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He will find allies in the city’s last survivors, and a nemesis in a man who wants to harness the force driving the zombies-a man who seeks to build an empire of. A zombie series by author David Dunwoody. DD: Your novel MERCY was an incredibly emotional and visceral tale. What’s the backstory? TFD: I thank you for . EMPIRE: A ZOMBIE NOVEL. Written by David Dunwoody Published by Permuted Press Publication Date: Format: B&W – pages.

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They were cannon fodder. Having finally gotten around to finishing this book, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it. Over all, I enjoyed the read and am looking forward to more full-length zombie goodness from this author. Apr dunsoody, Timothy Schneider rated it it was amazing. Account Options Sign in.

Just to see how the story turns out. Most zombie novels are over within a very zomie time frame after the outbreak o I’m not really sure what to make of this story. It isn’t just a zombie story. Paperbackpages.

That’s great, but some of these sub-plots are never really resolved in my opinion, and there are some very weird characters.

Empire’s End had so much potential, but like Empire Dunwoody just threw too many elements into the mix. The zombies in the other end are a little better. Extremely helpful info specially the closing part: Sep 26, Ghoul Von Horror rated it really liked it Shelves: Not relevant and added nothing to the story.

What could you recommend about your submit that you made some days ago? Empire, I would suggest, is an action horror with what I consider a novel aspect with the inclusion of davdi Grim Reaper despatching zombies. Selected pages Title Page.


EMPIRE – a zombie saga by David Dunwoody

Magnificent points altogether, you simply gained a logo new reader. I could understand the writer’s need empkre have the villain lean that dunwooody, but for the other character? I was looking for this particular information for a very long time. It’s quite a cliche. This supposedly takes place about years after the zombie apocalypse but it certainly doesn’t feel that way.

One paragraph would be about so-and-so, then it would suddenly change to what was happening with someone else not directly involved with the previous incident.

Since this is a trilogy, I’m going to pass on the last two.

Empire: A Zombie Novel by David Dunwoody

They spot Death killing a zombie, but don’t really do anything with that info. I zomvie why the author had so many characters view spoiler [ spoiler alert: The only thing in the novel that I felt was lacking probably because I have read Dunwoody’s most recent works that are rich with characterization was that most of the characters didn’t make a big impact on me.

With Tetch and the evil energy around him Mr. The Grim Reaper, Death, decides to take a stand against the undead, empkre and angered by their defiance to the natural order of things. There was too much skipping around and the characters didn’t really click for me.

A mad genius communing with old world powers that ooze out of the swamp close to where he lives, he cuts a disturbing figure of man who wishes to control the dead and create his own empire where he stands supreme above them. Those that choose to stay include a cop who wants to protect those who have decided to stay, a rock group that has traveled the country trying to offer a bit of a distraction from the plague novdl the troops and citizens who struggle onward, a man who believes he understands the true power behind the source and wants to tap into it for his own zombue purposes, and a dark visitor, the grim reaper, who wants to put a stop to zimbie undead who have defied his scythe for far too long.


Outside of the nove plot, the story follows a few groups: I found myself greedily reading through the chapters he appeared in and hoping he’d show up more.

The story takes place over fifty years after an outbreak of the living dead. Jason rated it liked it Jan 09, Thanks for the book David! The year is a nod to the classic Rush album perhaps? Chris Middendorf rated it liked it Nov 30, A few times I had them confused and some characters were no more than the sum of their name. Preview — Empire’s End by David Dunwoody. I got annoyed half way through and gave up.

Empire: A Zombie Novel

Which brings up my third complaint. Of course, some people refuse to leave or cannot leave for reasons beyond their control.

Permuted Press rated it it was amazing Sep 20, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. What more could you ask for? Mercedes rated it did not like it Oct zombei, Despite its potential, Empire is just too unfocused to really be an effective zombie novel. Carlos Rubio rated it liked it Oct 08, Richard rated it it was amazing Jan 17, This had so yb potential.

Teresa Crum rated it really liked it Jan 18,