Dead End

  • Title: Dead End
  • Author: Kady Monroe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dead End Jenny Duncan works the evening shift at the local shop in the town of Lillington in the Midlands UK On Guy Fawkes night during the bonfire celebrations a virus sweeps through the town Jenny finds
    Jenny Duncan works the evening shift at the local shop in the town of Lillington, in the Midlands, UK On Guy Fawkes night, during the bonfire celebrations, a virus sweeps through the town Jenny finds herself trapped with three customers as the infected attack anyone they can find outside Then the dead start to rise, the power and communications are cut off, and a fire bJenny Duncan works the evening shift at the local shop in the town of Lillington, in the Midlands, UK On Guy Fawkes night, during the bonfire celebrations, a virus sweeps through the town Jenny finds herself trapped with three customers as the infected attack anyone they can find outside Then the dead start to rise, the power and communications are cut off, and a fire breaks out in a building nearby The group of survivors must find a way out if they are to reach their families and safety It soon becomes apparent the virus has gone global, and safety is a difficult thing to find The group must work together if they are to survive Book 1 in the Dead End series Dead End is the story of ordinary people living in the UK, with no special skills, trying to survive a zombie apocalypse.

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      Published :2019-04-16T22:40:03+00:00

    About Kady Monroe


    1. Kady Monroe lives in Scotland where she was born and raised She is the author of the Dead End zombie novel series Book 3 in the series will be out in 2018 along with a Scottish based Horror Novel.


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    1. Review to follow

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    2. I enjoyed this nice quick debut novel by author Kady Monroe featuring convenience store clerk Jenny caught in the midst of a zombie attack. Set in England, Jenny and some of her customers are caught unaware when the living dead start attacking in the streets and are forced to band together, figure out what's going on, and adapt and survive.

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    3. I'm a bit mean giving this only 3 stars, it's worth 3.5 easily but I couldn't quite go to 4 because it's standard zombie fare and it does require a proof-read to sort out some of the grammar problems (specially with over-used commas and apostrophes).Good bits - it's refreshing that the characters actually call the antagonists 'zombies'; it's set in Britain (the Midlands) and there are no guns (although a shotgun is poked out of a door at one point it is not fired). The storyline is consistent an [...]

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    4. Since I'm listening to an audiobook, I'll start with a critique of the narration.Narration: Nym's voice is pleasant to listen to. She did a pretty good job, though I'm a bit surprised that a person with such a soft spoken voice was chosen for a zombie book. With that said I'd be happy to listen to other books read by her. The one thing regarding the performance that I would have liked that is no fault of Nym's is a reader with a British accent. I feel like hearing the characters speaking like pe [...]

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    5. Dead End is almost like a continuation of the Walking Dead series. A virulent illness is sweeping through Lillington, Jenny is horrified as the true repercussions of this catastrophe are revealed in graphic detail. Streets are littered with corpses and with zombies on the prowl. All semblance of normal life has evaporated, survival is the only thing that matters.The non-stop action keeps the reader on the edge of their seat as Jenny and a small group of unaffected strive desperately to locate fa [...]

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    6. As a massive fan of zombie novels, I try and read as many as I can. I like to read new authors as you never know when you're going to discover someone whose style you love. I read somewhere that Kady Monroe said that the idea was to write a zombie novel with ordinary people, who don't have any special skills or training. That's a great idea, one I love. After all, how many of us can relate to a Special Forces operative who has access to guns? It's the reason I get so frustrated with a lot of zom [...]

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    7. I love the Walking Dead and has been anxiously awaiting the next installment on Netflix to get my Zombie fix. I was so excited to find this book, and I have to say I wasn’t disappointed. I love the way the author brings the characters to life and the twists and turns of the plot. I’m so glad the next book is coming out in a few days. I don’t have to anxiously wait for it! A recommended read.

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    8. This review is for the audiobookOverall I enjoyed this 1st installment book in this series. It was a bit short, but it kept my interest and had good character development, suspense, and was well written and edited. Here is what I didn't like, the narrator seemed miscast to me. Frequently the tone of what she was reading was not what the character was feeling in the next sentence or two. For example, a sentence "there is no food" would be read as a question when the very next sentence would indic [...]

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    9. Full disclosure: I received this audio book in exchanged for an honest review)As some of you may have realised, I bloody (see what i did there?)love a good zombie story so when I spotted this one I jumped at the chance to review it. What we get is a solid action adventure in two parts with the first part being a chlostrophobic under siege story and the second half turns into a road trip where all hell breaks loose. The action wakes during the early stages of the uprising which means there's plen [...]

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    10. A shop assistant and her customers end up fighting for their lives when a mystery virus causes people to go "kill crazy".The pace and storyline were good, as were the characters, who were all ordinary people responding to an extraordinary situation. The descriptive sections of the book were clear, allowing a reasonable amount of tension to develop. The gore wasn’t excessive. The cliff hanger ending indicates this is likely to be the first of a series.My overall rating is 3.5 stars as some of t [...]

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    11. This is a very good first book in a series.A flu hits and zombies appear.Jacqueline Nym does a fine job narrating.I wonder though,this is obviously set in the UK,so why is the accent for everyone American?“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”

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    12. My husband’s favorite show is The Walking Dead, which I’ve never been able to get through more than one episode — because zombies are equal parts gross and petrifying. Thus, I was nervous when I picked up Dead End. Would I have to lock myself in a closet as I shook uncontrollably, my find filled with hordes of dripping, empty-eyed zombies lurching toward me?The answer is no. While zombies are still petrifying, they are less gross in prose form. This novel follows a group of individuals who [...]

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    13. This was such a great story! I seem to rarely come across zombie-related stories and after seeing the author about supplying a free copy for an honest review, I leapt for the chance to listen (audiobook). One area of audiobooks that I question, maybe it's more related to the person(s) who decide which narrator goes with which story is the fact that this story is based in England with English terms, yet the narrator did an American accent. Why? At least get a narrator that can do English accents. [...]

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    14. A Merry-Go-Round with the UndeadOne of the curious things about paranormal phenomena in prose form, particularly zombies, is that they offer such a thrill to readers that, unlike other genres, their plot is never flagged as implausible. It seems, in fact, that with zombies, one can easily ‘get away with anything’ just like with comedy. That, perhaps, is part of its appeal. And Dead End—a debut work featuring ordinary people trapped in a cul-de-sac of a city by zombie invasion—taps into t [...]

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