Book #2 of The Dead Series
Months after the dead rise up to challenge the living for control of the earth, Steve Wendell and the survivors who fled with him by sailboat from Clearwater, Florida find themselves becalmed in the Gulf of Mexico.
As their chances for survival dwindle, they come across a cruise ship drifting in the current. Seeing that the living dead only occupy parts of the ship, they decide to go aboard. Searching through an eerie, deserted opulence, they find a brother and sister in hiding.
But not just from the dead.
A religious charlatan has taken control of the ship and is promising his followers that the rapture is coming soon...If only they believe in him. He's using his faithful in a quest for power, but after Steve and his people arrive, he wants something else.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)|
About the Author
He loves to write and has traveled around the world so he uses a lot of his life's experience in the background of his books.
He served in the Marine Corps and, while he would never do it again in a million years, cherishes every minute and memory of that time.
His first book, Dead Air, is number one of a four book Zombie apocalypse series, with book two, Dead Calm, also on sale. Dead Weight, book three of The Dead Series, is in production and will be out soon. His other book, Immigrant Song, takes a hard look at illegal immigration but with a twist. All his books are Indie written, edited, promoted and produced so he takes full responsibility for all errors and updates them frequently.
He is a Master Diver and Dive Master through PADI, so to be near some of the best diving in the world he currently resides in St. Petersburg, Florida.
When you finish one of his books, please rate and review it. He relies on his readers to tell him how they liked his work and doesn't have family and friends flesh out his reviews.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was published last year (tis 6/8/14 @ 3:40 AM) - how can I be the only one with a review? Loved this trilogy; as stated on review for first book, it's the Walking Dead on steroids! Highly imaginative + heartbreaking - am waiting with proverbial baited breath for end of series, Dead Weight.
I found this book very hard to read. The story line was interesting but the way this author told the story was more akin to a police report. There was hardly any dialog between the characters, it was more a telling of events. I purchased all three of his books but I don't think I will be reading the next two.