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Dead Meat: Day 3

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  15 ratings  ·  15 reviews
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Published December 8th 2019
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Pat Eroh
Dec 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
There I was, anxiously awaiting day 3 after reading day 2 and here it is. So here I am now, anxiously awaiting Day 4. This is a great story with lots of terror and action. I could not put it down and as I said, can hardly wait for the next book.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Erica Metcalf
Dead Meat: Day 3 by Nick Clausen is another addition to this awesome zombie series. This one was even more intense than the other two and much more gruesome!

I could not put this one down.

Full Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my rating in any way.

If you missed my reviews Day One and/or Day Two, or hadn’t read those two novellas yet, I’d recommend starting there before reading this quick review.

When the story begins, a young man named
Daniell Marsh
Dec 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Another great read by Nick Clausen. Like i said in previous reviews I don’t normally read books like these as they stick with me. You can read them by themselves but it builds so much more if you read them in order. I think it added that extra to the story. I like how each Day is another story but ties in some of the characters from the previous days that get woven in. You move forward but don’t leave the characters that you have grown to like and want to know how they are doing. I actually have ...more
Daisy Sauceda
Nov 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I never thought I would like to read about zombies and I have to say that I am so wrong. I love reading this series by NICK CLAUSEN. This series has a way to suck you in and feel like you are in the thick of it all. I love the characters and how everyone is someone tied to the other. For example in this book we meet William and Mille. They unknowingly know someone in the heart of the story. Don't forget Dan, he finally figures out what he was overlooking. Now everything is just crazy? I wonder ...more
Iseult Murphy
Nov 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
It’s day 3 of the end of the world, and the action is heating up. People are beginning to recognize the shambling dead for what they are - zombies. While Dan sleeps, he’s the character who connects the three books, the zombies grow and multiply. It’s a new world he wakes up to.
I love the new characters we are introduced to this time around. I’m glad people are naming the zombies for what they are. There are some nice set pieces and I like how the story developed. I’m very interested to see what
Dec 07, 2019 rated it liked it
The oncoming zombie apocalypse cannot be stopped... or can it? After reading the first two books, I had to see what would happen next, so I accepted the ARC for book 3 (in exchange for an honest review). I can honestly say that Dead Meat: Day 3 has done nothing to quell my anxiety from the first 2 books. It just keeps growing, like the zombie horde.
Clausen ends the third book on yet another cliffhanger and I’m super curious to find out how it’s all going to turn out. Guess I’ll just have to
Lixa Santiago
Dec 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This series has me completely hooked. I'm honestly enjoying it and I'm also in need of the next book. Almost everyone is dead now and becoming zombies. Only a few survive but for how long? Nick Clausen has done it again. In this book we pretty much fallow Dan, Millie and William around while they try to survive this crazy world as well as keeping them self out of harms way. I NEED MORE DAY MEAT BOOKS!
Natalie Alice
Dec 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I recieved a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

I am really loving this series! In the previous two books it was introducing all sorts of characters and their were only a couple of zombies but day 3 it starts picking up.

The world is finally realising what they are up against. Its fast-paced and gripping.

Cant wait for book 4.
Dec 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
It is the third day of the zombies and are now taking over. He is working in the hospital and all is good until he finds zombies locked up in the basement. Now trouble is just around the corner. What will happen next? Who will survive? See who will

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Dec 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Great read, as all his books are! I've enjoyed reading this series and look forward to more. Loved the Shaun of the Dead reference! Well written. Had me holding my breath in nervousness for the characters at times. A definite recommend!
Lucy Jade
Dec 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
I absolutely LOVE Nicks books. I didn’t think zombies were my thing but I am so invested in this I need day 4/5/6/7/8/9/10 please - it’s so realistic written despite being zombies and so believable. Honestly one of my new favourite authors ...more
Dec 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Dead Meat Day 3 describes the third day of the zombie apocalypse and its getting worse. The virus spreads like fire and infects people from all over the town. During this chaos more main characters get introduced and many connections get uncovered. Will Dan and newly introduced William and Mille be able to keep the apocalypse in town or will it spread further?

Book three in the awesome zombie series from Nick Clausen is even better than the books before! There's even more tension, zombies and
Nov 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The story picks up right after Day 2- A hospital worker hears a noise in the basement and discovers zombies. Quickly realizing what they are, he takes off. The lady who got scratched by the cat and the guy attack school bus, only two made it off and one girl survives. Dan took a well-deserved sleep but has a nagging feeling he forgot about something. Zombies are popping up left and right and there seems to be no hope left. The entire city is infected and the government doesn't seem to be doing ...more
Dec 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
After meeting all these characters, they finally come together again and the intensity ramps up. They are still trying so desperately to stop the zombie virus from spreading. In this one we find out if they were successful or not. It's a nail biting, edge of your seat read. Zombie are not my preferred monster but I've enjoyed this series quiet a bit.
Dead Meat: Day 3 is the third installment in Nick Clausen’s riveting zombie horror series/serial. The world is ending, and this series gives it to us in slow motion as each piece of destruction falls into place toward the end of the world.
Dead Meat: Day 3 picks up where Day 2 left off and introduces readers to a new cast of characters while bringing back a handful of familiar faces…though some may not be as welcome in their undesirable return. Dan thought that he could trust Selina to do the
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Born 1988 in North Jutland, where I still live with my wife, who also happened to be my earliest childhood girlfriend. From 2017 I have lived as a full-time writer. Up until then, I had different jobs beside the writing. I have been studying as a carpenter for three years, and have also read two years of psychology at Aalborg University. It turned out that the writing had a much more powerful pull ...more