Also by this author: Dead: Onset,
The world of the DEAD has come to your doorstep.
TW Brown's best-selling series is now unfolding around the world in cities and one-stoplight towns alike. The first stop is his very own Portland, Oregon.
Meet Ken Simpson, a retired police officer, Rose Tinnes, a newly divorced woman trying to get her life back in order, and Jason Edwards, a man recently paroled and looking forward to his freedom. These three people form the nucleus of an unlikely group who will struggle to survive as their city falls to the undead.
As the city of Portland, Oregon spirals into hellish chaos, it is not just the walking dead that prove to be a problem. In a world suddenly stripped of any order, it might be the living that pose the greatest threat.
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If you are looking for a great zombie apocalypse series, look no further. TW Brown’s Dead Series is truly amazing.
When I started reading Dead: Snapshot-Portland, Oregon, I was a little concerned that I would feel like I had missed something by not starting with the first book, Dead: The Ugly Beginning. At no point did I feel lost or like I needed to go read the other books in order to get what was going on in this book. I did however go back and read it after I finished Snapshot- Portland. Definitely worth reading also.
Brown creates a world where nightmares have come to life. Humans are put to the ultimate tests of survival. If they can get away from zombies, they still have other humans to deal with. The best and worst of mankind are shown and we are shown that not everything is black and white when it comes to survival.
I love this author’s writing style. He describes the world in such detail that I can see it without question. His characters have well developed personalities and even when it comes to the kids in Dead: Snapshot- Portland, Brown has a way of getting the point across without being too devastating. The characters deal with it and the reader is able to feel their pain vicariously. This author also has a great sense of humor, which shows in his writing. I love a good horror story with humor thrown in.
I recommend this series to anyone who enjoys zombie or apocalypse books. As with any book of this sort, there is fairly graphic violence, so be aware.
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