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Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Great Undead War: Book II by Joseph Nassise


This book is set in a World War I environment.   The forces of Germany have been multiplied by the addition of the undead.   The main protagonist is Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron who is a special breed of undead.   Facing off the Red Baron are "Madman" Burke and the American Ace, Major Jack Freeman.   This is the second book in the series.   This book involves Madman and Major Jack in a mission to London.

The characters are memorable in Nassie books.   He does a nice job with his action and his character development.    His explanations for the undead are "reasonable" or at least as reasonable as most of the explanations in the Zombie books seem to be.  

There is plenty of action and heroics.   
The book is part one of a series and I intend to read them all.

I recommend the book.

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