Where the Dead Go to Die

Where the Dead Go to Die

There are monsters in this world. And they used to be us. Now it's time to euthanize to survive in a hospice where Emily, a woman haunted by her past, only wants to do her job and be the best mother possible. Post-infection Chicago. Christmas. Inside The Hospice, Emily and her fellow nurses do their rounds. Here, men and women live out their final days in comfo There are monsters in this world. And they used to be us. Now it's time to euthanize to survive in a hospice where Emily, a w...

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Title:Where the Dead Go to Die
Author:Aaron Dries
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:1684187567
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:197 pages pages

Where the Dead Go to Die Reviews

  • Cheryl
    Jan 01, 2017
    Who doesn't love a good zombie book. I know I do. Yet, it has been a little while since I have read one. This is how you write a zombie book. Step One: Engage the reader and establish a relationship with the characters including the zombies. Step Two: Create a good storyline. ...
  • Jen (Book Den)
    Dec 02, 2016
    Why did I read Where the Dead Go to Die? This was a simple case of being in the mood for a new horror release. I try at all costs to get away with selecting books without reading the descriptions. That's not always possible, but when Crystal Lake Publishing offered up Mark Allan Gun...
  • Karl
    Jun 02, 2018
    ?.ZZZZZZZZZZ... ???.?..??Z?.. ???.?..?Z??.. ???.?..ZOMBIE ???.?Z.???. ???.Z....???.. ?..?Z?????.. ?ZZZZZZZZZZZ HOSPICE CARE "Where the Dead Go to Die" by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells Is ...
  • Jason
    Jan 11, 2017
    4.5 Stars Where the Dead Go to Die by Aaron Dries was a pleasant find thanks to my friends here at Goodreads. I have turned off from the whole over played, been there done that post apocalyptic genre for quite some time now. I mean enough is enough and I simply don't care for it an...
  • Frank Errington
    Dec 03, 2016
    Review copy Been a while since I've read a great opening line, but this one drew me right in... The dead roam those halls. Emily Samuels is starting new job and the protesters were out in force, complete with signs reading, "LIFE IS 4 THE LIVING","BRING OUT UR DED", 'NO TOLERR...
  • Laurie
    Jan 08, 2018
    Started out good, the middle was good, the ending was way to abrupt. I think they had fleshed out the ending more and it would have been a 4 from me. ...
  • Gianfranco Mancini
    Dec 16, 2016
    Not your typical zombie (No, no, no! We don't say that word here!) story at all. A grim and sad christmas horror tale with well developed characters and world-building: in the last days of the outbreak, infected are not killed on sight but "guests" in caretaker insti...
  • Matthew Tait
    Dec 05, 2016
    After being involved in a community of horror aficionado?s for over a decade now, it?s always a treat to come across new voices in the genre ? those you can ascertain (without any great prodding) have an instinctual and genuine love of the genus. Though only new to this reviewe...
  • William M.
    Feb 20, 2017
    3 AND 1/2 STARS A few years ago I remember reading Asylum by Mark Allan Gunnells and enjoyed it so I thought I would give this book a try, especially since I support this publisher and the cover art for this book is amazing. The premise for Where The Dead Go To Die was intriguing an...
  • Bill
    Feb 14, 2017
    This isn?t how things were supposed to happen. I was supposed to be me. Not this. I was caught a bit off guard by this one. How good it was. How good it is. Awesome. So very well done and original. An extremely fresh look at a sometimes tired and overdone trope. Dam...
  • Autumn Is Azathoth
    Nov 30, 2016
    Review: WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Mark Allan Gunnells and Aaron Dries I'd long ago grown weary of the sane-old same-old common to much zombie fiction, so I'm much gratified to come upon WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE, a fine collaboration from two excellent horror authors, a novel which...
  • Belinda Lewis
    Dec 09, 2016
    Creepy and disturbing, but mostly just really really sad. Some hella real feels for a book that's about undead monsters who claw the spines out of people and eat their bones. ...
  • Glenn Rolfe
    Dec 31, 2016
    What an amazing, heartbreaking, and cut-throat story! Authors Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells, bring us a new type of zombie fiction. Note- outside of The Rising by Brain Keene and Habeas Corpse by Nikki Hopeman, zombies are my least favorite horror trope. It takes something specia...
