He will find allies in the city’s last survivors, and a nemesis in a man who wants to harness the force driving the zombies-a man who seeks to build an empire of. A zombie series by author David Dunwoody. DD: Your novel MERCY was an incredibly emotional and visceral tale. What’s the backstory? TFD: I thank you for . EMPIRE: A ZOMBIE NOVEL. Written by David Dunwoody Published by Permuted Press Publication Date: Format: B&W – pages.

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Outside of the main plot, the story follows a few groups: It had some good premise but everting fails. Usually that means details in the stories get mixed up with each other. I d Something was a little off with this novel. David Dunwoody certainly aimed high with Empire, an ambitious debut novel of zombie survival.

The having to completely destroy them with fire is a different twist, but it worked with the source. I have read other reviews saying the author was in fact a short story writer before giving a shot at a novel.

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Empire David Dunwoody Limited preview – It just felt gratuitous and completely unnecessary. I will probably read the second book out of curiosity.

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Empire (Empire, book 1) by David Dunwoody

Scatoma Caserole rated it it was amazing Sep 26, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Why am I supposed to care who lives or dies if they’re all theoretically going to go for no good reason except to raise the body count?

And unfortunally again it’s the first of a series. I got annoyed half way through and gave up. When I read the blurb I thought “This is new and interesting. I’m sure you could guess how that UGH. We follow dozen of characters in fortish dvaid inbetween we have some entries in form of a journal and five chapters with a special force that really don’t do anything beside seing the apocalypse rider and sunwoody to find it and confirm his presence.



Rarely does it mean I We have characters that feel real and complicated–they understand what they face and that more than likely they won’t make it zombiie alive but they keep on fighting, clinging to every bit of living they have remaining in them while the world around them crumbles.

Preview — Empire’s End by David Dunwoody. Matthew Cely rated it liked it Dec 21, Oct 19, Julia rated dknwoody did not like it Shelves: Descending upon the ghost town of Jefferson Harbor, Louisiana, the Grim Reaper embarks on a bloody campaign to put down the legions that have defied his touch for so long. I don’t mind the majority of the characters, or even the fact that Death himself is riding around slicing up zombies with a special undead-killing scythe, but I really couldn’t stand Baron Tetch.

It is a book that will surprise you. The main antagonist is a young sorcerer living in a massive house built in the swamp by the name of Baron Tetch.

Empire: A Zombie Novel

I love that Death adopts a little girl, sort of. A second plot point that raises Empire yet another notch is Death. Lists with This Book.

The story is set in a city in Louisiana and features a variety of groups of people. Nothing like Death and Zombies in the same novel! I wonder how a lot attempt you put to create the sort of wonderful informative website. They spot Death killing a zombie, but don’t really do anything with that info. These zombies are tougher–some are faster, stronger, and continue to regain near living physical capabilities as they feed on the living.


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Thanks for the book David! And the best part, there is going to be an Empire 2, tentative release date! To ask other readers questions about Empireplease sign up.

Empire’s End

It gives an interesting twist on the zombie genre, with the darkness from the swamps and so forth. By trying for both plus throwing in everything but the proverbial kitchen sinkDunwoody made a mess of what could have been a great zombie tale.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Stay up the great paintings! Carlos Rubio rated it liked it Oct 08, Mar 30, Joe rated it did not like it. In the nation’s increasingly shrinking borders, a state of proverbial martial law exists, with power centralized in a permanent body of Senators who are basically implementing a retreat and fortify campaign against the undead. I love zombie fiction and speed read through several books in the genre back to back some years ago. That this story takes place over a century beyond the inception of the plague also provides us with a different viewpoint than the traditional outbreak tale, with the entire cast of characters having lived with the undead their entire lives–death is all around them, waiting for them everywhere they look.

The ideia behind Death investigating why the dead are not coming and about the life in a city that is being abanonded by the military.