Day by Day Armageddon: Grey Fox Kindle Edition
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This book setting is where the third left off. Kil is in Florida and he became some sort of go-to guy to get supplies outside of the safe zones. It appears they have currency as Kil put up with bounties in form of gold.
The book gets rather interesting in that you find out what Kil is out there for and it gives vague hints as to what happened to some of the former cast members. I recall by the end of the third book, Kil's then girlfriend was expecting a child. This book indicates that Kil has a daughter (if I remember correctly) but give no indication if it is the same daughter from 30 years ago.
Overall fairly interesting book. It's very short and provides some interesting concepts to the overall Day by Day universe. As you know the second and third book started to get in a bit of a ET concept. Grey Fox is no exception to some of the strange concepts as it introduces some new form of strange happenings. The Day by Day series is rather interesting in many ways and I honestly can't stop reading the book and I read each of the three books at least three or four times now and everytime I read it, I still find it exciting. These are really some of the best zombie books I have ever read and hopefully will continue to read.
Since this book is so short (you can literally read in a few hours) that it appears to be sitting up for something new. I really hope JL Bourne takes his time on the next big novel as the third one felt a bit rushed at the end.
If it had been offered as a free teaser for the next book, that would have been fine, but $3 was too much for an obviously tiny effort on the part of the author.
I can safely say that you can skip this book and not miss anything in the series (if it is indeed complete).
No spoilers from me! This returns to the journal style featured in the first two books and it works well in this short story that chronicles a salvager's quest to recover medical supplies in a zombie infested city. I enjoyed the look into the "future" but did find one piece of the technology a bit hard to accept, but since it is central to the plot it can be filed under "suspension of disbelief". The story is very short and it only took a half hour or so to finish.
I hope the author's next release is either a collection of shorts or another full length novel set closer in time to the original series.
Kilroy is back, once again going on a trip through the zombie-infested badlands of the United States. Just like part of the first book and most of the second, he's on his own and he's making lists. I'll not say more, because that would rob of a reason to buy the story and read it, but know this: DBDA is back to its roots. No funky sci-fi from Book Three (except for a brief mention in a couple of sentences) in this one.
If you liked any of the three novels (or all three, if you're like me), you'll like this short story, and the money will be well worth it. Ladies and Gentlemen, take my advice, get off your rumps, and pay the price.
Now to this short story. It pics up 30 years after Z day, and tells the story about the hero, he is on a solo mission deep into the infected zones. The story goes on, and at the same time we get an update on where the world has gone and what has happened to our characters from the books.
Bourne write in a manner that you really want more, but feel greatfull for what he has given so far.
This short story is very suting since it happens in an all ready existing universe, I would love to see some more shorts or new novels.
This is a very good starter for anyone to get started. Happy readings.