“The Good, The Bad, and The Dead” by Neil Michael Burke – a Quick Review

Not necessarily a Steampunk story, but fun nonetheless.  I am pleased to have made the acquaintance of this author and enjoyed his first work.  Here is the short review I posted on Amazon UK:

The key element to any zombie literature is the question that must be posed by the author: “Of whom should you be the most afraid – the unthinking, predictable zombies or the desperate living struggling to survive by their wits.”  Neil takes this question and drops it into the most controversial conflict in the history of the United States: the Civil War. North versus South, Brother versus Brother, and now… Living versus Undead. The characters are interesting and the opportunities for conflict and strained cooperation are limitless.  I am looking forward to the next installment.

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One comment on ““The Good, The Bad, and The Dead” by Neil Michael Burke – a Quick Review

  1. Mike Nichoff says:

    That sounds like a great book! I’ll have to keep my eyes open for it!

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