Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Deathbringer by Bryan Smith
"Hannah Starke watched a fly make its slow way up the length of her slim, tanned leg."
"Hannah Starke was the first to die. And the first to come back. In the small town of Dandridge they all come back. The buried claw their way out of their graves. The recently killed get up and kill. As the dead attack the living, the number of the dead continues to grow. And the odds against the living get worse and worse.
In the middle of it all stands a dark, shadowy figure, a stranger in town with an unspeakable goal. If he is successful, death will rule Dandridge and the terror will continue to spread until all hope is lost. Who can defeat an army of the living dead? Who can stand face-to-face against the . . .DEATHBRINGER" -- from the back cover
I don't read much in the zombie genre so I wasn't sure if I would like this book, but I did. I think what made this book a little different was that the zombies retained some of their memories and were aware of what they had become.
Date read: 10/24/2016
Rating: 3*/5 = good
Publisher: Leisure Books
# of pages: 342
Binding: Mass Market Paperback