Deadland's Harvest

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The seven deadly sins with a shambling twist.

Thi critically acclaimed DEADLAND SAGA:
Book 1: 100 Days in Deadland
Book 2: Deadland ’ s Harvest
Book 3: Deadland Rising

It has been one hundred ays since the zombies claimed the world. Cash, along with forty-two survivors, have found safety in the secluded and well-guarded Fox National Park. The leaves are changing colors, a charmin, brutal reminder that winter is coming. As the survivors prepare for freezing months without electricity and not enough food, they learn of massive zombie herds several hundred miles north…and headed their way.

To ave the park, Cash must find th place for the survivors to hide from the migrating herds. If Cash and her small band of volunteers don ’ t succeed by winter, the Fox survivors just may become Deadland ’ s Harvest.


( Deadland ’ s Harvest is a journey through Dante Alighieri 's classic tale on the seven deadly sins… zombie apocalypse style!)
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450
Publication Date
Published April 28th 2014 by Surprisingly Adequate Publishing (first published April 27th 2014

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Finally have to joi he little boat they were staying in when they get attacked by bandits and end up killing their man in charge.

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-- -- I did n't quite connect with the supporting characters as much as I must have wanted, but I always wante more attached to them in his ook than I did the first.

-- -- -My only other ( minor) constructive criticism would be that there are few times where Cash 's thoughts/ feelings felt a bit simplistic.

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I kne he irst one, " 100 Days In Deadland " and I ha n't reall excited to start this one because of how the first ended, but from the very next paragraph, I was intrigued, intrigue, and excited!

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Mone is still the tough, Iowa girl, trying to help solve problems in a zombie apocalypse world.

I believ his frustration to get harder and contribute, but his broodiness was slap worthy.

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He shouldn ’ t ven be able to walk, and still, here he was, running around, killing zombies, tackling bandits, carrying heavy stuff.Why? Cause he ’ s damn perfect.He ’ s also always right.The story is ainly about how amazing he is.

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