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The streets of Britain are awash with the infected, ready to tear apart those unlucky enough to stray too close. But the infected are just the beginning. When the sun sets and the shadows creep over the earth, the stalkers leave their nests. It’s been sixteen years since the outbreak and Kyle and his group of survivors have finally found a place worth fighting for. Run by The streets of Britain are awash with the infected, ready to tear apart those unlucky enough to stray too close. But the infected are just the beginning. When the sun sets and the shadows creep over the earth, the stalkers leave their nests. It’s been sixteen years since the outbreak and Kyle and his group of survivors have finally found a place worth fighting for. Run by the harsh leader Victoria, Bleakholt is a sanctuary for those who aren’t ready to die yet. But sanctuaries aren’t always safe. There are men hungry for power, who will do anything to get it. Stalkers who prowl the fences and pick off the vulnerable. An old enemy who is waiting for his chance to strike. If that wasn’t enough, half a million infected march forward, ready to wipe out anything in their path. Can Kyle and the others stop them? Is Bleakholt worth dying for? Praise for the Fear the Dead series from other readers: ‘Loved this book. It had everything you want to see in a good apocalyptic story. And it’s great to see a British author giving the likes of Mr Kirkman a run for his money. Bring on the next book. Can’t wait.’ ‘Excellent baddies and a realistic depiction of a post-apocalyptic future. Fear the Dead has left me wanting more and I'd love to know what happens next. I would read a sequel in a heartbeat!’ ‘The author Jack Lewis is the mist of writing what could be one of the classic end of the world zombie tales in years to come, that's if we are not wiped out be a zombie apocalypse.’


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The streets of Britain are awash with the infected, ready to tear apart those unlucky enough to stray too close. But the infected are just the beginning. When the sun sets and the shadows creep over the earth, the stalkers leave their nests. It’s been sixteen years since the outbreak and Kyle and his group of survivors have finally found a place worth fighting for. Run by The streets of Britain are awash with the infected, ready to tear apart those unlucky enough to stray too close. But the infected are just the beginning. When the sun sets and the shadows creep over the earth, the stalkers leave their nests. It’s been sixteen years since the outbreak and Kyle and his group of survivors have finally found a place worth fighting for. Run by the harsh leader Victoria, Bleakholt is a sanctuary for those who aren’t ready to die yet. But sanctuaries aren’t always safe. There are men hungry for power, who will do anything to get it. Stalkers who prowl the fences and pick off the vulnerable. An old enemy who is waiting for his chance to strike. If that wasn’t enough, half a million infected march forward, ready to wipe out anything in their path. Can Kyle and the others stop them? Is Bleakholt worth dying for? Praise for the Fear the Dead series from other readers: ‘Loved this book. It had everything you want to see in a good apocalyptic story. And it’s great to see a British author giving the likes of Mr Kirkman a run for his money. Bring on the next book. Can’t wait.’ ‘Excellent baddies and a realistic depiction of a post-apocalyptic future. Fear the Dead has left me wanting more and I'd love to know what happens next. I would read a sequel in a heartbeat!’ ‘The author Jack Lewis is the mist of writing what could be one of the classic end of the world zombie tales in years to come, that's if we are not wiped out be a zombie apocalypse.’

30 review for Fear the Dead 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Holly Copella

    The third installment of "Fear the Dead" pushes mankind to the limits. It's no longer about man (or woman) surviving the zombies, but man surviving man. If I were Kyle, I would have left the others behind after the first chapter. He did a lot of growing since the first book, but in a zombie-filled world, he may have been better off remaining a cynical, angry loner. Guess it just proves that good guys finish last. The author was able to create some very unlikable villains. I did find myself cursi The third installment of "Fear the Dead" pushes mankind to the limits. It's no longer about man (or woman) surviving the zombies, but man surviving man. If I were Kyle, I would have left the others behind after the first chapter. He did a lot of growing since the first book, but in a zombie-filled world, he may have been better off remaining a cynical, angry loner. Guess it just proves that good guys finish last. The author was able to create some very unlikable villains. I did find myself cursing at a few of them. The third book promises plenty of bloodshed and gore with some tense moments along the way. I enjoyed "Lou" most. She seemed willing to handle the situation more the way I would. Justin, my usual favorite, played less of a role than I would have liked. The author left room for another book in the series while still giving enough of an ending to satisfy the reader.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sherron Capitano

