Undead on Arrival
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Today is the last day of Glen Novak’s life.
Five years after the end of the world, the few remaining humans are barricaded in a small vacation town on the California coast, beset by hordes of the undead.
A single bite turns a man into a walking corpse. There’s no cure and no hope.
Someone made sure Novak was bitten and now he has one day to put things in order, protect his people and, most importantly, exact revenge.
Read Justin's Liner Notes.
Check out Justin's short story "Gone Fishin'" in Undead Worlds: A Reanimated Writers Anthology.
The post-apocalyptic landscape is always littered with kingdoms carved out by innumerable petty warlords. These cruel men prey upon the survivors, becoming a worse hazard than the risen dead. But what happens when a group catches Dave Pulaski, the fabulous cross-dressing killing machine in their nets?
The anthology will be released on October 10, 2017.
Fran Lewis posted at lunch.com about Undead on Arrival: “Author Justin Robinson may have created a world of fiction that might remind the reader of some of what is going on in the world today filled with hate, deceit, lies, and of course senseless killings but this book definitely should give you much pause for thought and reason to stop and think about how we can make the world before it’s too late a better place. Undead on Arrival: What is Glen’s fate? You decide after reading this graphic, descriptive and really quite unique and thought provoking novel.”
Paul Montgomery at TrueJDK praises the handling of “unlikeable at times” main character Novak and says “the ending is very, very good. Well worth a look…”
Hope Haugstad at The Reader’s Review says of Undead on Arrival, “the writing and suspense are real and true.”
I Heart Reading says, "The writing is sublime. It was spot on, every single time."
Maria Violante gives it 5 stars, saying Justin has "recreated the mystery of the whodunnit, but against a dangerous and heartless post-apocalyptic background that marries dark fantasy with the stylistic leanings of Quentin Tarantino."
Justin Robinson © 2017