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Arising Evil at the Balcony House

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by: jeff siegel
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: November 30, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 204
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620307892
$9.99

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Book Synopsis
The year is 2039. The USA has reorganized as the Federal States of America and is seeking to subdue the last holdouts against this change, the Texas Secessionists. An elusive source is simultaneously beginning to unleash an apocalyptic virus that spawns hostile zombies, which will quickly threaten world stability. At the onset of this virus, Orik, a twenty year old searching for freedom, love and faith,and his two lifelong friends, happen to be exploring Mesa Verde National Park. They find themselves, along with other groups of tourists, including some attractive young women, seeking refuge at the Balcony House cliff dwelling in the park. Will they survive the arising evil of the zombies clawing at their flesh and the new Federal Government vying for the unquestioning loyalty of their minds? Will Orik find what he seeks? Enter into this action packed adventure and share in the challenges, decisions and emotions that shape Orik's inner transformation.
Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: January 24, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
Why I like this book and why I believe it is not just another zombie story (The Hunger Games books; Warm Bodies etc).

The first few chapter introduces three of the main characters with just the right amount of humor and just enough insight into their personalities, that you become interested and care about them. Next, now that you know the characters it starts off with a bang or should I say a 'Growl'.

With evil zombies, there has got to be gore, but I enjoyed the way the author used humor to offset the gross factor you will understand when you read it.)

In this book, people of different ages, cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, etc. are thrown together while visiting the Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. They must survive the zombies and each other. Survival situations bring out the best and worst of the human character.

The reader is introduced to more characters who have different opinions on everything from government to science,ethics, religion and love. All of this brings a touch of reality to this this zombie story. It really is thought provoking.
I will say no more as not to give something away,
Great read!
Anonymous
Posted: January 26, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
I thoroughly enjoyed this story! Since I'm not a "zombie fan," I was a little hesitant to try it, but this story goes far beyond battles with zombies. There is a wide variety of characters that you get to know and care about; The author draws you into the story very quickly with a good dose of humor. After that, it is hard to put it down.. Topics such as government intrusion into our lives, coming of age, love and romance, action and adventure, morality and even theology are all interwoven into a fast paced story people of all ages can enjoy and identify with. It is a story of survival in Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado that seems so real that you might forget that zombies are fiction. I'm sure hoping that there will be a sequel!