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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.
Well written and feeds my zombie addiction. Couldn't put it down.Published 12 hours ago by Daniel L.
All the different stories really draw you in. I could rarely stop reading before the end of a chapter (if then), and this was my second time through.Published 15 hours ago by Michael P. Kemp
Slow slow slow read. The book jumps around everywhere and I'm still not sure who the main character is.Published 1 day ago by JUSTIN C DOZIER
Incomplete (the full book is not read here) but an exceptional book and the readers are well cast. Still wish it was the full book.Published 2 days ago by Karin Crighton
This novel is entitled World War Z: an oral history of the zombie war by Max Brooks that was published in 2006. Read morePublished 2 days ago by savanna macri
Triumphant! A tour de force epic from Max Brooks. Highly recommended for history, science fiction, horror, action and book lovers.Published 2 days ago by Salvador Antonio T. Nisce
Brilliant format. If you only read one zombie book in your lifetime,this is the one.Published 4 days ago by Dennis J. Rooney
Not really so much of a zombie book as just a good book of human survival. Pretty good read.
This is very much a different kind of book. I was reminded of Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States while I was reading it. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Brandon