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Till Undeath Do Us Part

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Josh and Olly: students, rowers, lovers.
A research experiment that goes wrong.
The end, and the beginning.
Till undeath do us part.

Set in and around King’s College, Cambridge, this poignant and darkly comic story, a gothic horror for the modern age, follows undergraduate Olly Coll as he struggles to survive after his boyfriend, graduate student Josh Greenwood, inadvertently...more
Kindle Edition, 88 pages
Published February 16th 2012 by David A Smith
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Kyle West
***Note: I was provided a copy for review. That said, I VERY much enjoyed this zombie tale and heartily recommend it to anyone looking for a unique spin on the genre.***

TLDR version: A fast-paced, snappy, gripping zombie novella set in Cambridge, England, with a gay main character (though it can be enjoyed by any audience). It contains two story arcs, one focusing on escape, the other on love. The writing is engaging; Camber is talented.

My thoughts: In the zombie genre you get a lot of the same....more
Promoted by its own blurb as a darkly comic story it is no such a thing, at least it is not for me.

It is a classically constructed horror short-story instead, exploiting the currently fashionable zombie theme but choosing a young gay couple as leads.
The author creates and deftly mixes two timelines: the one set in the past, when Olly and Josh meet and explore their love for each other, and the one set in the present, full of undeath and gory horror.

Writing in undoubtedly good even if not always...more
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Anthony Camber is a freelance writer, editor and designer who specialises in irreverent, intelligent storytelling and can find the humour in the darkest situations. His stories feature strong gay characters and plots that appeal to both gay and straight audiences. He’s a keen supporter of gay rights and also enjoys photography, technology (computing, web design and development, technical writing)...more
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