March 7, 2018
“I’ve got no roots, but my home was never on the ground.”
-No Roots by Alice Merton
**I was given a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.**
Dexter “Boomstick” Reynolds is a 30-year-old store manager with a hidden talent that helps him become THE monster-slayer and hero when his town seems to turn into a psychotic man’s nightmarish fantasy. Can Dexter keep his small group of friends alive and safe while he tries to get across town and find his beloved girlfriend, Roxanne? And what’s with these strange plants and pissed off ants?
I first want to clarify this book in no way has a zombie plot like the Walking Dead or Ash versus the Evil Dead. I have never watched either of these two shows; however, I did give them a quick google search before writing this review just to verify…
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Disgraced ex-professor Harrison Hunter gets a knock on his door while hunkering down for the storm of the century. The strange guest, Boris Lattier, is a bear of a private investigator with a troubling demeanor. Lattier requests Harrison’s assistance in solving a murder, but something about Boris’ story isn’t adding up. Harrison gets swept into the case, pitted against good and evil, but there’s no telling which is which.
Welcome to the apocalyptic world of Dexter “Boomstick” Reynolds, a thirty-year-old sporting goods store manager with legendary bat speed. Armed only with the mysterious Golden Slugger baseball bat, business casual attire, and devilishly good looks, Dexter must protect his friends from unspeakable horrors and find his way back to the beautiful Roxanne, his one true love.