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Dead Stay Dead

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
What do you get when you cross Buffy, the Vampire Slayer with equal parts Shaun of the Dead? Well, we're not sure, but Paul Jessup's Dead Stay Dead does an admirable job of trying!

Natasha is a ghost whisperer. Her roommate is a gypsy able to explode heads Scanners style with her mind. And campus has been overrun by zombies. What's a girl to do?

In Jessup's fast-paced, gore-
Nook, 82 pages
Published February 13th 2011 by The Zombie Feed Press
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Natasha sees dead people. She is a ghost whisperer, who helps restless spirits pass to the other side. Unfortunately, everyone else is now seeing dead people. Zombies have risen and they are hungry. With the help of her college roommate, who has a special talent of her own, and a friendly ghost, it's up to Natasha to save the world.

With Dead Stay Dead, Paul Jessup has written a fast and fun little zombie tale. 72 pages of horror and humor showcase Jessup's ability to mix gore with comedy. The ac
1.5 stars (less than "ok", but I didn't hate it)

Reading this novella is like coming into a movie at the half-way point. The reader is introduced to two college girls: one who is a ghost whisperer of sorts and another who has smoked enough weed that she is trying to make peoples heads explode by thinking. No background on either of these two, so we just have to go with it. Enter an army of the undead bent on making them their midnight snacks and we're off.

The writing and plotting is poor and the
May 29, 2013 Ryan rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: horror
A fun little story about a girl who can talk to ghosts, and her attempts to navigate a zombie apocalypse. Jessup's slightly surreal sense of humour helps to keep the story interesting and entertaining throughout.
90 minutes of my life I can't get back. Sorry I did not care for this at all
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