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Monday, December 15, 2014


Dreams Of The Damned, by Lisa McCourt Hollar, is super horror. There is terror at every stop and turn, every page bringing something new to the table. And a bloody table it is. This is one of Lisa'a best works, and that's saying something because she writes some great, gritty tales of horror. This book is in both ebook and paper version, so it's perfect for Holiday giving.

I know you will love it!

Blaze McRob

Book Description

April 6, 2014
The undead cross paths with a psychopath. Dennis is haunted by his failings; his mother, father and wife were killed by the zombies that have infested the world and they blame him. Locked in the basement, his family haunts his dreams and even his waking hours.

Brought to you by the author of The Second Wave: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale, Dreams Of The Damned takes the reader deep into the apocalypse where all your worst nightmares will come true.

5.0 out of 5 stars A Must-Read For Zombiephiles! May 18, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
A few sidenotes first...I think this is the beginning of a new series - at least, I hope so because there are a lot of loose ends leading to even more questions. I also think the author should consider re-releasing this story as a full-length novel. There are a LOT of characters, action scenes and plot twists within these 44 pages. The author could simply flesh it out more (no pun intended) and easily fill another hundred pages just by extending the existing scenes.

As for the story, it is excellent. There is a great mix of characters. There are several elements of other genres woven into the horror of this apocalyptic struggle for survival...and BEST OF ALL, readers will be shocked by this new breed of zombie!

Definitely in the Top Ten Of Zombie Stories for 2014! 

5.0 out of 5 stars Very exciting May 17, 2014
By mr dead
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This one was a great tease for a reader as the story doesn't give up everything until near the end. stick with it as it hops around a bit. it will come together very nicely for you in the end and it is absolutely worth the read. I read this one all at once and sadly it ended all too soon but it was a great read.
you have multiple characters in this story and each has their own point of view. it is a little non linear which worked out very well in the story. the apocalypse is well under way and zombies roam the Earth eating people but the people are sometimes just as bad as the zombies, or possibly worse. each survivor has their own little story and backstory and those stories mingle and come together in a great way.
looking back on it, the one thing I think I was most impressed by is how the writers managed to put so much into such a brief space. very well done

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