Review: Pavlovs Dogs By D.L Snell and Thom Brannan

Posted: August 28, 2013 by Joy Dawson in Uncategorized

pavlov__s_dogs___book_cover_by_conzpiracy-d502wja   “Werewolves,  Zombies,  The Apocalypse….”

Dr. Crispin has worked all his life on one goal, to create the perfect solider, and in his Dogs he has.   A group of well trained Soldiers have been genetically engineered to change into The Fearsome beasts.   Safe on his island Labratory, he is free to study and train his dogs to pure perfection.  But a new man on the island has other designs for these dogs of war.   And Dr. Crispin may just not have a say in it.


While on the mainland, contractors Ken and Jorge are on their way home from a hard day of work, only to be waylaid by a traffic jam.  Fighting to keep his cool,  They wait only to discover unimaginable horror as the dead come back to life.    Now Ken and Jorge must not only fight for their Survival but those that have joined them in fleeing the insanity.

Now it is up to Dr. Crispin and his dogs to save humanity,  but Dr. Donovan the new Neurotechnician has another idea all together.

Pavlovs Dogs was hard hitting, fast paced edge of your seat nail biter, it kept me up till way late just trying to see what was going to happen to all the characters we cared about from the get go.  This book was definitely a page turner, and definitely a book I would recommend to others to read.   The Characters are smartly written and wholly believable, all the way from our main characters, down to your secondary and even minor characters.  Very few seem to lack traits that I could adhere to real life people in the real world.

D.L Snell and Thom Brannan take 3 well loved Genre’s in Zombie’s, Werewolves, and The Apocalypse, and makes them into one exciting roller coaster ride.

D.L Snell and Thom Brannan along with Pavlov’s Dogs can be found on Amazon

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