by Erik Dean

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When vicious gang members try to murder David as he attempts to help another one of their victims, he barely survives their attack. Paramedics rushed him to the hospital where a brilliant doctor treats his head wound with a powerful new drug-healing his wounds and erasing his memory. The gang isn't willing to let David walk away, though, and make it their mission to kill him. Thankfully somebody else has made it his mission to keep David alive. When David encounters Garbageman in an alley for the first time, he thinks he's a homeless man covered in trash. But when this mysterious creature saves David from the men who want him dead, David realizes that Garbageman is something very special- he's just not sure who or what he is.

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BN ID: 2940163243846
Publisher: Erik Dean
Publication date: 05/30/2019
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 407,910
File size: 485 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Award-winning author Erik Dean works include Garbage Man, Cryptic, Cruel and Unusual, Crueler and More Unusual. The Arizona native is a radiology technologist, who has over 25 years of experience in radiology. At times, Erik uses his medical knowledge, when writing his novels. In his spare time, Erik enjoys reading horror and action-adventure novels. Additionally, he watches many different kinds of cinema, classics, horror, action adventure, and sci-fi. His favorite animal is a border collie. Erik strives to put into his novels, memorable characters and situations, that never have been done before. He wants to keep his readers guessing and not make his stories predictable. In 2017, his novel "Cryptic'' won first place "11th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards" and "The New Apple Awards" in the horror category. in 2018, his novel Garbageman won the finalist IAN award for action-adventure and Cryptic won the finalist IAN award for horror. Erik Dean is currently penning his 5th book (the third book in the Garbageman series) called "Wraith."

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Garbageman 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite Garbageman by Erik Dean is a horror story to beat all others. The night started out well; it should have ended as the best night of his life, but things go horribly wrong. David and his new fiancée June find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time – deepest, darkest gang territory. In trying to help a man who is dying, David puts himself in terrible danger, at the end of a gun. A shot to the head leaves him for dead, but someone calls emergency services, someone who witnessed it all. Paramedics get him to the hospital but fear that they are too late – no one could survive a shot like that. A new treatment is being developed and is ready for human testing – a treatment that could change the face of medical history. The neurologist who developed it tries it on David with tremendous results, or so they think. David may be healed but he has no memory. The gang has, though, and they are not about to let David live. In an escape attempt, David enters an alley and comes face to face with Garbageman, a strange creature who wants to help David. Who is he? Why does he want to help? And will life ever go back to normal for David? Garbageman by Erik Dean is a fantastic first novel, one that I could not put down. I like the horror genre but find that many of the books are all just variations on the same theme – this one was a unique story line, a very refreshing change. The plot is incredibly well thought out, very deep and very dark, and the characters were extremely well developed. They were written in a way that you could easily get to know them without any trouble. The story is steady, it runs a natural course with a few twists in it to keep things real, and there are none of those frustrating dead ends – every turn leads to somewhere new, somewhere that is relevant to the story. I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed this story from an author who shows real promise for the future.