Robin’s Review of Death Cleanse

Robins review of Death Cleanse by Joseph Pesavento

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Death Cleanse

by Joseph Pesavento

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Death Cleanse
by Joseph Pesavento

It’s been seven years since the world was consumed by flesh eating corpses. 

After plane trouble, Luther Kilwins, the man who caused the outbreak, finds himself trapped in a Montauk bunker.

His only hope for survival… General Frederick Maxx, the man who wants him dead more than anyone else. Maxx sends his top soldier, Jacob, and his team out to rescue Kilwins from the far reaches of Long Island.

The team faces numerous obstacles: a boy disguised in blood, a fearless leader set on ruling the island, and waves of undead following them. Jacob will learn that staying alive isn’t his biggest trial. It’s holding onto his humanity.

Robin's Review: Death Cleanse is a thrilling read from beginning to end. Joseph Pesavento does not let up with his gory descriptive style of writing that is exceptionally imaginative and beyond scary. I enjoyed reading this book and think horror fans will also like it. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.

It was my pleasure to receive a free copy of this book but that does not in any way affect my opinions in this review of this entertaining story.

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