  • Kimberly
    Dec 11, 2016
    WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE, by Aaron Dries & Mark Allan Gunnells, is a zombie novel, of a sort, but unlike any of the cliched stereotypes I've become inured to. The opening sentence alone baited me in: "The dead roam those halls." In a world where people infected with a certain ...
  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Dec 16, 2016
    WOW! HOLY CRAP ON A CRACKER! THIS BOOK! FYI: This book is on kindle unlimited right now if anyone is interested. This is one of the coolest zombie novels I have ever read. It's not a long book at all, I would consider it a novella of sorts. Sooooo, those that have the zombie...
  • Paula
    Dec 02, 2016
    Every once, in a while, you read a book that just floors you. The story so strong that you know emotionally it will be with you for a long time. Please read my full review here, this book is a must-read... https://horrornovelreviews.com/2016/1... ...
  • The Grim Reader
    Dec 11, 2016
    Crystal Lake Publishings latest release is a book co-written by Aaron Dires and Mark Allan Gunnells. To label this book as standard Z-fiction really isn?t doing it any justice because ?Where the Dead go to Die? is one of 2016s very best books. I hate to label it as a Zombie bo...
  • Lars (theatretenor) Skaar
    May 01, 2019
    Really great book. Eclipsing the standard zombie trope. Heartbreaking and agonizing. Highly suggested! ...
  • Amanda Kent
    Feb 03, 2017
    Review Found Here: https://www.facebook.com/Mandashorror... ...
  • Lisa
    Jan 13, 2017
    This story was hard to read. I must have started it 2 or 3 times, but I'd find something else to read. Something easy. This was hard. From the very first sentence, and into the next chapter I knew that I would end up broken-hearted. See, I love zombie stories. This wasn't a good, old f...
  • Yvonne Davies
    Dec 02, 2016
    A government run hospice for zombies, where the undead go to live out their remaining days. Emily is an agency nurse who has a past, having to provide for her daughter leads her to getting a job in one of the hospices. It?s a job that no-ones wants, caring for the undead whilst runni...
  • Dean
    Dec 08, 2016
    A challenging experience Zombie fiction hit a plateau a few years back with too many writers telling the same story over and over again. It got to the point where you could tick off the tropes like bingo, and who has the time for that? WTDGTD ignores that story and instead tells us ...
  • Russell Coy
    Dec 18, 2016
    I get impatient with folks who say that genre fiction, particularly works of horror, can't also be serious literature. I long to lock those people in a nearly bare room but for a chair, a lamp, and stack of paperbacks bearing names like Livia Llewellyn, Jack Ketchum, Thomas Ligotti and...
  • Georgina Ballantine
    Oct 22, 2018
    My first ever zombie book, and what fun I had! I scare easily and hate gore, but had no problems reading Where the Dead Go to Die. The plot rolled along swiftly, the characters engaged me and both the zombies and the humans' decline into zombiehood were suitably chilling. I found the ...
  • Rachel  Turner
    Jan 11, 2017
    A different take on the usual zombie horror This book is a different perspective within the zombie horror genre. Being a big fan of zombie horror this book was a welcome change from the usual gore soaked post apocalyptic thrill ride most zombie horror books. You follow protagonis...
  • Shannon Gardner
    Jan 17, 2017
    I have never run across a zombie book that has made me cry. But this zombie book did just that, it is different then any other zombie book I have read. It takes place years after a zombie infection is semi controlled. The zombies now are called "guests", or "patients" and are tracked b...
  • Lee Anderson drunkonbookz
    Apr 18, 2019
    Trees rot. And bone eaters must bite the dust. This story is absolutely heartbreaking... I guess it would slot into the post apocalyptic genre as it is about a world with zombies. The book takes a different approach to zombies, humanizing the infected people. As the zombie virus tak...
  • L.P. Logan
    Apr 02, 2017
    This book! This book! Seriously, Everyone go and read this book!!!! ...
  • Anan
    Dec 26, 2016
    Nice and beautiful story, love it. ...
  • Robin Lee
    Dec 06, 2016
    The Japanese word for the Origami Crane is Tsuru. The Crane is a symbol of long life as Japanese folklore believes the Crane to live for 1000 years. The Crane is also the symbol for happiness, good luck and peace. I originally picked up this book because of the title and the cover w...