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The Undying Love by [McCabe, Greg]
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For Diane and Jackson, life is just about perfect. They’re healthy, happy, and madly in love with one another. Unknown to them, a virus is sweeping across the globe that instantly kills the infected and turns their corpses into mindless, murdering cannibals. In short: zombies have taken over the planet.

Diane and Jackson find out about the epidemic the hard way when their wedding is crashed by friends and family who have succumbed to the virus. Now, fighting for survival, they're faced with unthinkable decisions.

Follow their story across Southeast Texas as they meet unforgettable characters and face challenges that will put their love, and lives to the ultimate test.

About the Author

Greg McCabe is a proud Texan. He was born and raised in Midland, Texas, received a degree in Speech Communication from Texas A&M University, and currently resides in the Lone Star State. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Mandy, his daughter, Annabelle, and his dog, Walter, as well as traveling, sports, movies, reading, and writing. He enjoys all genres of fiction, but seems to gravitate towards horror and science fiction. The Undying Love is Greg’s first book.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2823 KB
  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615873065
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  • Publisher: Sirens Call Publications; First edition (Sept. 6 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F1H24S8
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x97636c6c) out of 5 stars 18 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9722b03c) out of 5 stars ~~Hysteria at the Wedding/Homebase and Beyond~~ March 21 2015
By USN Chief, Ret..VT Town - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Diane and Jackson are getting married in Houston, Texas, and what a wedding it turns into for them! The ceremony ends in a rush when 'crazed' individuals take over the ceremony and start the feast ahead of time. Hysteria flows at the wedding instead of champagne, for sure. How in the world does one escape from the outside horrors? Thankfully, Diane's building of employment lends itself to a sort of safe haven for them. Their stay there is definitely a honeymoon horror. The reader gets to know both of them well and experience their excellent character development during their time in the hotel.. They do not have an unlimited supply of food or water. So, time to resupply for them which turns out differently than they expected. Eventually, they make it to a Homebase where another interesting mix of characters is explored. Some good, some bad and some really ugly.

This is a most captivating and exciting read. The Zombies are everywhere and lots of scenes will hold your rapt attention. I liked the mix of characters and their trials and tribulations. The character development is outstanding and the plot is well defined. In addition, the ending is such a surprise and one the reader will never (and I do mean never) see coming. I like the fact that the author takes this story years into this pandemic and at the conclusion there are no loose ends to be tied up.

This is an excellent debut novel by Mr. McCabe and hopefully this will not be his last.

Most highly recommended.

Please note that I received an e copy of this book in exchange for a candid and honest review.

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x974e0078) out of 5 stars Zombie Wedding Crashers! Oct. 12 2013
By L. Jenkins - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Nothing like having your wedding day coincide with the Zombie Apocalypse! For Diane and Jackson what should have been the happiness day of their lives instead became a desperate struggle to survive. At first the pair remains hidden, and then later they opt to travel across country picking up a few more survivors while evading Zombie swarms, searching for a place to hunker down

This book starts off quickly and kept me engrossed all the way through it. It is similar in some ways to most other Zombie books I've read, but I really got interested in the characters; their thoughts, motives, and interactions. I became invested in their travails and tribulations. I loved that Diane and Jackson supported each other and worked together. They experienced good times and difficult days - days when boredom, depression or grouchiness were inescapable companions, yet managed to hold onto that which was most dear. Against overwhelming odds, Jackson tirelessly protects his wife. It is a testament to their deep connection and commitment that even during the bleakest hour he risks everything for her. I am really looking forward to more apocalyptic adventures in the stories to come.

This book was given to me by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

Reviewed by Laurie-J
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x974bbb88) out of 5 stars Good, enjoyable read with some slower spots- 3.5 stars March 28 2014
By Utterly Undead Reads (and sometimes more) - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

At first, it feels like a sort of cheesy romance novel, with all focus on the wedding as it unfolds. No one knows anything about the impending hell about to break loose. But it works, because when the outbreak is revealed, it hits and hits hard.

The scenes of carnage the main characters witness as they flee to find safety are very well done. The author's style puts you right in the middle of it, and the little snippets of tragedy are well-varied. There were enough, but they were so well done that I wish there had been more!

The other characters were varied and believable, and the author did a good job of mixing their in backstories to take us back to the chaos of the initial outbreak. This one doesn't have the obvious 'good guys' on one side of the fence, 'bad guys' on the other bit. It leads to a tough decision for the group at one point and shows what some are made of. This part of the plot was particularly well done and I never for a moment second-guessed how things unfolded or how the characters reacted to their challenge.

I found this book to be a bit unevenly paced. It's not that it's boring, I just found parts where I began to wonder when it moved on to the next set-up, the next event. For example, the main couple spend roughly ten or eleven days holed up somewhere, just them, and we're given an account of each and every day, from waking up to going to sleep, even if not much goes on. Later in the book, it feels like the survivors' time without any major issues from the zombies or the living goes on a bit too long. When things are happening, they're fantastic, but there are some pockets of long stretches that might have been better condensed to move the story along.

The main characters' pet names for each other became a bit much for me. Diane calls Jackson 'lover' over and over again, which wore on me. A very minor complaint, but it got so bad I could feel myself cringing each time it came up AGAIN.

All in all, a solid, enjoyable zombie read that won't disappoint. Despite the slower sections, it's worth the read for the 'good stuff' zombie readers enjoy. I recommend it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x971b6a20) out of 5 stars Pretty Good Debut Novel April 19 2015
By Ursula K. Raphael - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The Undying Love by Greg McCabe is a horror novel about newlyweds trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. In addition to the usual kinks in the first year of marriage, Diane and Jackson are trapped in an office building in downtown Houston, TX, surrounded by the undead. Their relationship is put to the ultimate test.

With the focus on the married couple, the zombies are mostly background...there are not many interactions between the survivors and the undead. However, the flight/fight scenarios are somewhat intense, particularly the initial hotel scenes.

Unfortunately, there are some slow spots where McCabe spends a lot of time describing the survivors' daily activities (which rarely amount to much more than food-related scenarios), as well as more inner thoughts than actual dialogue between characters.

The other thing that bothered me is the lack of drama. Everyone and everything is just too easy-going considering the circumstances. Zombiephiles may be disappointed with this rosy apocalypse. The ending was also too convenient for me.

McCabe is obviously a talented writer, and his debut is a pretty good read, but, in the future, I hope McCabe doesn't play it so safe in the zombie genre.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x97638990) out of 5 stars Very entertaining! July 17 2014
By Luvmeabook - Published on
Format: Paperback
I was gifted with “The Undying Love” for exchange of an honest review.

This book was very entertaining for me. It kept my interest, and it flowed nicely. I’m not sure if I would have enjoyed the book as much as I did if it wasn’t for how well the characters were written. Diane and Jackson are truly lovely, keeping you on your toes as you worry about their situation and wonder how they are going to get through everything that is thrown their way. I also loved the people they meet on their dark journey.

I had a hard time putting this book down and when I did all I could think about was zombies, and whether poor Diane and Jackson would ever get there Happy ever after. The poor couple didn’t even get to finish their wedding vows before their family started eating each other!

The Undying Love is a great story, and I recommend it to anyone who’s looking for a new twist on the zombie apocalypse culture.

Greg McCabe is an excellent writer, and I hope to see more from him in the future!