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Zomblog II [Kindle Edition]

TW Brown
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Meredith Gainey is a survivor...and determined to retain that status as the zombie apocalypse wipes out most of humanity. Unable to accept an existence behind walls and fences, she finds herself in constant danger...and she wouldn't have it any other way.
The Zomblog series continues: 
  1. Zomblog
  2. Zomblog II
  3. Zomblog: The Final Entry
  4. Zomblog: Snoe
  5. Zomblog: Snoe's War (June 2013)
  6. Zomblog: Snoe's Journey (October 2013)

Editorial Reviews


  1. Zomblog
  2. Zomblog II
  3. Zomblog: The Final Entry
  4. Zomblog: Snoe
  5. Zomblog: Snoe's War (June 2013)
  6. Zomblog: Snoe's Journey (October 2013)

About the Author

Welcome to MY world...

A few minutes with author TW Brown.

Tucked away in the Pacific Northwest with my wife Denise, a Border Collie named Aoife, a guitar collection, and an increasing number of aquariums sporting a variety of fish (cichlids are my new favorites), I live for football season when I can cheer on the Oregon Ducks and be disappointed by my Seattle Seahawks once again. I am a fan of Cookie Monster, KISS, and Dr. Who (along with most things British).

His blog can be found at: 
You can contact him at:
You can follow him on twitter @maydecpub and on Facebook under Todd Brown, Author TW Brown, and also under May December Publications.

TW Brown is the author of the Zomblog series, his horror comedy romp, That Ghoul Ava, and, of course...the DEAD series. Safely tucked away in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, he moves away from his desk only at the urging of his Border Collie, Aoife. (Pronounced Eye-fa)

He plays a little guitar on the side...just for fun...and makes up any excuse to either go trail hiking or strolling along his favorite place...Cannon Beach. He answers all his emails sent to and tries to thank everybody personally when they take the time to leave a review of one of his works.

Product Details

  • File Size: 371 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0984537252
  • Publisher: May December Publications LLC (December 15, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004GHND7U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,970 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not As Good As The First March 25, 2011
Controversial author TW Brown has been passing his time writing one zombie novel after another, as well as short stories that have appeared in over half a dozen horror anthologies. For the most part, I've enjoyed everything that he's written, and Zomblog II wasn't much different from the previous Brown novels that I've read...and that familiarity was a slight problem for me. Brown's writing style introduces multiple characters in a small amount of time, which means that many characters are lacking any real depth, and lots of storylines are left open, presumably for the plots in the sequels. (For the record, I have yet to read a stand-alone novel by this author.)

I had no complaints about Zomblog because it stood out from other journal-type novels, but just like many other zombie series I have read, the sequel didn't impress me as much as the first. I think the biggest reason is that I felt no empathy for the main character, Meredith. I have no problem with a strong female protagonist (which isn't common in zombie novels), but Meredith appeared to be consistently self-centered, which was very contrasting to Samuel Todd, the main character in the first book. Samuel is motivated to help others, while Meredith thinks mainly of herself. Even when she claims to be doing something for the sake of others, there are usually more personal reasons for her actions that have more to do with her feeling wronged or betrayed, rather than avenging her friends...and I'm surprised anyone would want to be around her.

Despite my issues with Meredith, Brown absolutely delivers on the degeneracy and wickedness that is expected in an apocalyptic situation where society has completely fallen apart.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A continuation of the journey January 3, 2011
Zomblog II slides the reader into the story started with Zomblog with ease, with a second character having taken up the challenge to provide a journal about the ongoing zombie apocalypse. Meredith, who actually became the narrator perhaps halfway through the first book, continues to tell of her experiences as she moves from place to place and meets new survivors along the way, while trying her best to keep those she cares about alive. I thought the way the author shifted perspectives was quite creative and surprising in the first book. I won't ruin the surprise here by giving away what happens in the second book, as I tend to prefer not to give away the overall plot. So if you are expecting the same type of shakeup here, you will have to read the book for yourself to find out what happens to the main character and if they make it through to the end.

