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Product Details

  • Series: Death from Below
  • Paperback: 260 pages
  • Publisher: Swordworks (September 24, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906512531
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906512538
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.6 x 5.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,590,245 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Michael G. Thomas, is a writer, martial artist and military historian. He has written books on European martial arts and military history as well as Zombie Survival books and fiction. He is the co-founder of the prestigious Academy of Historical Fencing that teaches traditional armed and unarmed European martial arts. His specialist subject areas are teaching the use of the medieval two handed longsword and the German long knife in both the UK and other parts of Europe.

His academic background is as varied as his writing with degrees in Computing, Classical Studies and Machine Learning. In recent years he has undertaken substantial research in the fields of machine learning and artificial intelligence as well as Ancient Greek and Byzantine military history.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Swystun on January 31, 2011
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Both Nazis and Zombies loom large in fiction as fascinating and abhorrent beings. So it was with great interest that I picked up this entry in the Zombie genre. Its strengths are many: solid premise, use of paratroop landings in advance of D-Day, sound knowledge of weapons from that time, and some decent characters. However, once the book establishes the plot it turns into very standard formula. The undead siege that takes place could be at a suburban shopping mall.

The author fails to capitalize on the challenge he gives himself of placing the action in 1944. The final third of the book is very repetitive and races to end which is not really an end but an opening for a follow-up. If he chooses to do it, I suggest the second entry take on wider battlefield and have the Allies and Axis teaming up for a grander World War Z-like yarn. Imagine battlefields from Asia to Europe to Africa (to North America!) with World War Two technology and alliances - now that would be an interesting book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bobkat on December 28, 2010
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The Nazi's have been working on an experimental and highly dangerous weapon which they believe will win them the war. However, they are unable to control their own creations and unleash a terror which doesn't care who is friend or foe. A great read, which has you wanting to know what happens next and ends in a time honored tradition with an epic battle. A great addition to the zombie fan library.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Claudio Altieri on July 21, 2013
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This is another example of the (too large) number of unwary purchases that have characterized my last year in regard to books and novels.

I'm a fan of the - relatively new - genre of military-horror fiction, and I thought - after reading the (then) enthusiastic reviews on Amazon.com - of being in front of a small, still pretty unkonwn, masterpiece, a kind of "The Longest Day of the living dead ", as the novel looks like a remake of George Romero's zombie classic set in the all-stars war masterpiece "The Longest Day ".

The idea, to be honest, it is not so new, especially for those who indulge themselves in role-playing gaming; it's indeed very reminiscent of the Deadworld "Mein Zombie" published in the basic manual of the survival horror game par excellence: All Flesh Must Be Eaten; same situation, same issues.

The problem is that the narrative seems nothing more than the fictionalized account of a typical game session, with a cliffhanger-style ending like it's in waiting of a following that - if we're lucky - will never see the light.

Too bad, really, because although the idea is not so original, the author could have make a better use of it, instead we are faced with an endless series of clichés and deja vu, a narrative that would be built on parallel planes but that lost pieces along the way, except to try to save the day taking up the threads of the plot (what!? Which plot!?) at the last minute, when the author realizes that he forgot someone or something.

The narrative is then characterized by INFINITE claim of the author's knowledge about weapons and tactics employed in WW2 - actually quite scarce, in my humble opinion, and also the result more of stereotypes and clichés that of careful study.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jay Merin on February 3, 2012
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The story opens on two young French girls spying on a German encampment in occupied France just shortly before the Allied invasion to free the country. Madeleine and Adrienne are teenagers working with the resistance, preparing for the Allies to come and help liberate their home. After scoping out what they can they head to meet up with their fellow members of the resistance.

The narrative switches to a Nazi officer, Steiner, who, after a mishap on the Eastern front, is now stationed with a bunch of rejects and conscripted soldiers. He is riding in a confiscated out-of-date French tank, the whole of the rejects he found himself amongst just killing time, when they accidentally run the vehicle off the road.
The French resistance fighters, heading to meet back up with the two girls, come upon the crashed tank to find the remains of the crew badly injured as if by carnivorous animals. Inhuman noises drive them off.

Steiner wakes up to find his fellow soldiers dead and a slow moving, unresponsive group of people shambling his way. After shouting at them to stop, to identify themselves, to no avail, he opens fire on some of them. To his astonishment though he knocks them down the strange people rise back up and close on him.

It is into the mess that a glider full of British paratroopers crash, their vehicle being released too early for their planned drop zone and coming immediately under fire from German AA guns. The crash kills a few of the soldiers, and the remaining British troops find themselves under fire from a group of German soldiers.
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By by Carolyn Hoyt on November 19, 2014
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I almost gave up on this one as page after page droned on about the same weapons and who held what and what they shot at or loaded etc. Once past all that the story was nonstop action and worth reading.
At the screaming point in the endless weapons review I checked the book reviews and most were impressed with the author's knowledge so be prepared to enjoy or skim over the first part of the book.
I assume the sequel was never written, but the abrupt ending leaves that for the reader's imagination.
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More About the Author

Michael G. Thomas is a science fiction and horror novelist from the United Kingdom. His best-selling Star Crusades series has sold in excess of quarter of a million copies and continues to draw in new fans every month. As well as a strong interest in science fiction, Michael also writes horror fiction including the popular Zombie Dawn trilogy, co-written with his brother, Nick S. Thomas. Michael is also a well-known historical martial artist. He is the co-founder of the prestigious Academy of Historical Fencing that teaches traditional armed and unarmed European martial arts. His specialist subject areas are teaching the use of the medieval two-handed longsword and the German long knife.

His academic background is as varied as his writing with his first degree in Computing and advanced degrees in Classical Studies and also Machine Learning & Adaptive Computing. He has studied in Newport, Bristol and Bath and is a qualified secondary school teacher. In recent years he has undertaken substantial research in the fields of artificial intelligence as well as Greek and Byzantine military history.

Michael may be contacted via his publisher, Swordworks Books or through his official blog:

Official website & blog: http://www.starcrusader.com

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