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I like Hugh Howey, but 150 pages in and there's really just no hook. I'm not invested in the characters, and I keep waiting for that twist that will make it all more fascinating,... Read morePublished 20 days ago by mintindeed
What goes on in the minds of the waking dead? More than you'd think. The bodies of the zombies are doing what they do: walking, eating the flesh of the living while the original... Read morePublished 1 month ago by CodeZombie
I’ve read and reviewed a lot of zombie novels. For a few years there (since discovering World War Z), I was pretty obsessed with them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Justin G.
Oh my gosh - I have to keep coming back to this book. What a fantastic, totally different take on the whole zombie thing.Published 2 months ago by John - Fresno
Whoa. A zombie novel from the zombie point of view, Howey tells us the story of some of the victims of the apocalypse, from inside what's left of their minds. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carlos M PEREZ FERNANDEZ
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|Did anyone else find this a really moving zombie book?||
I found it almost unbearably hopeless. Which, being a tale of horror, is not surprising. Exceptionally well written but emotionally withering.
May 19, 2013 by Farron Watson | See all 3 posts