When a fatal school bus kills everyone on board except for the school quarterback, Cole, he knows deep in his bones that it was no accident. His team, the Jackrabbit's were determined to beat the Elmwood Heights Badgers and win the district championship. Their dreams were cut short in this tragedy but Cole isn't ready to give up. With a little help thanks to black magic, Cole resurrects his teammates. This is where the story gets really interesting.
I read a bunch of rave reviews about this book and I have to say that I agree with every one of them. Zombie fans everywhere will enjoy this fresh look at the undead.
"Play Dead," by Ryan Brown is a story that's just plain fun. The author mentioned that he wanted to write a story about steroids in sports after seeing what has been going on in professional sports in recent times. He does a good job with this novel. Set in Texas, the story is also a satire about the fanatical following of high school football and the manner in which football can almost take over small town life. This seems particularly … more
I had this book on my shelf for about a week or two. I passed it on the way to the shower, I passed it in the middle of the night to soothe my son's scary dreams, and I passed it on the way to get clothes for work. And every time I passed it I swear I had to stop and look at the cover because it freaking creepy. Once I smartened up and stopped the stupid window shopping, I had a BLAST reading this book! Amongst the Texas football and the squishy gore was a humor that was as grotesque as it was funny. … more
I am married to a wonderful man who I love more than I ever thought possible. My favorite things in life are spending time with the hubby, my puppy, reading, watching movies or TV and laughing with my … more
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