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The Long Walk / Paranoia: The Corrido of Andrea Quinta (Muertos in the Barrio #1)

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In the desert of Somerton Arizona, Ismael Contreras tries to adapt to a new culture and way of life. Then, the zombie outbreak occurs. Now, Ismael has to overcome a language barrier and undead attackers. Even in the post-zombie apocalypse, racism exists. Will he be able to survive, despite racist encounters? Will he find a home amongst stranger? In Yuma, AZ, Andrea Quinta ...more
Kindle Edition, 63 pages
Published June 15th 2018 by Amazon Digital Services
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David Bowmore
Aug 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Great take on the undead

This is a really interesting take on the undead genre. It feels real. I particularly liked the second half with secret agents hunting infected survivors.
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Maria Estrada
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MARIA J. ESTRADA is an English college professor of Composition, Literature, and her favorite, Creative Writing. She grew up in the desert outside of Yuma, Arizona in the real Barrio de Los Locos, a barrio comprised of new Mexican immigrants and first-generation Chicanos. Drawing from this setting and experiences, she writes like a loca every minute she can—all while magically balancing her work a ...more

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