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Monday, October 6, 2014

Book Review of One Undead Step by Ian MeClellan

Many people know that the 1969 moon landing was faked, but are unaware of the actual circumstances. Find out how the U.S. faked the moon landing to avert the zombie apocalypse as the lives of a disgraced B-movie director, a bar owner, some drunks, an Army Ranger unit, a bunch of gangsters, an affluent but very dysfunctional family, and a few cops come together in One Undead Step. One year after Romero shocked the world with Night of the Living Dead, a small city is rocked by grisly killings, the gory details of which are only known through whispered rumors. The government presence that makes the populace all the more nervous is unable to contain the impending threat that grows out of control on a hot, humid night in Mid-July. As the city's residents fight for their lives, the Military rushes to make a film about two men landing a small spacecraft on the moon. Will their plan work? Find out as an evil man finds redemption, some soldiers choose between their mission and duty, a young couple finds forbidden love, an older couple reignites their passion, and a bartender gets stiffed for lots of drinks in One Undead Step.

*I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review*

This book was a fun read! Very well written and the story moves along nicely. The characters are well developed and plot is unique and a great new take on zombies. The thing that impressed me the most about this novel was the quality of the writing. This book is edited very well and that helps the reading process to go smoothly. 

The humor in this book is wonderful as well. This lighthearted take on zombies  helps make this read special. If you like to laugh and zombies-read this book. The character development in this book keeps the reader wanting more. You find yourself loving and hating the same people, eager to know what will happen to them. You really can't go wrong with this story! 

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