Ship of the Dead

Ship of the Dead Review

In the weeks following the Omega Virus outbreak, survivors form desperate clusters, uniting to defend against hordes of the walking dead. But they can only hide for so long…



Father Xavier Church never wanted to be a leader. Nonetheless, he’s grown attached to his fellow survivors, and he won’t let anyone cause them harm—though he may be the one who inadvertently leads them to destruction…



Ex-con Bill Carnes may crave freedom, but he still prefers sticking with the group rather than fleeing to Mexico with his former cellmate TC. Maybe he’s changing. Or maybe the look in TC’s eyes is more dangerous than the undead…



EMT Rosa Escobedo gave up on hope after she watched the man she loved rise from the dead. But when a patient seems to start getting better, she can’t help but hope for a cure, even if it means risking her life…



As the numbers of the dead swell, the living are running out of safe havens—especially when the biggest threats lie within their own ranks.

Title:Ship of the Dead
Edition Language:English

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  • Michelle Leah Olson

    Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Chelle:*Copy gifted in exchange for an honest reviewBook #2 of the OMEGA DAYS series picks up where book #1 left off in a ridiculous cliff-hanger that h...

  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary

    RTC, but just as good as the first one. Although Campbell's style is so predictable by the end of the second book that you know when someone is going to live or die. ...

  • Michelle

    I attended Book-Con 2014 in NYC in May. I met John Campbell at one of the booths and he was giving awaythe fuirst novel in this series, Omega Days. The only problem was that his shipment had not arriv...

  • Josh

    The big lesson/takeaway for me about this book is not to let so much time pass between reading books that belong to a series as I forgot some of the details from the first book. Okay, I forgot many of...

  • Randy

    I tried to like this book, really, I did, but it was so monotonously boring and formulaic that I found myself just dropping it to go watch clouds instead. I think every cliche way to kill the myriad d...

  • David Wingert

    “Ship of the Dead” by John L. Campbell picks up where “Omega Days” ended. It follows the survivors as they form desperate clusters and unite in defense against the hordes of waling dead. In th...

  • Charmer

    2 1/2 stars.I liked the first book better. This book has a cliffhanger as well. This one didn't pull me in like the first. It was a little hard to get into. I rolled my eyes when Skye ended up with wh...

  • Kelli

    3.5 I found this sequel to be much better than the first book. I was compelled enough to continue into the 3rd novel in series, "Drifters", which was super intense and best book so far in series. Curr...

  • Paulita Mendoza

    I love this book, John L. Campbell did a great job with this book/series. He knows how to connect you to the characters, my heart ached for almost every loss. I love the detail, suspense, comedy & cli...

  • Brandon Steven

    I was wondering how a whole book would take place on a ship, given the plot laid out in the first few chapters of the book. It didn't sound the greatest at first, but I'm glad I stuck with it. This tu...