Death in a Northern Town

Death in a Northern Town Follow the zombie outbreak as it happens in the small Northern English town of Runcorn whilst journal entries of survivor John Diant bring you the apocalypse from his perspective detailing his strug

  • Title: Death in a Northern Town
  • Author: Peter Mckeirnon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Follow the zombie outbreak as it happens in the small Northern English town of Runcorn, whilst journal entries of survivor John Diant bring you the apocalypse from his perspective, detailing his struggles as he tries to protect his daughter from hordes of the undead Death In A Northern Town had absolutely everything for me , it made me laugh , it made me cringe, it madeFollow the zombie outbreak as it happens in the small Northern English town of Runcorn, whilst journal entries of survivor John Diant bring you the apocalypse from his perspective, detailing his struggles as he tries to protect his daughter from hordes of the undead Death In A Northern Town had absolutely everything for me , it made me laugh , it made me cringe, it made me wince in imagined pain and ultimately it just made me very very happy It is a modern zombie classic with real heart and I implore all lovers of horror fiction to pick up a copy of it NOW 10 10 UK Horror Scene A must buy A Dead Little Podcast

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    One Reply to “Death in a Northern Town”

    1. For any serious fan of the zombie-apocalypse genre this is simply awful!The reactions of the characters was just so absurd in the given situations that I just couldn't in all consciousness read it any longer! For example when your boss/manager is lying face down in a pool of vomit, possibly dead I don't care how much you hate them you would not stand around joking and laughing as the characters do! And there seems to be a lot of talk of vomit and poo in the start (what's that all about!?!)It als [...]

    2. This book was entertaining but had a fair few Spelling errors and went into too much detail regarding scouse slang and naming places such as "this pub, aigburth, Liverpool, Merseyside" With that solid, it was a entertaining read and I wouldn't mind reading the next book, depending on the price, as if I had actually paid for this book, or rather paid more than 77p I would have been a bit peed off.

    3. Beware of geese!A funny, gory look at one man's first day of the zombie Apocalypse. It's mental, but great, and being from the area I could really picture it well.

    4. This was terrible. Avoid at all costs. There are plenty of other better examples of the genre.I'll never get those couple of hours back.

    5. Brilliant, if you liked “Shaun of the dead” then this is for you, some fantastic characters and classic situations, ranging from the slightly weird to the obscure. The way the story bounces along, is akin to travelling along Route 66 in a London double decker bus, no chance of dozing off with this little gem. Oh by the way, it hasn’t made me want to visit Runcorn either

    6. Better than Expected As I began reading this I ,use admit I didn't expect much of it. Initially the characters, plot, and conversation all came across as quite flat. Thankfully the more I read the better it got. If that pattern of growth and improvement on the author's part continues then the other books in this series could turn out to be quite good!

    7. Terrible.Terrible plot, poor writing, poor character development, poor structure and no depth. Add to that excessive, extraneous information about specific people and places which detracts from the story.This author could be much better if he took the time to develop the story and characters and stopped focussing on trying to name people and local places.

    8. Im not going to tell you about the book the author does that for you. I am going to tell you what I thought of the book. It was an interesting read with a great story line. Sets you up for the next one in the series. Horror, comedy, life and death. A few typos but no big deal great read!

    9. Extremely funny zomcom romp through the northern town of Runcorn. The one liners fly thick and fast, 80s Dave, the Scouse sidekick to our hero John is particularly hilarious. Really enjoyed it, 4.5 stars.

    10. Good readHumor mixed with zombies. Score! Dave is a hoot with his deadpan 'end of the world, oh well' attitude. Definitely enjoyed reading this book. Great characters and story. Now, I'm off to get the second book!!

    11. This book was too funny! Every time I turned around, I was laughing at one of the descriptive scenes, or the insanely funny characters. I haven't read such an enjoyable book in a while. Fantastic read, I hope there is a sequel.

    12. GoodLoved it very gory. Lots of fun stuff as well. One of the better zombie apocalypse books I have read and I have read most of them

    13. Funny and bleak. A man just trying to get back to his teenage daughter with his work man 80's Dave who smokes like a chimney. What could go wrong?

    14. Greatreally great story. I loved it read it almost through. I will defiantly look this writer up to buy more of Their works.

    15. Great book, good to read a zombie novel set in the UK for a change.Set in Runcorn, it follows several characters trying to find each other and survive. 5/5 looking forward to no 2.

    16. I thought this book was awesome. If you like zombie novels, this is definitely a read. The humor made this book very unique compared to other zombie books. I plan on reading the second book.

    17. A good readI liked the fact there were multiple stories going on instead of just one perspective. Well written and definitely creative in the gore factor.

    18. Great, gory humour.I love zombie novels. I heard about this one through David Moody's blog. Glad I checked it out, very funny. Recommended end of days reading.

    19. I loved this book. Lots of Zombie books out there but I really enjoyed reading this one. Good humour too. Looking forward to the second part. 4*

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