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Tell Me When I'm Dead: Book One of TELL ME WHEN I'M DEAD by [Ramirez, Steven]
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Length: 328 pages Word Wise: Enabled
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“A hard-hitting splattergore zombie thriller, told by the ultimate antihero.” —Travis Luedke, author of The Nightlife Series


Thanks to Holly, a beautiful, strong-willed woman, recovering alcoholic Dave Pulaski is getting his life back. Then, a plague decimates the town, turning its victims into shrieking flesh-eaters who hunt the living. Now Dave, Holly, and a band of soldiers must kill the living and the dead to survive. But Dave is this close to drinking again. A woman he cheated with—and no longer human—is after him. The hordes of undead are growing, and the beleaguered security forces are far outnumbered. Hell has arrived in Tres Marias.

Tell Me When I’m Dead (Book One of TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD) is the story of an antihero who must come to terms with all the mistakes of his life. Facing the most terrifying situation imaginable, Dave must decide whether to die drunk or stay alive and fight for those he cares about most. And strength alone won’t be enough—he’ll need faith.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3567 KB
  • Print Length: 328 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Glass Highway; 1 edition (Aug. 25 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ESNCNG4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #449 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Great book so sad that some characters died though, (the good ones) other than that I would purchase the second book
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I gave this book a rateing of 5 stars,because your writing skills hooked me from start to finish. I can't wait to read the next one
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Apparently, miracles do happen. Just when I felt I could state unequivocally how much I hate books or movies re zombies––I mean we’re talking running from the room in disgust whenever “The Walking Dead” was advertised on TV—I happened to ‘look inside’ Steven Ramirez’s TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD, Book 1 on Amazon and boy, I was hooked!

Filled with great phrases, insightful imagery, and poetic similes, I read it nonstop, astounded by my eagerness to see what would happen next, even as the descriptions of gore got gorier by the minute. And as for characters, I have always felt the sign of an excellent author is one who makes his/her protagonists appealing. Well, Ramirez does that in spades, showing us that love and protectiveness can make up for his leading man’s mistakes and flaws, and how faith and bravery can sometimes band together to fight a horrific world turned upside down and inside out.

So thank you, Steven Ramirez, for teaching me that whatever the genre, if the author is masterful, everything else will fall into place. Five stars, indeed!
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It has been months (sad and splatter-free months) since I've seen a new episode of The Walking Dead so I've been jonesing for my next quality hit of the undead for quite some time. When I saw on Goodreads that there was an author offering free copies of a "splattergore" zombie book called TELL ME WHEN I'M DEAD in return for an honest and unbiased review I jumped on that like it was a twitching pile of innards at a zombie buffet. Num num!

But then...have you ever heard the saying, "you can never have too much of a good thing?" Yeah...well, I beg to differ. You see, after I spent a couple of nights staying up too late in bed reading this book, I decided to watch World War Z (pronounced like the sentence rhymes: It's WWZed!) before going to sleep. Next thing I know, it's 3:30 AM and I'm tossing, turning, and freaking out at every little creak and scratch and hoot I hear. I live in a place I call Banjoville - a Vancouver burb on the side of a mountain - so there's a LOT of creaking, scratching and hooting going on out here even in the middle of the night. Gah!

Typically, I'm pretty picky about when I'll pull an all-nighter. I never do it on a work night and I certainly don't opt for one just so I can sit there to stare at my bedroom ceiling hoping the Zombipocalypse hasn't started. What a disaster it would have been if it had. I'm still stockpiling TP and KD and I don't have my katana and composite bow yet! Horrors.

The point is, I think I OD'ed on zombies and I've decided to hold Steven personally responsible because the movie World War Z (Zed!) wasn't scary enough on its own to do that to me.

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The main character, Dave Pulaski, lives in Whereverville, USA - no, not really.
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This is my first book by Mr. Ramirez and definitely won’t be my last. What a great read. No spoilers. The characters are well developed and engage the reader from the start of the story.

Nicely done Mr. Ramirez.
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