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Restless In Peaceville

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  15 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Welcome to Peaceville, population 2067 and rising...from the grave...

Luke Chester has had enough. He’s the school geek, the girls laugh at him, he’s lost his dead-end job at the pizza place, and in the midst of the world’s messiest divorce his parents don’t even know he exists. An overdose of his mom’s tranquilizers and a stomach full of whiskey should solve all his proble
Kindle Edition, 2nd edition
Published May 16th 2015 by Pippa Jay (first published August 20th 2014)
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Feb 15, 2016 rated it liked it
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If you're looking for a zombie story that claws around in your mind and makes you think about the choices you make in your very alive state, look no further than this!

Restless In Peaceville is a novel that revolves around the undead life of Luke Chester. After he took his own life, which is made evident in the first chapter, he is denied into heaven. Instead, he has to choose which door to enter and see what his future holds. He picks the right door and comes back as a zombie. Luke wakes up next
Yvonne Davies
Nov 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Good storyline

Downloaded this book as thought the storyline looked good. It never disappointed me. Although less than 200 pages the book never felt like it. Will read more from this author
May 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I cannot tell you on how many levels I love this book. The title. The first-person self-deprecating quips. The attention to detail (which is anything but boring). Fabulous stuff. Here's a brief extract to illustrate my point:

"For now, I can probably pass for just being sick, if I can get my coordination together and get out of here.

With that objective in mind, I lurch to my feet and fall flat on my face, luckily with one arm preventing my nose from getting smashed. Not that it hurts, but I real
Kelly Smith Reviews
Zombies. Right after teen dystopian tales, I can't tell you how many zombie stories I've read, especially since The Walking Dead got popular. By rights, zombies are murderous undead who have no coherent thoughts except for "Brains...". Right? Wrong. Not in Restless In Peaceville.
You start the book in the afterlife itself, with Luke being told that, because he committed suicide, he couldn't go to Heaven or Hell. Very Catholic reasoning there. So he gets sent back to his dead body. He's coherent,
Ishabelle Torry
Sep 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
WOW! I was delightfully surprised by this not so average zombie tale! Pippa Jay takes what we know about zombies and flips it around! This intriguing tale is told from the perspective of, well...a zombie! It's a brilliant plot that allows the reader to engage in more than guts and brains, and endless violence. Luke is the main character, and the story is told from his POV. Annabelle, another zombie, is his sidekick, and she is adorable! Their inner turmoil of what they've become really moves the ...more
Laurel Richards
Apr 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Pros: This was a wonderful story, with a unique spin on zombies. I got engrossed in the characters and suspense and couldn't put it down.

Cons: I happen to love paranormal fiction, so I'm happy with supernatural characters of all kinds. If you're strictly into zombies, though, then you might not like the additional kinds of paranormal beings in this book.
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Oct 01, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
wonderful! left me wanting more
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Previously an Analytical Chemist & stay-at-home mum, Pippa Jay is now a Science Technician who writes scifi and supernatural stories to engage the emotions. Somewhere along the way a touch of romance crept into her work and refused to leave. In between torturing her plethora of characters, she spends the odd free moment looking after her chickens, creating cosplay for humans and dolls alike, and s ...more

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