Undead & Buried (662) By David J. Rust and Voodoo (664) By Nigel D. Findley
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Undead & Buried (662) By David J. Rust and Voodoo (664) By Nigel D. Findley

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Published by Mayfair Games Inc. .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL8355769M
ISBN 100923763538
ISBN 109780923763534

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Unfed is just as funny and entertaining as book one and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The pace is quick and picks up throughout and kept me turning the pages. I was worried that Unfed might be too similar to book one, Undead, since this book once again sees Bobby running away from the zoms but Kirsty McKay managed to keep it fresh and different, there was a little more to what's going on in Unfed 4/5(). The Undead Day Two is the second novel in The Undead Series by R.R. Haywood. The story picks up where the first book ended. It is Saturday the second day of the apocalypse which tore apart both western and eastern Europe, and the result is a complete destruction of the modern life, civilization, and death in less than 24 hours. The undead are beings in mythology, legend, or fiction that are deceased but behave as if they were alive. A common example of an undead being is a corpse reanimated by supernatural forces, by the application of either the deceased's own life force or that of another being (such as a demon).. The undead may be incorporeal or corporeal (mummies, vampires and zombies). Undead and Buried. Disclaimer:I own nothing which means I'm naked and using someone else's computer. A/N: Just something that kinda came to me while trying to come up with something new. I do plan on continuing Unstoppable Stoppable, now that I am back and writing so be on the look out for that.