Dead Sea by Brian Keene book
  • It's also like the other Keene's book but this time, the zombies are slow and mindless but when they outnumber your group, then it's definitely not going to be easy to escape
  • I think the book is good but I think other Brian Keene's books is still better than this
  • Anyway, I still enjoyed reading this as before I read this, I was so hungry for zombie adventures
  • And then there are also boring parts, at the part when there's too much long dialogue

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      I discovered about this book because its author is Brian Keene and just recently, I became a big fan of him because of the other books he wrote that I really liked.

      Well, Dead Sea is about a world overran by zombies. It’s also like the other Keene’s book but this time, the zombies are slow and mindless but when they outnumber your group, then it’s definitely not going to be easy to escape. The book is narrated by the main character Lamar Reed, who is a black gay


      man who lives alone on his own, he doesn’t have a family so the escape from his house was easy. The book is about his adventure from Baltimore, his hometown until he reaches the port and boarded the Spratling, a museum ship that was used to escape from the city into the sea. Before he reached the Spratling, he met two children survivors, Malik and Tasha, and a gun enthusiast, Mitch. So they all boarded the Spratling with many other survivors. They sailed in the ship for many ...

      • days. But the adventure doesn’t stop there, because soon the ocean will be infected by the disease of the Hamelin’s Revenge.

        I think the book is good but I think other Brian Keene’s books is still better than this. Anyway, I still enjoyed reading this as before I read this, I was so hungry for zombie adventures. It is enjoyable to read. There were funny parts, there’s comedy. Then there’s action and suspense. There are also drama, like when a close friend survivor dies. And then there are also

        boring parts, at the part when there’s too much long dialogue. I skipped that part because it was so boring to me, like the part when Lamar was talking to the professor about mythology and stuff. It was a really long conversation. I just scanned that part and moved on to the next scenes. Like the other Keene books, this is also full of action, violence, gore, brutality, and the bad words which can be hilarious at times. All in all, this is a good book and very entertaining to read.

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