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It's a human eat human world out there. Can Adrienne protect herself and the young boy she befriends from both the dead and the living?

Awaking from an apparent fugue to find herself in a world populated by the undead, Adrienne quickly learns that, in order to survive, one must eat the dead -- before they eat you. Embarking on a hunt for survival and meaning, Adrienne stru
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Published March 18th 2012 by Rhapsody in Lime Publishing
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Kayla Eklund
Flesh Eaters was an interesting zombie novel. It was different than any other zombie novel I have read. If you are squeamish or don't like books about cannibalism, I don't recommend picking it up. However, for the hardcore zombie fan, I think this will be a great addition to your collection.

The plot of Flesh Eaters was wonderfully written. I ended up devouring the book in one sitting, which is easy to do because it's not very long. It's still unusual for something to hold my attention that long
Dale Pearl
Bizarre, disturbing, unique, grotesque, haunting all come to mind with this one. Not sure if I liked the story or not,however, it disturbed me enough to stay with me long after the reading part was done. That I believe is the greatest compliment that I can give to any writer.
The story breaks apart in places. for example, the immediacy to get to the point of eating zombie flesh when 1) a person has at least a couple of weeks of starvation in them before human flesh would be considered a sane opti
Definitely a dark and disturbing read, this story grabbed me and didn't let go until the very end. That bleak, hopeless feeling crept in and (I suspect) will remain with me for a while. I was intrigued by the main character, Adrienne, and really wish we would have known more about her past life and how she ended up in Britain.

Adrienne wakes up to a post-apocalyptic world full of zombies and the rare living person, also trying to survive at all costs.I could feel her anguish and conflicting feel

This was a good read, definately kept my attention. The message in the ending was very strong, Adrienne's words were very moving. It makes you see life and human beings in a very different light. Over-all seems like your typical zombie apocalypse story, but it was moving and brought out many emotions during the read.
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Alisha Adkins is a native of New Orleans and has also lived in Dallas, San Francisco, and Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. She holds a B.A. in history and a Masters in education from the University of New Orleans. After working as a high school English and history teacher for ten years, she eventually escaped, and now works as an educational consultant for a major publishing company.
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