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THEY WON'T STAY DEAD.  

A band of road-weary survivors struggle to find refuge from the living dead. 

A family barricaded in their home hold fast as the living dead besiege their town.  

Scientists working under the thumb of the United States government sequestered away in the Mount Weather Special Facility are trying desperately to understand why the dead are returning to life, and they might have found out why…  

Stay Dead is a fast-paced journey through the ruined streets of a world gasping for one last breath.

©2011 Steve Wands (P)2018 Steve Wands

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This is one of those stories where you can quickly lose track of all the eooden characters, on the upside it's less upsetting when they get eaten.
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  • Wade
  • Modesto, CA
  • 07-07-18

Stereotypical Zombie Fare

Narration was good. Varied voices for different characters was good.

However, the story followed the usual path. One exception is their ability to communicate which opens up possibilities in future installments. My main problem with this book is that at least two plot lines seem identical to another book I’ve read with very minor differences. I’m not suggesting plagiarism occurred in this or the other book. It could be that the genre is really running out of steam. But, the similarities are very uncanny.