Burying the dead is easy. Keeping them down is difficult.
At the Bureau of Special Investigations, agents encounter all sorts of paranormal evils. So for Agent Brynner Carson, driving a stake through a rampaging three-week-old corpse is par for the course. Except this cadaver is different. It’s talking—and it has a message about his father, Heinrich.
The reanimated stiff delivers an ultimatum written in bloody hieroglyphics, and BSI Senior Analyst Grace Roberts is called in to translate. It seems that Heinrich Carson stole the heart of Ra-Ame, the long-dead god of the Re-Animus. She wants it back. The only problem is Heinrich took the secret of its location to his grave.
With the arrival of Ra-Ame looming and her undead army wreaking havoc, Brynner and Grace must race to find the key to stopping her. It’s a race they can’t afford to lose, but then again, it’s just another day on the job . . .
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THE REBURIALISTS is a whirlwind of action! J.C. Nelson does a remake on the zombie genre and Egyptian folklore. Brynner Carson is the son of Heinrich Carson, who wrote the book on how to handle a Re-Animus. Grace Roberts is an analyst and a skeptic of magic. When she is partnered with Brynner Carson to study and translate his Father’s journals to find a way to the heart of the Re-ANIMUS. His Father has hidden the heart, and now Brynner must find it the heart of Re-Ame, the daughter of the Pharaoh. They must find this heart to give her eternal death. While doing this Brynner and Grace become very close, and when her life is threatened he has to keep her safe. I loved this book and the characters of Brynner and Grace. I have read J.C. Nelson’s other works and loved them. I like his writing style and the worlds he creates. If you have not read any of J.C. Nelson, I urge you to do so. I give THE REBURIALIST 5/5 STARS.