Review: Diaries of The Damned Robert by Alex Laybourne
The dead have risen and a desperate struggle for power has begun. The military are evacuating all survivors in passenger planes. With their destination unknown, one group of survivors led by a journalist named Paul Larkin, decide to share their experiences with the hope that when combined, their stories will reveal some answers that the government had not been willing to give themselves.
The third to stand and tell their tale is a student who learned first hand that when the dead rise, their hunger for flesh is not just in terms of sustenance.
His name is Robert Wise and he is a survivor.
I received this book to give an honest review.
LOVE zombie books, and this one was awesome. I was lucky to read Diaries of the Damned Jessica's story and loved it as well. Now I believe you can read these stories as standalone because you are not going to miss anything. With Robert's story I have to say it was my favorite by far as it was more gruesome and had me cringing with the sexual things that were going on. The author gives you a whole new outlook on the zombies. Can't wait to read another installment of the short story.
About the Author:
Born and raised in the coastal English town Lowestoft, it should come as no surprise (to those that have the misfortune of knowing this place) that I became a horror writer.
From an early age I was sent to schools which were at least 30 minutes drive away and so spent the most of my free time alone, as the friends I did have lived too far away for me to be able to hang out with them in the weekends or holidays.
I have been a writer as long as I can remember and have always had a vivid imagination. To this very day I find it all too easy to just drift away into my own mind and explore the world I create, where the conditions always seem to be just perfect for the cultivation of ideas, plots, scenes, characters and lines of dialogue everything basically, and when the time is right, I can simply pluck them from the allotment of my mind serve them up on the pages of whatever work is to be their home.
I am married and have four children and my biggest dream for them is that they grow up and spend their lives doing what makes them happy, whatever that is.