What's worse, the monsters crawling out of their graves or the ones that we can't keep buried in our minds?
Joel has long been a victim to the viscous teeth of the assumptions and misconceptions conjured in his own mind concerning his relationship with his girlfriend, Alex. After three years together, things just haven't been the same. But now, those monstrous doubts in his head will become personified in the form of risen corpses in the city of Orchard.
Will Joel and Alex be able to put aside their differences and survive together? Or will this apocalyptic event spell the perfect opportunity for the couple to go their separate ways?
This book used to be titled "Headstone Sonata."
This book was written beautifully almost poetic...This author had me right there along side Joel.
When Joel and Alex were talking to one another in the car it was as if I was watching my own personal life play out in front of me.
Then when all hell is breaking loose Joel falls in love again with the love of his life. You might be saying really Cecily...falling in love at a time lie that. Yes, just like that.
I have to say that I loved this book and the ending was sadly perfect! This story is short and sweet with lots of blood.
Bravo to this author!!! You made me scared, happy, and sad all in one breath. Amazing!
About the Author:
Jorge Bocanegra currently resides in New Jersey where he was born and raised. He makes his author debut with "Of Lone Headstones." But he's no stranger to writing and the horror genre. For years, he's been writing for Rely on Horror, one of the most respected and largest websites focusing on survival horror video games. Now, his focus is on taking his love for the genre and using it to give readers a series that details his own vision of the zombie apocalypse.