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Undead Drive-Thru (Undead Series Book 1) by [Besser, Rebecca]
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When Kyndra, Colleen, and Jose apply for jobs at a diner that has seen better days and is undergoing renovations, they have no idea what they're in for.

Aunt-B and John have a horrible secret, and when it's unleashed on the unsuspecting employees of the diner, things get . . . complicated.

Bloodthirsty and dangerous, a zombie awaits the opportunity to feast on them all.

Who will be served first? Can any of them make it out of the Undead Drive-Thru alive?


"A gloriously crazy, blood-soaked ride, Undead Drive-Thru is a gore-soaked slice of pure schlock horror. Eat or be eaten!”

- David Moody, Author of the Hater and Autumn series


“Rebecca Besser's Undead Drive-Thru is pure joy. Funny, character-driven, and deliciously scary with just the right amount of gore, this one is a favorite of mine.”

- Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Plague of the Undead and Dead World Resurrection


"Undead Drive-Thru is a gory, bloody must read–sure to be a favorite of horror fans! Rebecca Besser is an author to keep your eye on. Great characters and killer story. What more could you ask for?"

- Kevin MacDonald, Award-winning director of the horror films BEG and The Witching Hour

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4301 KB
  • Print Length: 88 pages
  • Publisher: Besser Books; Second edition (12 November 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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4.0 out of 5 stars A bloody success 2 August 2012
By James Conway - Published on
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Having read many of Rebecca's short stories over the years, it was a nice moment to have the chance, sit down and read something different. Even though novellas are something I don't usually find myself reading, this one proved maybe I should read more. Novella's are not as easy to write as many think, being in the distance away from short story and novel, which many struggle to grasp or even try and realise it has its own reality.

Over the years, and recently since the success of Facebook, I've read MANY Zombie novels, which is a good thing, and for many that will understand, can be a cringe worthy experience from the great to the same old stuff.

What I love about this story is it actually doesn't over focus on the zombie side, but the experience from the girls and other characters around the situation. She leaves the door open for imagination. How would YOU handle the situation, what would YOU do? She puts on a great moral debate from both angles, but does it with little effort, and a lot of ease.

The story isn't incredibly deep, which for me could have been an issue, as I love, LOVE detail and world building, but Rebecca besser has understood before writing this, the meaning of the Novella itself.

That is, tell a good story, but only give the reader a taste. A good reader, should have the ability to fill in the gaps (especially a book that can be read in one sitting) and get more out of it.

For me, it was a great read simple because I could sit down and relax and read this in one nice sitting, which is all you can ask for.

More detail, more character arcs and world building would be nice, but this is a novella, not a multiple series of books, so one should never expect that sort of thing.

So if you're driving on a dusty road and see a burger joint in the middle of nowhere, go park the car and get an injection of meat. You just never know the story that might be behind them.

Well done Rebecca, can't wait for the first novel. You step up from short story was a success.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not what you think, in a good way 28 April 2011
By S.A.Robb - Published on
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Undead Drive-Thru starts off with the action right away.

We first meet a woman whose husband comes home with a rather nasty ailment - he's a zombie.

Flash forward a bit and a diner is being opened and two people are going in for interviews. With luck on their side, they get the job, meet the woman from the beginning and her nephew.

Some of the characters endear themselves to us right away, others do the opposite. Then ulterior motives and extenuating circumstances reveal themselves and cause us to empathize with those we disliked and hate those we liked.

It is a Zombie story, but does not rely on the typical slash and hack so many other stories depend on. This story has plot, character, and originality. It is a fun read from beginning to end, and will leave you wanting to know more. Perhaps we can expect a prequel?
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting take on zombies 5 January 2017
By lsmdtb5 - Published on
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I enjoyed getting to meet Aunt B, John and the other workers at the diner. I'm interested to read the next in the series as well as the prequel to see how Uncle Sam became a zombie to begin with. Good job Rebecca, you hooked me.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Southern Gothic Fast Food Feast! 20 February 2012
By R. Fischer - Published on
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Another reviewer called this book a dark comedy; I love that, it's perfect because even as she's scaring your pants off, author Rebecca Besser is kind of plaing with you. The image of Aunt-B growing more and more sinister is both chilling and delightful; I wish this EBook was like one of those cards you can give where when you open it up, music plays. I was pretty much hearing the "Andy Griffith" theme throughout this book, even during the goriest parts. The illustrations by Justin T. Coons -- especially that last one, boy howdy -- really add to the southern gothic feel of this delightfully twisted little gem!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, if a little too short 13 February 2012
By Nikolas P. Robinson - Published on
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Personally, my only issue with this narrative was that it could have easily been expanded into a much larger work than it ultimately ended up being. That said, I must admit that it was well-paced and an excellent one-sitting read.
I have read a great many zombie-themed novels, short stories, and comic books over the years and in a genre that should have reached a saturation point by now there are shining examples of authors who are still capable of crafting something fresh and new with the decaying husks of the ambulatory dead...Rebecca Besser is definitely one of them.

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