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After Twilight: Walking with the Dead Paperback – December 1, 2008
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Something intriguing to me was how the villain was not only an Atheist, but had really, really warped morals. As a Christian myself, I wonder what the author's religious beliefs are.
I loved the first book, but I think this sequel is a thousand times better. I was thrilled to find out there will be a third installment: The Exodus. I will be waiting for it on the edge of my seat, speculating what will happen to the survivors of Eastpointe. (I couldn't help but wonder if the Odd Fellows got the idea for the greyhound buses from the Dawn of the Dead remake.)
Another good book from Permuted Press is The Rage Plague.
The plot here is pretty straight forward: we discover that Vaughn has been working for the Odd Fellows, the group of old men in Eastpointe who run things behind the scenes. They have worked hard to insure that no one knows of the other human settlements still out there, believing that the populous will be more manageable if they believe they are the last living souls on the planet. Vaughn, who was unstable to begin with, becomes unhinged after facing off against Dr. Dane and his metal misfits and when he returns to Eastpointe and deals with the obsessive Odd Fellows, who crave control over the cure Dr. Dane claims he had in his possession on the ship, quickly unravels and decides that Eastpointe and everyone who has lived in relative comfort for five years needs to suffer and die. With thousands of zombies now scratching at the walls, he has the tools he needs to cause their distruction.
Travis Adkins has produced a solid follow up to his first book, Twilight of the Dead.Read more ›
Adkins' writing never slacks, and he keeps up a steady pace, which makes for a fast read.
He devotes entire portions of the book on each of the main characters and their backgrounds, giving them just enough depth where you will actually care about what happens to them.
Adkins' also includes maps, newspaper articles, military documents, files, diaries, etc, which really helps focus on the "reality" of the story.
He also brings to vivid life the undead - or "skin-eaters" as they are called in the book.
Adkins has great character development skills (both past & present) and he is very descriptive in his writing. He is one of those writers where you feel as if you are really there, in the story.
He is also great with the emotions, relationships, and struggles of the characters that he has created.
Overall the book is a good read and a nice follow-up to the first book. I hope there's a 3rd book soon!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this book just wasn't my kind of zombie book, it was zombie light.Published 13 months ago by Diane Williams
The book started off pretty good with a few zombie killing scenes but it got boring pretty damn fast. Read morePublished on May 13, 2011 by Jason
I will keep it simple I read this first, did not know there was one before it. Love the book, loved how the characters where explained I cant wait to read the first one.. Read morePublished on October 21, 2010 by Elias Diaz III
Travis - I just finished the book, I'm ordering your first one and can't wait for the EXODUS follow up. Thanks for your hard work and wonderful sense of zombie-imagination. Read morePublished on February 18, 2010 by S. Banzhaf
I love a good zombie tale. This sequel to Twilight of the Dead was a thoroughly enjoyable read. I know anxiously await the release of part 3.Published on January 24, 2010 by David A. Long
I still want to see the next book in the series and am interested in the Black Berets and the inhabitants of Eastpoint, but found this book too focused on an unlikeable character... Read morePublished on July 10, 2009 by D. Berdanis
This was the second book in a series. If you like horror and love Zombies then why the hell don't you have this book yet! Well......get it!Published on June 18, 2009 by BruceinMaine