Ed Undead:The Chronicles of a Teenage Zombie
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Ed Undead:The Chronicles of a Teenage Zombie

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I never believed that I would have to live through a zombie apocalypse. One day I was Ed Kirk, a normal sixteen-year-old boy with a loving family, a beautiful girlfriend, and a full life ahead of me. Now I'm on the run from zombies, being hunted by a dark force that threatens my very existence, all the while trying to escape this town and find help. Oh, yeah, one more thin...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published April 20th 2012 by Create Space
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I loved this book. Ed is a everyday guy who has hidden leadership abilities that are developing throughout the story. When placed into a bad situation with the zombies he still keeps it together because Ed is a hero. Lisa Jane is strong, smart and a very good second who can kick but all by herself. This book was a page turner because I couldn't wait to read what happened next and I cheered them on throughout the story. It is a book that anyone can read and I would read it again this time next ye...more
Tahlia Newland
As expected, zombies populate this book, complete with rotting flesh, sunken eyes and mindless shuffling gait. They’re not my favourite characters, but if you like zombies, you’ll like Ed Undead. It’s a strong story that never bores, and Ed, the 16 year old almost Zombie, shows us what true courage is.

The story is set in a post apocalyptic world, where a plague has turned most of the population into zombies whose only concern is finding some living flesh to tear into to satiate their hunger. Ed...more
Lasaki Redbird
Zombies, hmm, when I first started reading the book, I expected nothing else that chasing, some action, one person who is very powerful, just chasing, killings and blah-blah. I thought there was nothing else that can be done with the topic like zombies and vampires which either have 1 variety or is used it the same way over and over again, or the other. My mind and outlook was so narrow about this topic, may be because the recent movies with different names and almost same story made it that way...more

You wouldn't think that Zombies, dead people walking, would be so fascinating, but being it is. When the book ED UNDEAD became available by the author, Edward Kent, I jumped on the chance to read it. I was totally intrigued by the book and enjoyed it very much. Imagination will have to kick in but that shouldn't be a problem. Here's a 16 year old,, Zombie to be, being chased by other Zombies but not eaten. Why? Not known. His name is on a list of some sort. The author lets you watch the c...more
Emily (Heinlen) Davis
I just loved this book! It had great writing, compelling characters and story that catches your attention from the beginning and draws you in! I just couldn't put it down!
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