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Following a catastrophic chemical spill, the dead rises - they’re hungry and demand equal rights.

In this collection, readers get to experience both Citizen Dead (The Harvest #1) and Dead Anarchy (The Harvest #2)

In Citizen Dead, Twenty-two-year-old Roam Stephens and the prideful citizens of Moone Crest find themselves defending their small mountain town against a mob of t
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ebook, 53 pages
Published May 2014
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Amy
May 21, 2014 Amy rated it it was amazing
Boil water advisory is in effect…screw that, don’t drink the water its toxic and it’s causing the dead to rise again. They are back and they want to live just like we do. They didn’t ask to come back, it happened and now there are here accept it!!

Roam wakes up in the morgue, the last thing he remembers is drinking that toxic water. But what choice did he have? He was choking to death!! Roam does the next logical thing and gets the hell out of there. His friend Slade fills him in on all the thin
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Joannes Rhino
May 15, 2014 Joannes Rhino rated it really liked it
First of all, I’m gonna say that 80% of the content in this novel is dialogue, which I find it very interesting. Instead of reading paragraphs to paragraphs that sometimes can be so boring, the conversations that the author created in this novel are very refreshing.

This novel kept me turning the pages; the pacing is good and didn’t leave me feeling like I was slogging through any slow points. The conversations, the predicaments the main character gets into, the relationship tensions, all if it
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Kristin (Blood,Sweat and Books)
Considering the length of Citizen Dead this novella not only met my expectations but happily exceeded them as well. I love when an Author can make me care about the characters in such a short span of time and that's exactly what this Author did. I also loved the twist on the Zombies. Sure on first glance they were your typical undead but it didn't take long for me to realize these Zombies were anything but. Lastly, I loved the ending. Sure the story ends on a cliffhanger but I promise this is ...more
Lupe Dominguez
May 19, 2014 Lupe Dominguez rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: zombie afficionados
Recommended to Lupe by: Author
So...woah on the cliff hanger! Very Carrie-esque! I'm glad there might be a sequel because I want to know what happens!

The only real fault I can find would be the jumpiness of the plot. Or lack thereof. The plot only really comes to fruition once we find out what David discovers, but it happens really late in the book. Once I made it there, I was really interested in what was going on. Before that, though, I felt like I was reading "Story of My Life" by Roam. Which, even in a post-apocalyptic,
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Steven
Aug 06, 2016 Steven rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
If you’re looking for something serious, you might want to look elsewhere, but, if you’re looking to have some fun and a few chuckles, this might be just what you’re looking for.

When Roam drinks some water that’s filled with hazardous chemicals, he finds himself sort of, kind of dead, but this doesn’t prevent from getting his job back at Mal-Mart and going about his business. The other returned dead are not so nice and seem to like to eat people.

There are some great descriptions in this story an
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Lita Burke
Jun 11, 2014 Lita Burke rated it it was amazing
Citizen Dead (The Harvest #1) by Kevin Anthony is a zombie horror short story about Roam, a twenty-something man who becomes one of the living dead.

Roam chokes one morning on his breakfast. Desperate for air, he drinks contaminated tap water. The worldwide pollution raises the dead and makes them zombies. Roam does what any recently dead young man who wakes up in the morgue would do. Our hero calls his best friend Slade, and then goes to work in a department store.

Although never turning into a f
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Demelza Carlton
Sep 10, 2016 Demelza Carlton rated it really liked it
Shelves: action, apocalypse
Definitely don't drink the water...

This book started out a little like 28 Days Later, but Roam wakes up in the morgue, not a hospital. Slowly discovering that his surprise resurrection came with all his memories plus some interesting new abilities, there are plenty of less pleasant undead beings to fend off - including a squatter. Luckily, the neighbour he has a crush on has survived - as have her political aspirations.

A cool take on the zombie apocalypse, this looks like a really great start t
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Kevin Anthony has been writing since the age of eighteen. He's not shy about tackling different genres, but humor always manages to find its way into many of his stories. Kevin aims to highlight diversity when it comes to his cast of characters and isn't afraid to include content in his titles that'll leave readers questioning their sanity. At the age of eighteen, boredom with television inspired ...more
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