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While there is an engrossing story locked in these pages, it becomes lost.
Many reviewers complained about how all the women in the book came across as weak. Seriously? Read more
This book was a good read. I have enjoyed all books in this series. I am waiting for the last book now.Published 2 days ago by Deborah F moody
Holy Jesus. If there was ever a less plausible nuclear war/end of the world scenario I've never heard of it. Its less believable than zombies. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Michael Smith
I had never heard of this writer, ordered the first book because it was free and the subject matter sounded intriguing. Years later, I am unable to bear the wait between books! Read morePublished 10 days ago by Warchilde
This is a unique take on a dystopian future. The characters are especially well defined.Published 14 days ago by Doug Zeeff
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|Modern Zombie or Historical Zombie: Which do you Prefer in the Apocalypse?||
I recently read Jack Wallen's I Zombie I and he had some zombies in there he called screamers which were interesting--big, strong and fast. Wouldn't want one of them after me. i would be more fearful of the modern zombie, however if i could choose which one i would want chasing me--i'd choose the... Read More
Oct 4, 2011 by alan nayes | See all 5 posts
|What's your favorite Apocalypse landscape?||
The setting isn't so important to me but what is important is the feeling of emptiness of the world, and the freedom it gives the survivors of whatever happened. I like to read about people walking down empty highways and looting empty stores. People doing what they want, and fighting for what... Read More
Oct 4, 2011 by C Rhines | See all 3 posts