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Good enough. More of a political book than a zombie book, a few twists, but pretty straight forward, and in some cases predictable.Published 3 days ago by sean
The main characters all felt like teenagers even though they were supposed to be at least early twenties.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
While reading this, I kept thinking of the line in Jurassic Park where Jeff Goldblum says, "Now, there are going to be dinosaurs on this ride, right? Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lee Hall
This book is a fantastic take on the post-zombie-apocalypse world and what it looks like. I can't wait to jump into the sequels!Published 15 days ago by Heather C.
It was different, and loving, and fresh. I loved everything about this book until the very bitter end. My only regret is letting in sit in my queue for so long!Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Well I LOVED this one. In a kind of a love hate fashion. It broke my heart into little pieces at the end there…and somewhere around the midway point as well. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Liz Wilkins
Reads like a blogger's fantasy. Not many zombies. The kids are totally disgusted at their adopted parents scrounging for ratings yet it seems like they are constantly chasing their... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Linda Andrews
A credible look into a future (?) where zombies are a fact of life, and an exploration of likely evolutions in journalism. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Saulo Ceolin