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The dead have come back to life to devour the living. They hunger for flesh. They rip away life. They are the new scourge that tears away at the very core of humanity. As panic spreads through the streets, a handful of survivors search for refuge in a dying world. Waiting to Die is a ladder through the apocalypse, each step ascending higher into tribulation. With every soul The dead have come back to life to devour the living. They hunger for flesh. They rip away life. They are the new scourge that tears away at the very core of humanity. As panic spreads through the streets, a handful of survivors search for refuge in a dying world. Waiting to Die is a ladder through the apocalypse, each step ascending higher into tribulation. With every soul that survives, new circumstances arise that delve deeper into the abyss that the world has become. Nowhere is secure and no one is safe. If you were thrown into the apocalypse, what would you do? Everyone has a different opinion when it comes to survival. Waiting to Die is a story of a few survivors trying desperately to evade the dead. It is a story of hope, of loss, of the urge to keep fighting even when the odds are stacked against you. What hope is left for humanity when all that remains is death and hunger and gnashing teeth?


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The dead have come back to life to devour the living. They hunger for flesh. They rip away life. They are the new scourge that tears away at the very core of humanity. As panic spreads through the streets, a handful of survivors search for refuge in a dying world. Waiting to Die is a ladder through the apocalypse, each step ascending higher into tribulation. With every soul The dead have come back to life to devour the living. They hunger for flesh. They rip away life. They are the new scourge that tears away at the very core of humanity. As panic spreads through the streets, a handful of survivors search for refuge in a dying world. Waiting to Die is a ladder through the apocalypse, each step ascending higher into tribulation. With every soul that survives, new circumstances arise that delve deeper into the abyss that the world has become. Nowhere is secure and no one is safe. If you were thrown into the apocalypse, what would you do? Everyone has a different opinion when it comes to survival. Waiting to Die is a story of a few survivors trying desperately to evade the dead. It is a story of hope, of loss, of the urge to keep fighting even when the odds are stacked against you. What hope is left for humanity when all that remains is death and hunger and gnashing teeth?

30 review for Waiting to Die - Limited Edition Parts 1 through 4

  1. 4 out of 5

    Heather Faville

    Waiting to Die by Richard Cochran is a well written and unique tale of zombie survival. Within the pages of this book you will find what feels like several short stories intermixed into one novel. Where certain characters, each having their own "story" eventually meet and join together to create yet another yarn of undead carnage, mayhem and the will to survive just one more day. The characters in Waiting to Die are normal everyday people, thus making them believable and likeable. People who have Waiting to Die by Richard Cochran is a well written and unique tale of zombie survival. Within the pages of this book you will find what feels like several short stories intermixed into one novel. Where certain characters, each having their own "story" eventually meet and join together to create yet another yarn of undead carnage, mayhem and the will to survive just one more day. The characters in Waiting to Die are normal everyday people, thus making them believable and likeable. People who have gotten caught in the destruction of a world where the dead walk among us and they have chosen to survive. Options arise and when it comes to time to make a choice the decision is not always an easy one. The author uses these difficult decision as a means to tug at the heartstrings. As it is in all tales of survival, someone must die and in Cochran's world...no one is safe. Filled with intense action and adventure. Waiting to Die is viciously detailed in its description of events and the attacks that occur to our various survivor. I don't feel the gore is overly gruesome, but it is definitely descriptive and well thought out. Waiting to Die is a wonderful book that will strike at the emotions and give fans of the undead a thrill as they shamble and lurch their way after the people who are doing everything in their power to avoid becoming a meal for these festering creatures.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Norman Christof

    Sometimes the book got lost in the descriptive. I'd have preferred more action, and less description. The plot could have used a bit more thought. There was really just a lot of running away and killing zombies. It definitely had it's moments. Sometimes the book got lost in the descriptive. I'd have preferred more action, and less description. The plot could have used a bit more thought. There was really just a lot of running away and killing zombies. It definitely had it's moments.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kaisersoze

    Let's get straight to it: There are a number of problems with Waiting to Die that prevented me from enjoying it. On a technical level, this novel badly needed a closer edit as the typos, missing words, and incongruous word placements - that suggested a spell check had been performed without a follow-up read through - were legion, especially in the early parts of the novel. Aside from this, the writing was solid for the most part, but changes between character's perspectives often took place betw Let's get straight to it: There are a number of problems with Waiting to Die that prevented me from enjoying it. On a technical level, this novel badly needed a closer edit as the typos, missing words, and incongruous word placements - that suggested a spell check had been performed without a follow-up read through - were legion, especially in the early parts of the novel. Aside from this, the writing was solid for the most part, but changes between character's perspectives often took place between paragraphs and with no fanfare, making for moments of reader confusion. In terms of plot, I liked the idea of a set of random characters eventually crossing paths during a zombie apocalypse, but the execution sometimes left me scratching my head. For example, the introduction to Greg and Scarlet seems to occur in the middle of their story - yet takes place in Chapter 2. I was forced to scour the internet to learn if the writer had a series of short stories or another work that was constructed as a prologue to this novel. Not able to find anything concrete I read on, only for Greg and Scarlet to disappear from the narrative for almost half the book, where, upon their return, their back story was (quickly) sketched in. I also struggled to accept how the zombies operated as they hunted down the living. At times, they seemed to sense the characters very quickly and easily, while at others, a couple of people could creep amongst them shooting with a silenced rifle without attracting undue attention. Then there were the occasions when the zoms moved quickly, while in other scenes they would be staggering as per Romero's classic take on them. Most confusingly of all was the way hundreds would gather together and simply stay around the building they had seen living quarry enter, but then in another storyline would disperse after a few days. Perhaps I missed something integral at some point? If so, the story would have benefited from further discussions among the characters about how the zombies seemed to operate ... From what I can gather, Richard M Cochran is a relatively new writer who is still learning his craft. This makes sense as for all my issues, there are some quality scenes as characters make desperate attempts to escape their fate, and moments of surprise to be found here with some less than expected deaths. I suspect his output will only improve as his career progresses, but for now Waiting to Die scores itself 2 Fated Deaths.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Caridad cruz

