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Human Waste

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  12 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Dan Pallister is a survivalist and prepper. Much to the annoyance of the people around him, he has been surviving and prepping since childhood. He just didn’t know what for. When he wakes up one morning to find the world overrun with bloodthirsty zombies it all becomes clear, and despite the fall of civilisation, he can’t wait to get started. He just needs to stock up on s ...more
Kindle Edition, 76 pages
Published October 5th 2017
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Oct 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
Dan Pallister woke up one morning to find the world had gone to hell over night. The zombie apocalypse has arrived without warning. He doesn't know what caused it, whether it's something in the air, something in the water, or even whether or not he is already infected. Dan knows one thing, survival. He's been preparing all his life for just such an occasion. Forgoing sports, friendships, childhood fun. He's always been preparing and he's ready for whatever happens. If only it hadn't happened rig ...more
P.J. Blakey-Novis
Mar 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A very entertaining short story, putting a different spin on the zombie apocalypse idea. Highly recommended.
R. Claire
Oct 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Human Waste begins from inside Dan Pallister’s council flat (a form of UK public housing). As he peers out his ninth-floor window, he sees that they are everywhere: “Fucking zombies…horrible, shambling, rotting husks of humanity shuffling around, looking for brains to eat.” He’s not sure what exactly has brought on “the end of days”, but the world has been going to hell for a long time now. Now at last it’s here in the form of a full-blown zombie apocalypse.

But fortunately for Dan, he’s been pre
Lily Vagabond
Nov 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Human Waste by C.M. Saunders, a London-based writer, is a short story that splashes into splatterpunk. The darkest humour and twisted fate.

Dan Pallister is nuts. Bonkers. Completely insane. A gun fanatic. An extreme survivalist And hilarious.

So here's Dan, looking out his window, and there appears to be a zombie apocalypse. Or there isn't. Dan knows his shit. Or he doesn't. He might be the most strong-willed unreliable narrator with a talent for sick nicknames, or he might be the one sane human
Paulette Waters
Mar 03, 2018 rated it really liked it

Thanks for the great read. I loved the stories in the book. Will read again and again. Will be reading more and more of your stories
Thank you again. Good work.

Dec 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Zombies, guns and Gore, oh my!

Dan Pallister seems to be the only one who realizes zombies are out there taking over the world... or are they?

A fast paced, disturbing read that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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