Dead Sea (novel)
|Media type||Print (hardback & paperback)|
|Followed by||Tequila's Sunrise|
A review in Publishers Weekly states, "With another bleak vision of the zombie apocalypse, Keene makes a triumphant return to the still-thriving subgenre he helped revive with his 2004 debut The Rising ... Delivering enough shudders and gore to satisfy any fan of the genre, Keene proves he's still a lead player in the zombie horror cavalcade."
Dark Scribe Magazine's review of the book states, "Brian Keene consistently pumps out high-quality works of horror in both the small press and the mass market. While Dead Sea may not be as groundbreaking or as original as his previous works, it is still just as gripping and fast-paced a read as anything else he has written. If you’re a die-hard fan of zombies or just like your horror tales with lots of action, Keene has another treat in store for you."
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