Zombies in New York

Zombies in New York

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by Ted Stetson
     
 

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It was a crazy idea.
There was almost no chance it would work, but they were trapped.
The bridges were blocked with wrecked vehicles and zombies. The tunnels and subways were packed with zombies. The harbors were full of zombies. There was no other way out of the city. Zombies were everywhere and they were getting hungrier. It was the only thing they could do

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It was a crazy idea.
There was almost no chance it would work, but they were trapped.
The bridges were blocked with wrecked vehicles and zombies. The tunnels and subways were packed with zombies. The harbors were full of zombies. There was no other way out of the city. Zombies were everywhere and they were getting hungrier. It was the only thing they could do.
The military was coming with bombs and they had to warn them.
Then the nightmare became even worse.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011341038
Publisher:
Ted Stetson
Publication date:
05/24/2011
Series:
Horror
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
848,822
File size:
350 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Ted Stetson is a member of SFWA. He was born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island and went to Seton Hall and Hofstra. He graduated from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas. He was awarded First Place by the Florida Literary Arts Council and First Place in the Lucy B. McIntire contest of the Poetry Society of Georgia. His short fiction has appeared in Twisted Tongue, MysteryAuthors.com, Future Orbits, State Street Review, and the anthologies; One Evening a Year, Mota: Truth, Ruins Extraterrestrial Terra, Ruins Terra and Barren Worlds. His books include: Night Beasts, The Computer Song Book.

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Zombies in New York 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For a sample it is long to have 50 CHAPTERS
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I understand how excited you are to be an author and make money, but you need to have someone "proof" your work. If it can't be you, use a local english teacher. Also, be careful with your sub-characters. When too many characters are added in the beginning, readers are not sure who they should put their energy into remembering. It slows the enjoyment of the story.
SheWolfCat More than 1 year ago
Too many characters to keep track of as well. The Nook book is 797 pages & in just 200 pages I counted FORTY ONE uses of the color green (& in some pages that color was used over & over & OVER). Oh sure, there were some blacks, grays, blues & whites thrown in there, but 41 times for green? In a 1/4 of the novel? Come on on Ted! Try some pink, orange, yellow, burgundy or brown next time. All this being said, it was a good read for only $2.99 but I'm glad I didnt pay more.