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There is no character development, and no plot.
The attention to detail is also great, and the footnotes throughout make this feel well put together and more like a reference work than fiction.
Max Brooks takes a very unique approach to his book on the zombie apocalypse by doing it as an interview style follow up after the war is over.
Love zombie books! This is nothing like the movie, so just keep that in mind when reading. This book is a collection of stories told by those who survive the zombie apocalypse.Published 23 hours ago by Dee
I cant make my mind up on whether thos book is a brilliant representation of todays geopolitical climate superimposed on an apocalyptic future or if it simply brilliantly plays on... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jessika Andersson
This book wasn't anything like I expected. Having seen the movie, I thought it would, you know, be like the movie. It wasn't. Read morePublished 1 day ago by drive-by critic
Even though I really don't like the whole zombie concept, I wanted to read the book after I saw the Brad Pitt movie. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Apo
First let me say I'm a big zombie fan (the Walking Dead) & a Studs Terkel fan (The Good War) & this is the closest thing to a hybrid baby. Read morePublished 2 days ago by K. Hatfield
I was a bit disappointed when I realised this was not written as an ordinary novel, but if you're into Z's, the stories are pretty fun to read.Published 3 days ago by johandanforth
I saw the film first and didn't expect much -- glad I went ahead and read it. This is nothing at all like the movie, and in fact is a fresh and compelling approach to the genre,... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ryan Batty
Kept forgetting it was about zombies :) definitely worth the read- satisfying wrap up and neat way to tell the storyPublished 3 days ago by ~LT