House of Lazarus by T. L. Bodine (Book Review #1007)


House of Lazarus is an indie horror story and the second book in its series, but it can be read as a standalone story. The action thriller begins with Davin Montoya, a 23-year-old member of the Underground, a group of walking dead living under the government radar.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Lazarus is a drug that needs to be given to humans so they don’t turn into violent zombies, but Davin discovers something about the drug that changes the game. Such revelation introduces a whole new dynamic for the storyline as the Undead world’s existence becomes questionable.

Davin has to figure things out, and there is a lot of family drama, self-discovery and many twists and turns to the story. He has no job, a sister to take care of, and a boyfriend he cares about.

The pace of everything is steady and keeps you intrigued. I wondered at times where the plot was going to sway towards. Altogether, I found it interesting to read.

I recommend this book to action-thriller stories that contain horror and zombies.

Written by Jeyran Main

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