Monday, August 20, 2012

The Dead Have Ruled Earth for 200 Years

Get it at Amazon
Author Noah K. Mullette-Gillman has released his latest novel

Blog friends, first, you know I don't post just any book on my personal blog.  It either had to move me or I have to be really excited about reading it.  This one just released today, so The Dead Have Ruled Earth for 200 Years is bumped to the top of my reading list. 

And, last but certainly not least, I have to say, I love this guy!  I met him in a writing group on line and his sense of humor and insight are always spot on. I can't wait to read this book.  Grab it up on Amazon today - on sale for 99 cents this week only.

Book Description: 
Two hundred years after humanity was forced to abandon Earth to the zombie hordes, three humans descend in great armored battle-suits into a world populated only by the ravenous and rotting undead. They will gun down as many hundreds and thousands of the monsters as necessary in their fight to retrieve the most important possession we left behind.

Too bad one of them is an idiot.

The Dead Have Ruled Earth for 200 Years is not a love story. It is not a work of spiritual mythology. It is bleeding and biting, cutting and explosions; a written rocket of death and disfigurement, with all humanity’s future at stake. Get ready for a white-knuckled descent into the worst of all possible nightmares. Two centuries after the end of the world, it may be the last story of humanity’s battle to survive.


The purchase also includes the first chapters of Noah K. Mullette-Gillman's Luminous and Ominous and Magic Makes You Strange included at the end of the book.
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About the Author

Noah Mullette-Gillman was born in Montclair, New Jersey. He spent his childhood there, as well as in the town of Manly, Australia, and the woods of Upstate New York. He earned a multidisciplinary degree in Philosophy and Creative Writing at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. 
He recently discovered that he is 3.3% genetically Neanderthal, which explains why he has a big head, hairy toes, uses air conditioning in his car in the winter, still owns his Snuffleupagus from when he was a little boy, and enjoys going for long walks.


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