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An enjoyable read with lots of zombies,
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This review is from: Aftereffects: Zombie Therapy (Kindle Edition)Coming up with a different take on the zombie genre is difficult, but in Aftereffects: Zombie therapy, Zane Bradey manages to come up with an unusual character in the shape of Dr Victor Frenzel, the man dubbed 'the zombie psychiatrist.'
Frenzel's patients are people who've been cured of the rage virus that caused 'cannibalistic behaviours.' Frenzel despises his clients because they represent the monsters who devoured his beloved wife Barbara like hyenas and he believes they could have resisted the pull of human flesh.
I won't give the plot away, but Aftereffects is a zombie book come crime thriller with a difference. It's well written, the action doesn't sag and it's an enjoyable read.
It's because of authors like Zane Bradey I'm glad that self-publishing exists.