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Absolutely no payoff for most of the story lines - and those that did 'close' were done weakly. So much build up and then....nothing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Haley
Love Jeff Long...Descent was my first and favorite but this is a very close second. Riveting and beautifully written work.Published 6 months ago by Tanner cooler
Take The Stand by Stephen King, make it less fun to read, more drawn out and confusing, with important points in the plot which are left unaddressed.Published 8 months ago by Ethan Mapes
Dear Jeff Long,
I love your books, both my husband and I both love your books. CAN YOU PLEASE FIGURE OUT BETTER ENDINGS? Read more
It has been so long since I read this book that I really can't remember the plot. But I think it was just a repeat of every other doomsday scenario. Too many typos.Published 16 months ago by old recluse
I love post apocalypse novels and I've read many of the standard bearers of the genre (The Stand, Earth Abides, Alas Babalon, Lucifer's Hammer, On the Beach, Canticle for... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Aden Zydo
I remember enjoying Jeff Long's The Descent when I read many years ago. But I can't say the same for Year Zero. The story just never came to together. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Doug Cornelius
It took me a while to review this author and book, but I LOVED this book. Between this and The Descent (and it's sequel), I've got a new author to rave about. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Nerdzilla