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Life after the Dead by Ty Lowery

What will become of the world after the dead rise? 

He thought the bird flu and Ebola would be the end, but he knew his day would come one day. That day came in late July, 2020. Coming on a parcel ship from Japan, two infected workers quickly spark a worldwide pandemic, leaving the vast majority of the population either trapped behind endless walls of the undead, or worse, turned into one. Thanks to Jarrod’s quick response, he was able to escape to rural Pikeville, Tennessee with his girlfriend Tiffany. There he sets up a base camp with Tiffany’s parents John and Martha. After picking up a couple of survivors along the way, the small group now has to defend themselves against the end of the world as they know it, a zombie apocalypse.

Note: Life after the Dead contains pervasive graphic violence; also, some harsh language.

A serialized novel, updating weekly

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A dark, engaging apocalypse story

By RW Tucker, member

Feb 11, 2015: (Read through Ch 2.1) As someone that has been into Zombie fiction for years, I think Ty is doing a great job with this web series. The prelude is a lot of fun, think an episode of preppers gone wild, and the struggle of the protagonist feels real. I got a little turned around by the characters in the first chapter, mostly because the prose is dialogue-based and the characters aren’t described in great detail. That’s just a matter of style, though.

Even though it’s told from the first person, you’re just not sure about your narrator. I enjoyed that aspect.

The series is well edited, I only saw a single typo, which is admirable for free content!

Looking forward to more, and how Year 1, Year 2, et cetera passes.

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