The God Damn Dead by Colt Skinner
During the frigid Canadian winter, two outlaw bikers have been set up for a crime they didn’t commit. On the run from the law and their own club, they must fight their way through hordes of zombies, gangs of vampires, and a murderous witch who is hell-bent on revenge.
Colt Skinner’s 666 silver-medal award-winning short story, Your English is Good, introduced the world to the Dead Mariachis Motorcycle Club. Now, join Hellbilly, Death Mask, and Fast-Eddy as they fight for their lives against the God Damn Dead!
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So worth the tongue lashing
The GD Dead was going to be problematic for me. I knew this without a shade of a doubt. Once my mom seen it in my library, I was in for one hell of a tongue lashing. It was inevitable with that title. But what was I to do? A missing kid, witches, vampires and zombies… Was it worth it? Yes, yes it was. Colt Skinner is a damn troublemaker in the very best way. He has a way of writing that will pull you in, keep you read late into the night and have you rooting for a motley duo of bikers on the run from things that make you skin crawl. They have the odds stacked against them when they find themselves double crossed and completely f*cked. So hold on tight because this is a hell of wild ride with twists and turns that will leave you holding you breath as they try to stay alive and right the wrongs that the rotten bastards unleash on them.
Skinner kickstarts the reader into one hell of a ride in “The God Damn Dead!”
Colt Skinner has created a world fueled by the sub-culture of the motorcycle gang, with all the details and atmosphere of a guy who knows his way around the underbelly of the surroundings he describes. He introduces the reader to a cast of colorful characters as he weaves a tale of brotherhood, intrigue, and despicable crime, with unnatural, supernatural elements that add dread to the expertly crafted story and a hell of a lot of fun! You’ll smell the night air as you ride alongside some of the “The Dead Mariachis” members and follow the author down the road on a wild ride that leads to a satisfying conclusion. “The God Damn Dead” has more action than the pulpiest grindhouse film, and with questionable friends like guys named “Death Mask” by your side, how can you go astray? Skinner sets the bar high with his inaugural novel. With his believable dialogue and visceral action scenes, he firmly cements his place in the action and horror genres with the impressive roar of a fabulous vintage Harley!