Twilight of the Dead

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Permuted Press, 2006 - Fiction - 268 pages
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Courtney Colvin was nearing the end of her teenage years when the undead apocalypse began. She survived, forsaking her youth and innocence, and five years later she continues to exist--albeit lonely--in the fortified town of Eastpointe. Nightmares and the unwelcome advances of Leon Wolfe are the worst things she's dealing with now in her otherwise mundane life. But when a newcomer arrives in town and claims to know the location of the antidote to the zombie plague, it sends Eastpointe into an uproar. To retrieve this cure, she and a group of other survivors must venture outside the relative safety of the compound's walls and into a world ruled and dominated by the flesh-eating undead. Twilight of the Dead puts a new spin on the zombie genre, yet remains true to the classic rules that have already been set forth. A sure-fire reading pleasure for anyone who loves character-driven horror. This Special Edition contains an Introduction by David Moody and three bonus short stories detailing important moments in the lives of other survivors.
 

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User Review  - LeleliaSky - LibraryThing

I was surprised at the shortness of the story. A fourth of the book (at the end) is short stories of before this book. Courtney is the main character and she is a brat. Even hearing her backstory, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - MJ_Crow - LibraryThing

Twilight of the Dead by Travis Adkins is a different and exciting take on the zombie genre. The story revolves around Courtney Colvin, a sassy young woman and a lethal "Black Beret": a zombie killer ... Read full review

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David Moody is a UK-based author of science-fiction and horror novels. Born in Birmingham in 1970, he presently lives just outside the city with his family. Having recently left his job as a manager with a high street bank, he now writes full time. The ultimate control-freak, Moody is responsible for every aspect of his books - from writing and editing through to design and promotion.

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