“If you’re looking for something different and not-so-traditional in the zombie/horror genre, look no further than Revived.” – Jazzy book reviews
“To call this a zombie story […] would be a great disservice because it is so much more–allegory, modern-day parable, and just plain fun.” – author E. W. Abernathy
REVIVED by Ernesto Pavan is NOT, I repeat NOT your typical slobbering, lumbering zombie tale. Instead, you will find humor, attitude, snark and the true meaning of friendship, loyalties and even love. – Tome Tender
For deadpan snark queen Violet Sharpe, death is not the end.
If you think life sucks, wait until after you’re dead. After finding out she’s contracted porthmeos, a nasty parasite, Violet is faced with a choice: either meet her end before her thirtieth birthday, or become one of the Revived, which is the politically correct word for… well, a zombie.
But the challenges of her new un-life are way worse than she thought. As part of a new minority, she faces discrimination and hatred, not to mention a laundry list of physical limitations and the looming ghost of depression. Can she meet these challenges with her usual strength and dark humor? Or is being Revived a fate worse than death?