Dead Island

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Random House, Sep 8, 2011 - Fiction - 320 pages
13 Reviews

What will you do? How far will you go? What will you become?

Welcome to Banoi, a tropical island where you can leave the stresses of the world behind...

Welcome to the Royal Palms Resort - which offers its guests from around the world the ultimate in luxury and relaxation...

Welcome to the holiday paradise where your dreams should come true...but where a nightmare is about to begin....

Because a mysterious epidemic has suddenly, and without warning, broken out across the island. The local islanders, hotel guests and workers alike are struck down - only to rise again, craving the flesh and the blood of the still living. For four of the holidaymakers and a handful of others scattered around Banoi who are seemingly unaffected by the plague, they must face the awful, terrifying reality of a zombie apocalypse. Now there is only one thing left to do: survive.

Welcome to Dead Island... a paradise to die for.

 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
15
Section 3
27
Section 4
40
Section 5
53
Section 6
68
Section 7
89
Section 8
103
Section 13
198
Section 14
210
Section 15
224
Section 16
236
Section 17
248
Section 18
256
Section 19
279
Section 20
289

Section 9
127
Section 10
145
Section 11
173
Section 12
187
Section 21
298
Section 22
314
Section 23
324
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About the author (2011)

Mark Morris became a full-time writer in 1988 on the Enterprise Allowance Scheme. A year later his first novel, Toady, was published. He has since published a further sixteen novels, including Stitch, The Immaculate, The Secret of Anatomy, Fiddleback, The Deluge and four books in the Doctor Who series, including the bestselling Ghosts of India, and the Torchwood novel, Bay of the Dead.
His short stories, novellas, articles and reviews have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines, and he is editor of the acclaimed Cinema Macabre, a book of horror movie essays by genre luminaries, for which he won the 2007 British Fantasy Award. He lives in Tadcaster, N. Yorks.

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