on March 2, 2011
This is a classic case of someone who has a story idea in their mind but not the talent to put that story into a readable form. Maybe this writer "sees" how the story goes but she has a hard time conveying that to the reader. At one point they are in a mall and a big deal is made about all the stores being locked and looking for the keys - then suddenly they are going through all the stores! How? A daring escape is made by using a tram track from the mall, but no mention of a tram was ever made - a few paragraphs of description of the mall would have made this believeable. And apparently she has no grammar & spelling check on her computer. Also, what's up with the kindle version? Paragraphs & words cut off midway and then start on the next line down.
on October 13, 2010
Where do I start?; Hmm, ok the book started out with the usual outbreak of some flu like virus which mixed with the bad deeds of a manmade virus mutated into something that kills then brings back a bonafide zombie, throw in the reluctant heroine of the 1950s who has a grandpa who is a mastermind of russian decent with an unliminted bank account and super batcave of a home (even has its own advance submarine on hot standby!)plus a devestated and now smaller navy (willing to obey and protect a bossy mother of salvation of all of humanity) and what do you have? A book that isn't worth reading unless you like fantasy novels and not of the zombie genre like Day by Day or any of the other greats that sound so real that it gives one goose bumps. The book Zombie Slayer was too full of choppy paragraphs and over the top devices such as a explosion that created a super tidelwave that wiped out nearly every island.
Like I said over the top and very choppy!