A huge thank you to Macabre Tours for letting me participate in this book tour! I received a copy of Dead Meat in exchange for an honest review.
It started off as a normal day delivering papers, but it quickly turned into a nightmare. Thomas and his friends are trapped in a basement, with a hungry zombie on the other side of the only way out. Jennie is injured, and pretty soon they might have a zombie on the inside as well. With no weapons and no way to call for help, they’re running out of time. How did it come to this?
Dead Meat drops you straight into the action. Tensions are running high and you’ll immediately be invested in the characters and their situation. There is never a dull moment as Thomas does all he can to survive. Every time the characters even gain the higher ground, another obstacle is thrown in their way to ramp up the difficulty.
Nick Clausen successfully created a believable world and an engaging story within 187 pages. There is a perfect balance of drama and horror. The two story elements weave together to create an edgy and creative take on the zombie apocalypse. I will be reading the next book as soon as I can. I just have to know what happens! I highly recommend Dead Meat for fans of horror and zombies. You will not be disappointed.
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About the Author
I write chilling horror and apocalyptic tales so that I don't need to work a real job. I grew up reading Stephen King and still haven't fully recovered. My books have been published in four different languages, and I'm currently working on ending the world in my zombie series Dead Meat.
I was born in a small country far, far away where people eat a lot of rye bread and are generally suspicious of success. I learned English thanks to Netflix and audiobooks. Originally, I wrote in my native tongue, but I switched to English in 2018 to reach more readers.
I married my public-school sweetheart and we recently had a son who looks so much like me I fear he'll never get a date, the poor guy. My stories are fast-paced and thrilling and hopefully never boring. You should check them out, if you haven't already.
I put out at least four or five books a year. You can join my readers club to be kept in the loop when I have a new release. If you're not ready to take our relationship to that level of intimacy, check out the options below.
The tour doesn't stop here!
Head on over to Babydolls and Razorblades to check out her review on Dead Meat. And don't forget to check out the interview with Nick Clausen over at Ity Reads Books!