Tuesday, June 2, 2015



dust of the dead, by John Palisano, is firing on all cylinders and ready for your reading pleasure! I had the pleasure of meeting John at the World Horror Convention and Bram Stoker Awards last month. He is not only a great author, but he is a great guy to meet in person. Look below and see what the cool ladies and guys are saying about dust of the dead.

Blaze McRob

Book Description

June 2, 2015
Reboot the apocalypse!
For a while, it looked like the living had won. The war against the walking dead lasted almost a decade, but it’s mostly over. There are only a few straggling zombies left to take care of. Los Angeles has returned to its lattes and long commutes. It’s up to a small Reclamation Crew to clean up the Zoms left behind. But when the undead dry up, their skin turns to dust. Now the hot Santa Ana winds deliver a new threat…because the Zoms were only the beginning of something far worse.

5.0 out of 5 stars Cinematic!!!! June 2, 2015
Format:Kindle Edition
Think this is another "zombie" tale? Well it isn't. Far from it. This is one of those novels that a zombie fan and a non-zombie fan (horror fan) can enjoy. Usually, it's one or the other, but not with this one. I really enjoyed Dust of the Dead. It's FUN (which is important), a rollicking adventure, funny at times and down right action-packed. It starts off one way and grows into something more, something larger. A pseudo zombie, horror, action-movie with plot, and then a touch of superhero. If you're looking for an adventure type of book, survival type of book, but much more than a typical zombie book, then grab this one now. 
“John Palisano crashes the zombie apocalypse genre into dystopian fiction at high speeds. Clever, brutal and highly entertaining.”
—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Fall of Night
“Dust of the Dead is a pressure cooker of a thriller, a masterwork of world building, and a genuinely and refreshingly unique spin on the zombie genre, but above all, it is a beautiful dance on the line between life and death.”
—Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Dead City
“There’s never been a zombie book like Dust of the Dead. It’s horrifying, blackly funny, rich in pathos, and thoroughly original, and it’s also one of the best L.A.-based horror novels ever written.”
—Lisa Morton, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Zombie Apocalypse: Washington Deceased

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