Dying Days

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  • Title: Dying Days
  • Author: Armand Rosamilia
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sunny Florida, beautiful beaches, no traffic on A1A Zombies roaming the dunes in search of the living Darlene Bobich in a fight to survive, find food, safety and ammo for her Desert Eagle before its too late Dying Days are upon us The Undead Roam the Earth Searching for the Living To Eat To Feast To Rip Apart Extreme Violence Extreme Sexual SiSunny Florida, beautiful beaches, no traffic on A1A Zombies roaming the dunes in search of the living Darlene Bobich in a fight to survive, find food, safety and ammo for her Desert Eagle before its too late Dying Days are upon us The Undead Roam the Earth Searching for the Living To Eat To Feast To Rip Apart Extreme Violence Extreme Sexual Situations Extreme Undead Continuing the Darlene Bobich story begun in Darlene Bobich Zombie Killer

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    1. The zombie apocalypse is upon us. Armand Rosamilia has taken us to the beautiful beaches of Florida for this battle between the living and the undead. It follows the story of Darlene Bobich as she attempts to survive in a hostile world.Dying Days is an enjoyable, quick read. It is filled with equal parts of tension, gore and fun. I think that sometimes you need to have a little bit of fun with the end of the world. There are so many books that are very dark and depressing, and let’s be honest, [...]

    2. Oh Armand, how I love your writing you sick SOAB, haha. This is seriously one twisted and gory mind. If you need a shot of zombie, with blood, gore and all the trimmings, then this is the zombie book for you.It's old school meets new school, mixed up with some brilliant characters and a devilish plot which leaves you hanging at the endgood job Dying Days 2 is out because you'll want to heada over and buy it straight away. If you think you can stomach it anyway.

    3. I'll be honest, with a few exceptions, I'm not a huge zombie fiction fan. Sure, I'm a fan of the original Night of the Living Dead film, The Walking Dead tv series, etc, but since the meteoric rise in popularity a decade ago of the shambling undead, not much new has been or can be done. Brian Keene certainly made his mark with his classic Rising series, and Bryan Smith's Slowly We Rot (high on my TBR) has been hailed as one of the best zombie apocalypse novels ever written.Enter Armand Rosamilia [...]

    4. Armand RosamiliaThis author was recommended to me by fellow Zombie author Mark Tufo when I was between Tufo books.A bad ass chick zombie killer, your usual zombies but with the added bonus of extreme zombies who want way more than just brains ! Rich characters, and a well paced plot, entertaining narrative plenty of described gore and descriptive environments, Armand takes the Zombie genre and gives it a shake up. The only down side is its a little short so I read it all in one day.w to book 2

    5. OK, final book of the Ultimate Undead Collection: Zombie Apocalypse Best Sellers Boxed Set (10 books). Thought I would get this collection over with since it's mostly been a big waste of my time. I'm afraid I couldn't bring myself to finish this one. First couple pages I'm thinking it has potential with a strong female character kicking ass on a sleaze ball who attacked her. But then she shows him her bare boobs, lets him touch them, and tells him she realizes they're "nice" before she kills him [...]

    6. This was an interesting, brutal zombie book, told from a female point of view. It's got gore, it's got sex, and it didn't bore me one bit. Yet it didn't blow me away. I can't think of a zomb book that did, either. I think the best ones are Brian Keene's.

    7. I admit that I go into any zombie story with some measure of trepidation. It's one of those genres that is clogged with the same old stories, same old characters, and same old cliches. It's also the one genre that seems to have the most junk in it - nearly anyone seems to think that they can write a zombie story.Dying Days surprised me, in a good way. From the other reviews and the description I kind of expected the main character to be a cliched zombie killing machine a la Alice from the Reside [...]

    8. Armand Rosamilia has restored my faith in the future of zombie fiction. Prior to reading DYING DAYS I was in a space where I was just tired of the same old plot being driven in to the dirt in the genre. The key to great zombie fiction nowadays is a new refreshing take on the subject. Armand Rosamila nails it!DYING DAYS is not a man vs. zombie story. It is at it's heart a man vs. man story. The heroine, Darlene Bobitch, is a strong believeable character. A rarity for male writers, Rosamilia seeml [...]

    9. Ok so I promised Armand that I’d tell him what I think and that I’d be nice. Being fair, I did warn him that I filter EVERYthing zombie through my Tufo filter (Mark Tufo, for those of you unacquainted with himhe’s awesome) so…that being said I did enjoy Armand’s book. After running through my Tufo filter, the book kind of came out shredded on the other end. I then decided to see it a la Shaun of the Dead style and after that I enjoyed it immensely. I mean absolutely no disrespect Arman [...]

    10. I received this book free for an honest review. Well here it is--IT'S MIND BLOWING! I would give him a standing ovation but I can't! I must bow before the master of the best zombie series. I did not expect what I read. I honestly thought it would be your normal zombie books. NO! He has such a vivid and keen Imagination that it is unreal. There are so many cliff hangers in the book that have you on edge. The characters have real depth behind them. The descriptions of the settings are so evocative [...]

