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Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… One Beer at a Time

Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… One Beer at a Time

Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse... One Beer at a Time

Charlie Campbell was your average, balding, thirty-year-old alcoholic with a dead-end job and a penchant for shambling through life one mistake after another. However, none of that mattered following the sudden arrival of a mysterious sickness that brought with it infected mobs of zombie-like creatures thirsting for the flesh of the living.

Trapped in a Chicago apartment the morning after a raucous bachelor party, Charlie and his old fraternity buddies must battle for survival against

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  1. 19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t miss this one…., April 7, 2013
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    An exceptional writer, Richard Johnson leaves you “thirsting” for more. This zombie thriller offers a combination of laughter, grief, friendships, willpower, hope and fear. As you find yourself bonding with each character, some more likable than others, you become gripped with fear as the friends are forced to defend themselves from sure death. Survival becomes their primary objective against not only zombies but other adversaries and challenges. Allow for plenty of time to read this book because once you start reading, you won’t put it down until you’ve turned the last page. By far the best zombie book I have ever read. Hoping for a sequel….

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  2. 23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
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    Death Is Easy, Comedy Is Hard, May 22, 2013
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    This review is from: Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… One Beer at a Time (Kindle Edition)

    Half of the free sample was enough – I bought the book. It’s a helluva good zombie tale, but it also made me snort beer out of my nose a couple of times. I bought it last night and I’ve read it three times back-to-back.

    It does have some doo-doo kaka poo-poo frat boy humor, but it’s well executed doo-doo kaka poo-poo frat boy humor, and it’s appropriate to the scene – it’s not just slavishly stuck in for a cheap laugh. It also has subtleties and nuances that you might not expect based on the title.
    If you’re looking for Z-fiction that’s just a little bit different, try the free sample; you’ll buy the book.

    Here’s why:

    Mechanically, this book is extremely well written and well edited. Sentence structure and punctuation are dead-bang on, and I only caught two minor typos – ‘Clause’ instead of ‘Claus’ and ‘General’ instead of ‘Sergeant’. It’s a genuine pleasure to read such a well-crafted work.

    The main characters are well developed, and the minor characters have enough depth to make them believable – they’re not just some walk-on used as a plot device.
    The narrative and dialogue flow naturally and smoothly. The plot moves quickly and held my interest start-to-finish; it’s internally consistent and has no continuity, lack of technical research, or suspension of disbelief issues.

    The book is a stand-alone work, but the author does leave the way open for a sequel. I hope there is one – I’ll buy it.

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