    WOW, what a fantastic read. This book was a wonderfully creepy book. It was explicit in its details with the guts and gore. I felt that if I breathed in I would be able to actually smell the funky rot off of the zombies. What a wonderful experience to be able to feel that way while reading a book. I fell in love with the characters, got emotional when a character did not make it. Got angry at the government who did nothing to help the civilians but did everything they could to destroy the surviv WOW, what a fantastic read. This book was a wonderfully creepy book. It was explicit in its details with the guts and gore. I felt that if I breathed in I would be able to actually smell the funky rot off of the zombies. What a wonderful experience to be able to feel that way while reading a book. I fell in love with the characters, got emotional when a character did not make it. Got angry at the government who did nothing to help the civilians but did everything they could to destroy the survivors along with the zombies. I even had a nightmare. AWESOME!! totally AWESOME!! If you love creepy, scary, and zombies with lots of guts and gore,with a dash of sentimentality, than this book is for you!! I really enjoyed reading this book!! I know you will too.

  5. 4 out of 5

    LeisureSuitLarry

    Overall I liked this one a lot. Good story, great pace, lots of gore. The one thing I didn't like was that it's all written in present tense. It's a stylistic choice that actually works a few times in the book, but for the most part it was just distracting. Obviously it wasn't a deal killer since I gave the book 4 stars, but I would have preferred it another way. It's a pretty short book. I read it in just a few hours and I wasn't even trying to practice speed reading. Overall I liked this one a lot. Good story, great pace, lots of gore. The one thing I didn't like was that it's all written in present tense. It's a stylistic choice that actually works a few times in the book, but for the most part it was just distracting. Obviously it wasn't a deal killer since I gave the book 4 stars, but I would have preferred it another way. It's a pretty short book. I read it in just a few hours and I wasn't even trying to practice speed reading.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Meagan Masters

    Just realized that this is the middle of a trilogy of short stories ... It stands alone well, but I'm excited that there's another one to follow! This was a pretty good zombie short story ... I'm a mild fan of zombie fiction, and this one was a little more graphic in the overall grossness of the decaying undead. I wanted more; I was definitely not ready for the story to end, but I liked how it ended. Just realized that this is the middle of a trilogy of short stories ... It stands alone well, but I'm excited that there's another one to follow! This was a pretty good zombie short story ... I'm a mild fan of zombie fiction, and this one was a little more graphic in the overall grossness of the decaying undead. I wanted more; I was definitely not ready for the story to end, but I liked how it ended.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    This book is very good. The action starts at the very beginning and continues till the end. I like how all the people are linked together in someway. I recommend this book to anyone that doesn't mind gorey gross books! This book is very good. The action starts at the very beginning and continues till the end. I like how all the people are linked together in someway. I recommend this book to anyone that doesn't mind gorey gross books!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Passion1kiss

    A unique tale of zombie survival. A mix of characters, each having their own story that somehow cross paths one way or another. The action starts at the very beginning and continues till the end. Explicit in its details. Gore galore. Overall a short story that is good for a stand-alone.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shanon Campos

    My experience with this book was frustrating. I kept waiting for it to take off. I like a few of the twists, and the book itself was fine, its just that it takes a while to get into.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    I just... don't care... the title is very fitting because I am just waiting for them to die... I give up on waiting and just trust it will happen eventually I just... don't care... the title is very fitting because I am just waiting for them to die... I give up on waiting and just trust it will happen eventually

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    It was okay

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dan

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rick

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paul Huggins

  15. 5 out of 5

    Erin

  16. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

  17. 5 out of 5

    Garry Duckworth

  18. 5 out of 5

    William Wardall

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

  20. 5 out of 5

    Janie

  21. 4 out of 5

    Natasha

  22. 5 out of 5

    Angie Olson

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jody

  24. 5 out of 5

    Billie Jo

  25. 5 out of 5

    Paige

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darren Mitton

  27. 4 out of 5

    Amie Lyn

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mark Heath

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tammy G.Beard

  30. 4 out of 5

    Keri Anne Langford

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