The world of the DEAD has come to your doorstep.
TW Brown’s best-selling series is now unfolding around the world in cities and one-stoplight towns alike. The first stop is his very own Portland, Oregon.
Meet Ken Simpson, a retired police officer, Rose Tinnes, a newly divorced woman trying to get her life back in order, and Jason Edwards, a man recently paroled and looking forward to his freedom. These three people form the nucleus of an unlikely group who will struggle to survive as their city falls to the undead.
As the city of Portland, Oregon spirals into hellish chaos, it is not just the walking dead that prove to be a problem. In a world suddenly stripped of any order, it might be the living that pose the greatest threat.
DEAD: Snapshot—Portland, Oregon
I love the Dead series, but it is soon coming to an end with Book 12. The Snapshot stories are a great way for TW Brown to keep his fans happy. True to his style, no character is safe in Brown’s undead world. Both major and minor characters are equally fair game, so, if you’re the sensitive type, think twice before inviting Brown’s apocalyptic nightmare into your head.
The violence isn’t as brutal as some of his other novels, but there are still plenty of cringe-worthy moments. Yet again, people competing and/or killing for supplies are a bigger threat than the zombies. Limiting the setting to one area and one group allows readers to form an attachment to many of the characters.
Best of all, there are a few easter eggs for fans of the series. For example, one woman was “tight like a tigah” while everyone else panicked.
I can’t wait for the next Snapshot.