every ounce of creative energy I have into writing.

I graduated college in 1993 with a degree in computer science. I tried my hand at programming for a couple of years and found it pretty unsatisfying. I later became a partner at a comic book store, where I spent several years. Though it wasn't a financial success, the experience I gained from running the store and the people that I met (many of whom I'm still in touch with today) was priceless. After leaving the store, I settled into a career of teaching. I still teach at a public high school in New York. Ironically, I've picked up computer programming again, which is what I mostly teach.

I've been writing the whole time.

I released my first book electronically in 2010. Forty Leap was a turning point for me in both style and story building. The Book of Revelations, which was written earlier but released later, was sort of a midway point between the writer I was and the writer I've become. I experimented with a very odd style and a story that employed diverse characters and controversial situations.

In September 2010, I released the first installment of Zombies! Zombies! has been a tremendous success for me that came very close to being made into a television series. Since Zombies!, I have written a five part miniseries called Castes and have been working on developing tabletops games, the first of which, ApocalypZe, was published in early 2014. A couple of free stories about some of the characters in ApocalypZe have been released. I have written others and am working on putting them together into a novel.

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Zombies! Episode 5 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read upto the 6th installment and will continue for the whole series. Broad character base blends nicely into the overall story line. Well worth the nominzl cost.
vg0 More than 1 year ago
Just completed Zombies by Ivan Turner books 1 – 10. This was a very good story, stretched out over 10 books, I guess it was originally published in monthly episodes but I was lucky enough to get all 10 at B & N so I could read them back to back. I hate having to wait months or longer for the next in a series. Anyway, each episode is 200-300 pages long. The series is a good story with good character development and how the characters reacted and lived through a zombie apocalypse in New York City. There is some blood and guts, but the stories don’t dwell on it. Lots of human interaction with the zombies. On to the next set which I hope has already been completed and I can read as I did this set. Thank you Ivan Turner for a really good story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Still going strong. On to the next issue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite so far! Super intense, thrilling, emotonally grabbing and gore is definiteky increasing. Just started episode 6 and I am beyond excited. I can't stop talking about these stories!!! I am soooo hooked!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Title says all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
>>I really enjoyed this whole series- start with book one and you will be hooked. Great action, storyline, richly develiped characters, and some humor thrown in occaisionally. Don't mind the spelling/punctuation errors; it is not too bad- but they are in every book...and the only reason I rate four stars instead of five!
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Hooked great story
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Dinodavid More than 1 year ago
These series of stories are super awesome. I'm glad the page count stepped up. Mr. Turner is right up there with Bonnie Dee, Joe Wellington, David Moody, Mark and Mike....LOL...Thank you Sir for tons of wonderful stories.
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MichaelRobbins More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this! I also enjoyed his full length book Forty Leap. Check it out!
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