Book Review: Even in Death by Jason D. Morrow

book reviewTitle: Even In Death

Author: Jason D Morrow

Series: Starborn Saga

Publisher: Self Published

Release Date: August 29, 2013


Book Summary:

Green, you’re clean. Red, you’re dead. 

Nineteen-year-old Mora is haunted by the flashing red light that pronounces her doom. Now she knows she only has about twenty-four hours to defeat Jeremiah and finish the revolution she has started, before the greyskin virus claims her life. 

To do this, she must lead the other Starborns through the war-torn streets of Screven. But Jeremiah has a secret power that will test Mora in ways she could have never imagined.


Book 3 in the Starborn Saga was probably my favorite of the whole series. What began as a fun read, and my first Zombie adventure, turned into so much more.  When facing saving one person, or saving thousands but sacrificing the one – what would you do?  If you were the one needing saving, would you sacrifice yourself to save the thousands?

After I put this book down I started thinking more on a talk I heard in 2007 from Elder Dallin H Oaks – Good, Better, Best.  There may be some things in our life we are choosing that are good, but is there something better we could be doing…or even more?  I realize that’s an odd comparison to be bringing a religious talk to a Zombie Appocalypse book, but it’s what I was pondering on.

I thought for sure that no matter how this book ended, I would be emotionally upset. Jason did a fantastic job though in wrapping up the series.

Rating: 5 stars. I loved it!!

Content: Some gore and violence (it is zombies), but not overly graphic

Source: Amazon Ebook