M. D. (morgue of the Dead)

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Lulu Press, Incorporated, Feb 20, 2010 - 281 pages
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WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF THE TOWN YOU LIVED IN HAD BEEN INVADED BY FLESH-EATING ZOMBIES? WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF A LOVED ONE TURNED OUT TO BE ONE OF THEM? What started off as an experimental drug used to improve the food grown on a local farm, was now the reason behind why the dead were rising and feasting off the living. The small town of Clifton Falls had been caught up in a gruesome battle between good and evil, as the recently deceased stalked their prey. In the space of a few days, the local police force had to battle the strange beings in the hospital, the cemetery, the forest, and finally ending up at the Holiday Village. Before anyone could work out what was happening, humans were falling down and being devoured by the hungry, brain-eating creatures. Could the local Police Chief find a way of eliminating the un-dead before the virus spread into the CITY and BEYOND?

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“Clifton Falls” by Lee Taylor
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Lee Taylor created a horror story about zombies, with just the right amount of gore. Alongside the gore, there was some humor thrown in. I thought that the gore and humor created a good balance for this zombie tale.
I know there are many zombie books out lately, but when I read paranormal, I tend to read about vampires and werewolves so I enjoyed jumping into this zombie fiction. I liked Mr. Taylor’s reason for the dead rising to feed off the living – the fertilizer was a good twist. I also enjoyed how it seemed to have two stories told side by side until they met as one. The pace was set nicely which made it a good read. The action throughout “Clifton Falls” went well with the pace. I would rate Lee Taylor’s novel 3.5 STARS overall.
I thought that a few characters could have been left out of this story completely – or at least not focused on as much. However, that did not take away from me enjoying this tale. I just believe it would be better for the author to be less wordy in future works and to select what is important in the final edit.
As I said, I did enjoy “Clifton Falls” by Lee Taylor. I will be reading more of his books and adding any new ones to my TBR (To Be Read) list. If you are looking for an action filled, gory yet humorous zombie tale, then I suggest giving Lee Taylor’s “Clifton Falls” a try now!
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