    11. Dying Days reviewThe first Dying Days book was great fun to read. This is a short book filled with plenty of action and zombie mayhem. The main character is the perfect mix of a badass asskicker and imperfect person trying to survive day by day. The pace in this story is great. Everything moves along at a great pace and is never boring. The characters are well created and there is a good dose of humor spread throughout. There is the right amount of gore without taking away from the plot. I loved [...]

    12. What do a make-up girl and Rent-a-cop have in common ?I absolutely tore through this book. This is the first time I have ever read this author even though I heard his name various times. This book was a quick read for me because of the character Darlene Bobich. The character development in regards to who she was and who she became made me truly care about what became of her. I would never have guessed a girl working at a mall as a make up artist to be such the survivor she became. I plan on read [...]

    13. I must admit, when I purchased this book I was disappointed to see how short it waswell it's not toooo short, but shorter than what I am used to. Also, when I first started reading it I almost gave up, there were some parts that I didn't like (but that is just me, my own opinion). I'm glad I kept on reading because after a few pages I could not put it downI wanted to know what would happen nextI can't wait to read Dying Days 2.

    14. In this zombie adventure I encountered a bad-ass mama, zombies with boners, and plenty of head-shots with arrows, and . . . . I was kind of bored. I had fun near the beginning of the book when our heroine, Darlene, is wandering and scavenging, but that was about it. I didn't like Darlene, and I didn't like anyone else. And this shit ain't too extreme either, like it was advertised. It's a typical day in the zombie genre, and I have better things to read.

    15. Finally, a strong, female heroin! Rosamilia does an exceptional job with his descriptive portrayals and character development. Kudos to this talented author for finding a way to write a believable female lead. Darlene not only has to fight off savage zombies with her trusty machete, but is constantly fighting off man (and the occasional lesbian advances)Visit my blog to read the entire review

    16. Several little stories revolving around the start of the Zompoc.Zombies, butts, bikes and slaughter can you want anything more.Good - some brilliant writing!Bad - 2 of these stories are repeated in Darlene Bobich novella.Ah Darlene, obsessed with her thong! she is a funny girl, well capable of looking after herself; tough with a soft centre.

    17. This was part of the zombie collection, Ultimate Undead Collection. It is a short story and is really part of a trilogy, which explains why there was no ending. It literally just stopped. There were zombies in the story but it felt like it wasn't a big deal. I liked Darlene but I don't feel a need to continue on with the next books.

    18. Several little stories revolving around the start of the Zompoc.Zombies, butts, bikes and slaughter can you want anything more.Good - some brilliant writing!Bad - 2 of these stories are repeated in Darlene Bobich novella.Ah Darlene, obsessed with her thong! she is a funny girl, well capable of looking after herself; tough with a soft centre.

    19. A sequel to "Darlene Bobicb: Zombie Killer," which I did not realize. Thought that I had bought the same book under a different name.It was a good quick read, lots of zombie action. Still a lot of "women's only good fer one thing" going on, except, of course, with the guy Darlene wants.Decent story that ended with a cliffhanger. Maybe, if it's marketed as a sequel, I'll buy it.

    20. This author was recommended to me by Claire C Riley and I must say I wasn't disappointed,Dying Days is a little different than your normal zombies stories but I'm not telling you why,you will have to find out for yourself.i have also purchased a couple of the box sets and I look forward to reading them.

    21. I received this book for free on First Reads. Great book. Well written. I couldn't put the book down because I kept wanting to see what was going to happen on the next page. I am looking forward to reading Armand Rosamilia's next adventure, "Dying Days 2".

    22. A twisted take on what zombies can do. It was a very good read hard to put down once i got in to it i had to finish it and now i have to go on to book two there a few questions that need to be answered You wont be disappointing in this book

    23. I like this seriesbut I wish we had the narrator from the Darlene Bobich book for these other books tooe is ok, but just my preferenceI like that Darlene has found safety for now, and made some friends.lets see how long it lasts! On to the next one!

    24. Dying days Darlene is our heroine of the story and while she is struggling thru the zombie apocalypse she is also fighting also the men in this story too. I'm glad I found this book after two was out so I could jump straight into that too.As if zombies won't back enough they also rape you

    25. AwesomeThis is my first book by this author and i have to say u just got to be one of my favorites!! Please read this series peopleriously its awesome! I cant wait to see what happens nexton to the next one.

    26. An excellent zombie novel. Well written, tense, interesting, and filled with action and believable characters. Exactly the ticket for zombie lovers looking for quality stuff to, well, sink their teeth into.

    27. Audible Edition. Perhaps this is better in print. The narration was monotone and wooden which ruined the story for me.

    28. I guess the author wanted to write porn, but ended contracted to write a zombie novel. Possibly appealing if you are 13, otherwise better off skipping this.

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