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Corporate Survival - The Zombie Apocalypse [Kindle Edition]

C.T. Horner
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Book Description

Corporate Survival - The Zombie Apocalypse is the second book in a series depicting the ongoing battle between survival and extinction after the collapse of the United States Government. The series allows you to follow along with a group of like-minded people who have joined together to form a corporation for their mutual survival.

Unlike other nations that have collapsed in the past, the United States was different in one major way - over half of the population was dependent upon their government. Small family farms were all but extinct, giving way to Big Agra, leaving just three days of food in the pipeline for over three hundred million people.

After the collapse of the Government, the “Free Shit Army” turned on their masters. Tens of millions of people found out that they were unable to provide for themselves after generations of dependency. When the welfare and handouts stopped, the FSA fled the inner cities, laying siege on those who were prepared and self-sufficient. Their hunger drove them like a swarm of locusts, laying waste to the countryside, devouring everything - leaving nothing in their wake - not even the dead.

Their overwhelming numbers, combined with desperation to feed, proved too much for even the most hardened Prepper and it was only a matter of time before the Zombie Army reached the Compound at SURVinc.

Corporate Survival by C.T. Horner, the first book in the series, is also available exclusively in the Kindle Store.

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  • File Size: 302 KB
  • Print Length: 137 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ECI6VC2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #202,289 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good read September 7, 2013
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Just read the darn thing you will enjoy it or not I know I did ... These 20 word reviews suck
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fast paced page turner August 18, 2013
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One way I personally rate a book is how it keeps me involved. In that regard this series scores the highest marks. I had a couple of late nights doing the "one more chapter" thing. Very engaging and keeps you wondering "what's next?". Kudos on the writing style, it is very, very good. The characters are well developed.

I found the premise and the organization of the group, SURVinc, a very refreshing and interesting take. Something I have never seen in survival fiction. To come up with a new concept in this competitive genre is no small feat. Kudos on that.

The situations and the dialogue between the characters was all believable and seemed natural. Something that always takes away from a good read for me. When the characters act or talk in a way not consistent with their character or with a real life situation.

I found a couple of things that to me were a stretch realistically but I understand the authors need to keep the story moving forward and appreciate the fluid writing style. That is my only real criticism. It was only a small speed bump on a very enjoyable ride. So all in all I really enjoyed the read. The story is one we who enjoy prepper fiction are familiar with yet contains new and refreshing elements. Very good job! And the chicken dance is great!!! Loved it!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars a real exciting read August 12, 2013
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This book is a very exciting read, the character development is great. It's fast paced anf full of action and adventure. This is a great new author and can't wait for book three.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another great work in the series January 3, 2014
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Another great book in the Corporate Survival series. For those that don't like the zombie genre, don't worry this doesn't have zombies in it, it's just a description of some of the antagonists.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A zombie Apcolaypse with no zombies September 6, 2013
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If the title of your book contains the words "Zombie Apocalypse" and by 61% into your book you have Zero zombies, you have missed your mark. I gave up on this book. Marking it as a DNF at 61%. I can not tell you if the Zombies actually showed up or not. I will say that somewhere around 40% the book makes references to individuals moving in a zombie like manor but they were not actually zombies, just a horde of survivors looking for food (normal food, not humans or human brains).
I read the first book in this series. I actually enjoyed it a great deal, giving it 5 stars in my review of it. So when this one came out, I quickly grabbed it , placing it up rather high in my to read list.
This book does not measure up to the first. As I have already stated by 61% there was not even a hint of zombies.
There was however a great deal of chest beating and ego stroking going on. Honestly, I do not recall the first book in the series being this testosterone driven.
Yet if all that sounds great and you enjoy reading about Military toys and male power trips, you will love this one.
However if you, like me, were looking for a Zombies Apocalypse story, you will be sorely disappointed.
So do I recommend this book? I believe that this story would be the perfect fit for military survivalist fantasy readers, but not for Horror- Zombie readers.
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