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Book Title: Mort: Deluxe Illustrated Edition|
The author of the book: Joseph Duncan
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 16.37 MB
Edition: Cobra E-books
Date of issue: December 22nd 2012
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Read full description of the books Mort: Deluxe Illustrated Edition:They called it Apocalypse Z, the Phage, the Armageddon Virus...
When a genetically modified bacteriophage mutates into a world-wide zombie plague, infecting humankind by the billions, comic shop owner Mort Lesser must find the courage to survive in a world overrun by the hungry dead. It's no fun being a fat guy when hordes of flesh-eating zombies are wandering the streets, but with the help of some new friends-- underwear model Peter Bolin and sexy stunt car driver Zhao Dao-ming-- Mort just might make it out of the city in one piece.
But first he will have to get past about a million hungry deadheads... and some very demented fellow survivors.
With 99% of the population turned into brain-eating zombies, the last warm-blooded human beings have suddenly become the most valuable food commodity on the planet.
Revised and expanded, fan favorite indie horror novel Mort returns with all new material and over two dozen illustrations by the author and award-winning artist Mike Dubisch.
Praise For The Fiction of Author Rod Redux
“’TIL DEATH is one hell of a cool zombie story that delivers the gruesome goods, but it rises above mere splatter to break our hearts as well.”-- Jeff Strand, author of DWELLER
"Every once in a while, a book or film comes along that changes your mindset about a genre in such a way that it can never be switched back to its original setting. This is what happened to me with Mort. With Mort, Mr. Redux takes a done-to-death (ha ha) sub-genre (zombies) and instead of cheapening or exploiting it, actually manages to enhance it. It’s not just that he added some twists to the mix (he did), but he was able to combine those twists with characters and a plot that were deep enough to not only keep you interested, but to make you feel involved. I’m not saying that Mort is Shakespeare or that it’s going to change the world but that doesn’t mean it’s not still one heck of a great zombie book."-- UWanted2C
"House of Dead Trees is a dark and violent book but never to the point of gratuitous violence for the sake of another splatter. It is a far too clever a tale for such a cheap trick."-- Bricks of the Dead
Read information about the authorBorn in Southern Illinois, Joseph was raised in a very liberal home environment and was exposed at an early age to the classic underground comic book scene of the sixties and seventies, as well as European graphic novels by artists like Moebius, Enki Bilal and Milo Manara. At age 9, he was reading Tolkien and Stephen King. He wrote his first novella at age 10. If you want to read the same old formulaic pop lit, don't bother with Joseph's fiction. The novels of Joseph Duncan are challenging, subversive and fantastical, merging genres and pushing the boundaries of propriety and good taste. If you have an aversion to dark subject matter, gratuitous sex and extreme violence, stay far away from Joseph's books. Far. Far. Away!
If you'd like to contact Mr. Duncan, you may do so at firstname.lastname@example.org
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