Dead Sea

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Dorchester Publishing Company, 2007 - Fiction - 337 pages
143 Reviews
As zombies, driven by the need to kill and feed off human flesh, terrorize the streets, a small group of survivors finds a safe haven in an old Coast Guard ship out at sea where their isolation soon becomes their downfall. Original.

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He keeps getting better at writing. - Goodreads
If you want a happy ending don't read this book. - Goodreads
I liked the pace which was go, go, go. - Goodreads
The plot is as simple as other zombie books are... - Goodreads
Other than that reference, I really enjoyed this... - Goodreads
Mr. Keene is a fine writer. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Virginia Hernandez - Goodreads

If you want a happy ending don't read this book. I like the ending, and the book went at a nice pace full of zombies. The Unlikely character makes it even better and believable. Read full review

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User Review  - Jonathan Reitan - Goodreads

No one writes a zombie novel like Brian Keene, but with Keene, it's never JUST a zombie novel. It's a novel of family, survival and evolution. DEAD SEA goes at you 100 mph from start to finish and ends like a punch to the gut. Read full review

About the author (2007)

BRIAN KEENE is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of "The Rising, Fear of Gravity," the forthcoming "City of the Dead," among other titles. He is also the fiction editor of and the popular "Best of Horrorfind" anthology series. Suspect was last spotted on the border of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and insanity. He has a criminal record but has never robbed a bank--that we know of. Suspect is considered armed and dangerous. Approach with caution. Report all sightings to

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