Zomblog 2 moves at the same breakneck pace as Zomblog did, but Todd Brown has upped the ante with even greater challenges and darker realities for the narrator of this tale to face as the initial days of the zombie apocalypse fade into the distance. The most compelling aspect of this book is the author's willingness to show both the absolute best and worst aspects of humanity and keeping you glued to every page as the story unfolds. Make no mistake, this is a gritty, raw tale that expects the reader to accept how depraved mankind can get when things go bad. Certainly, there are those who retain elements of their humanity, but while living in barbaric, ugly times, the bad seems to shine through, and those that are willing to do anything are the ones who tend to survive. Not that there aren't good people still around, but even those people are forced to do questionable, brutal things, including the main character.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A "Gray" Character January 18, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Today's review is by one of my favorite authors, TW Brown. It is the second book is his Zomblog Trilogy: Zomblog II. I started reading this series a while back, and I finished it in three days. I have reviewed the first book in the trilogy, and you can read what I thought in this post: [...]

Brown developed a character in this book that was very different from the usual. Instead of having "good people" and "bad people" - ones that I usually love or hate with a passion, the main character, Meredith, is someone that I admired, but also detested. After an apocalypse that pretty much destroys life as we know it, most characters in dystopian books can be seen in two "colors", if you will. They are either at the lighter end of the spectrum (good), or all the way at the darker end (bad). I've never read a book with a "gray" character - someone who fit in the middle of the spectrum. That is what Meredith is, a gray character.

She had some qualities that I liked: strong, independent, and not afraid to get her hands dirty. However, she was also selfish and, in my opinion, not someone that could be counted on. It is the first time that I have ever had a love/hate relationship with a character. That is just one of the many reasons that I love TW Brown's books so much. I never know what is going to happen!

In this second book, Meredith takes over the blog for Sam, her boyfriend who started it in the first book. It amazes me how the author can write an entire book from one perspective and then jump into a totally different character for the second. Sam and Meredith are nothing alike, and yet, both books were written in voices that were believable.

It was hard to tell from the end of the first book how Meredith's character would develop.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed the read
It has not been a bad read. It has been twisty interesting. Lots of crazy people have been dealt with. And new ones to meet. On to the next.
Published 20 days ago by C. Harris
5.0 out of 5 stars Zomblog series is addictive.
I reviewed this on Audible, so I'm copying what I wrote from there to here. I still stand by what I wrote there! Read more
Published 8 months ago by Caroline
5.0 out of 5 stars I love all the books in this series as the story ...
I love all the books in this series as the story moves fast and the characters are just wonderful. This is the second in the Zomblog series. Read more
Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars great follow up
A great follow up to book one. For those who have read other works of TW Brown you already know that not all good guys live go see another day and this one is no exception. Read more
Published 11 months ago by leslie e. harper
5.0 out of 5 stars The story continues... they just keep getting better & better
I read that a couple of readers thought that this was not as good as the first. Not true! I think the main character was more likeable in the first book. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Bellesmom
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Book
I'd recommend it. The book seems to fall into the same old plot as many zombie books but it's well written enough to hold my interest.
Published 16 months ago by Karen Zumbrun
3.0 out of 5 stars Zomblog II
I got into Zomblog enough to want to listen Zomblog two because I felt like I was getting to know the characters. So the character development was very well written I thought. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Strutrandol
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent follow-up to "Zomblog"!
Excellent follow-up to "Zomblog," this is the ultimate "road trip" kind of story. Except of course, for the zombies. T.W. Read more
Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Crazy world of unhappy zombies
Nothing new in the world of zombie books but this short and journaled approach made for a entertaining read. Humorous, sad, and enlightening.
Published on March 17, 2013 by Wayne Michael
5.0 out of 5 stars "mmmmmmmm.....fresh meat!!!!
who doesn't like a good Zombie story???? buy this book, you won't regret, if TW would just publish a Zombie cookbook, all would be well with the world
Published on March 10, 2013 by roby
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