Living with the Dead (Famished #3)
For three years, life is strenuous for Kansas Moore as she travels with her team and saves more people from the clutches of the revolutionists. On the downtime, they bide time by constructing and enlisting for their own cause.When the general assigns her to search for a missing loved one, she turns to the team and what they find overturns everything they’ve learned so far.

Living with the Dead (Famished #3) Details

TitleLiving with the Dead (Famished #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 1st, 1970
Rating
GenreHorror, Zombies, Science Fiction, Dystopia, Apocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic

Living with the Dead (Famished #3) Review

  • Laci Darby
    January 1, 1970
    Enjoyed the books but I'm very unhappy with the way the author has handled the release of the 3rd book. Over 2 years of projected and then passed release dates with a constant promise of it being any day now. If you are not going to release the 3rd book just let it be known. You can only string along readers for so long.
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  • Wanderlust
    January 1, 1970
  • Becky Johnson
    January 1, 1970
    I am honestly so disappointed in this author and how they’ve handled the release date. It has been pushed back over and over and then we finally got a release date preorder for January 31st and guess what guys, pushed to the end of February. I loved this series but I’m done with it. Will not read another novel by this author.
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  • Victoria (: Book Nerdvana :)
    January 1, 1970
    So so sooooooo disappointed in this author! There were 2 days left until the release date and they canceled! Just like that. No warning and no explanation. Why? I just want to know why? And I won’t be reading this. Never! No matter when will the book get published. Even if it’s tomorrow I’m not reading it. So irresponsible. To have pre-ordered it and have it suddenly canceled 2 days before arriving. I just can’t understand why would the author be so irresponsible towards her readers. The second So so sooooooo disappointed in this author! There were 2 days left until the release date and they canceled! Just like that. No warning and no explanation. Why? I just want to know why? And I won’t be reading this. Never! No matter when will the book get published. Even if it’s tomorrow I’m not reading it. So irresponsible. To have pre-ordered it and have it suddenly canceled 2 days before arriving. I just can’t understand why would the author be so irresponsible towards her readers. The second book was published 4 years ago. I mean it’s not Song of ice and fire after all. And Annie Wells is no George Martin.... Disappointing
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  • T. Jackson
    January 1, 1970
    Feb 23 2018 release date is canceledI am done with this series and with this author. Completely unprofessional. Am I supposed to apologize for being a fan of her books and the way she writes? It sounds as if I need to apologize for wanting to know when this book would be released.... I noticed there was no apology for not releasing the book or for dismissing my questions as to why it was cancelled. I get it, you're going along, everything is great. Next thing you know, you're alone and standing Feb 23 2018 release date is canceledI am done with this series and with this author. Completely unprofessional. Am I supposed to apologize for being a fan of her books and the way she writes? It sounds as if I need to apologize for wanting to know when this book would be released.... I noticed there was no apology for not releasing the book or for dismissing my questions as to why it was cancelled. I get it, you're going along, everything is great. Next thing you know, you're alone and standing in the rain, getting wet. But to say; "Something changed when I published and my books became better known. When I had massive loads of feedback from people I didn’t know. Let’s just say I’m easily influenced. I became determined to get better. Every word was fret over. Every sentence. So much so, I started to feel objective about my story instead of living it. I lost sight of why I write in the first place. "So it's my fault? Well, I am sorry. Sorry, I ever picked up the books to begin with.
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  • Maria Sette
    January 1, 1970
    Love this series, can't seem to get enough
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