    The story is good but... I am enjoying the story but I give it only 3 stars because of all of the errors. With each book it seems the errors are increasing. Why couldn't the author have had his books proofread prior to publishing?! At the end of this book we are given about a half page from one of his other books. That small section of text contains errors too! Another thing that continues to bother me is the author writing anyone falling down as falling to the floor. Doesn't matter if they are o The story is good but... I am enjoying the story but I give it only 3 stars because of all of the errors. With each book it seems the errors are increasing. Why couldn't the author have had his books proofread prior to publishing?! At the end of this book we are given about a half page from one of his other books. That small section of text contains errors too! Another thing that continues to bother me is the author writing anyone falling down as falling to the floor. Doesn't matter if they are outdoors falling onto the ground or on a roof and falling onto said roof - he still writes them as falling to the floor. Maybe it's just me, but I thought floors were usually indoors. Lol

  3. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    I did enjoy this series. Another to come from the lack of ending of the first one I assume. The story is narrated by Kyle, who takes the leader position but really seems to be hesitant about everything he does, except to control his impulses to react immediately in an emotional way. However he seems not to have reacted soon enough to prevent the flood of dead coming through the pass in the mountains. Eventually they go up there but why did they wait so long? Many deaths in this one. I will read I did enjoy this series. Another to come from the lack of ending of the first one I assume. The story is narrated by Kyle, who takes the leader position but really seems to be hesitant about everything he does, except to control his impulses to react immediately in an emotional way. However he seems not to have reacted soon enough to prevent the flood of dead coming through the pass in the mountains. Eventually they go up there but why did they wait so long? Many deaths in this one. I will read the next one in the series, even though I am not a huge Kyle fan. I do want to know what happens next. Also, this book could use an editor. This didn't really affect the flow of the story but it would be much easier to read if it was well edited.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Grw

    Brilliant follow up to the two previous books in the series with teh characters really coming along, as the plot moves forward. Some nice, and not-at-all nice characters, fill the pages, of this rather quick read but the fact that it's quick also means it hasn't been padded out with side plots, and random bits just to bring the page count up. The ending was clearly left a little open for another book, but that isn't to say that nearly all the loose ends were tied up in this one, as they were, and Brilliant follow up to the two previous books in the series with teh characters really coming along, as the plot moves forward. Some nice, and not-at-all nice characters, fill the pages, of this rather quick read but the fact that it's quick also means it hasn't been padded out with side plots, and random bits just to bring the page count up. The ending was clearly left a little open for another book, but that isn't to say that nearly all the loose ends were tied up in this one, as they were, and very nicely too without once loosing track of logic, which happens quite a lot in other zombie series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amy Gregory

    Humans are their own worst enemy in the apocalypse With a hoard of a million plus zombies barreling toward them, Kyle's biggest enemies are the people around him. Kyle has evolved into a more trusting person since we first met him and while that can be a good trait, it can also be a downfall. This book was a really good read. People live, people die, (I won't spoil it here) and zombies come. There is a hope for a cure and I believe Justin along with Whittaker's research is the key to saving human Humans are their own worst enemy in the apocalypse With a hoard of a million plus zombies barreling toward them, Kyle's biggest enemies are the people around him. Kyle has evolved into a more trusting person since we first met him and while that can be a good trait, it can also be a downfall. This book was a really good read. People live, people die, (I won't spoil it here) and zombies come. There is a hope for a cure and I believe Justin along with Whittaker's research is the key to saving humanity.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sherri McCartney

    Fear the Dead 3 I have been lucky lately because all the booked I have read have been super good . I liked Fear the Dead series because it was fast paced I couldn't put it down. I chant wait until 4 comes out to see how Kyle deals with his life now. The stalkers were scary but I liked reading about them, I hope I never see one! Great job Mr. Lewis keep on writing we can't have too many books in the world!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joyce Stokley

    Awesome Will the town survive yet again will die from the inside or the folks outside who wants it for themselves or the half a million undead headed their way or the stalkers can they survive on all the fronts A must read it is a can't put down book

  8. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    I really like this series. Hope there is a #4!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Maria Banning

    what happens next? argghhh

  10. 4 out of 5

    mary jenkins

  11. 4 out of 5

    Fuzz

  12. 5 out of 5

    vicki mckenzie

  13. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

  14. 5 out of 5

    Howard

  15. 5 out of 5

    Edwin Chen

  16. 4 out of 5

    Harold Plank

  17. 5 out of 5

    Brent P Searle

  18. 4 out of 5

    Richard Smith

  19. 4 out of 5

    Deidra Gunnels

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joan Drury

  21. 5 out of 5

    Meredyth Winter

  22. 5 out of 5

    Billie Lang

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jacqui

  24. 4 out of 5

    Vance

  25. 5 out of 5

    Donni Ochoa

  26. 4 out of 5

    Donna J. Keizur

  27. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

  28. 4 out of 5

    jim turpitt

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dan Cuvelier

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ann

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