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Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse Paperback – September 21, 2011
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"A clever and creative epistolary narrative of the zombie apocalypse." -S.G. Browne, author of Breathers and Fated
"This book does not have funny zombies. Nor cool zombies. It's not even about the zombies. It's about the people left behind. From scrawled notes and crumpled photos emerge stories of ordinary people dealing with a personal apocalypse. They are touching, harrowing, and incredibly sad." - Max Barry, author of Jennifer Government and Company
"At once funny, tragic, compelling, and unexpected . . . a collection of artifacts from the apocalypse, the last words of the forgotten. Powerful!" -Jonathan Maberry, multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Zombie CSU, Patient Zero, and Rot & Run.
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As a writer, I kept saying, "Wow. I never thought of that aspect of a zombie outbreak." This book portrays the very human side of the story, in greater -- sometimes far more poignant -- depth than you'd guess, on first glance.
Every page tells a story, in just a few words.
Do not overlook this book because it seems merely cute or funny or gimmicky. Especially for writers working in the zombie genre, this is a tremendous resource.
I read this myself, as I often do with books I am not quite sure about giving to the kids. The names, dates, pieces and parts gave it a more real feeling with raw emotion that you could feel in the pages. I like that this was created by different people with unique viewpoints from across the world. Each bit and part lends a new view on how things were perceived by different people. This gave it an even more realistic feel to it, making it seem like a scrapbook you would find in the aftermath..if anyone survived to make one that is.
My only complaint is that I would have liked to see more. I got into the book and then it was over. It would have been that much better had it been longer, and with more little bits of horror to page through.
This book is a must-have for any zombie lover. Even if you've only seen like, one episode of The Walking Dead and thought it was just okay, you will love this book. I keep it on my coffee table because it's a great conversation piece and can be read again and again.
It wasn't long enough and left me wishing for more. You will smirk at some of the notes and cry at others. The actual book is a collection of notes and letters that were written by people all over the world just like they were actually living through a zombie apocalypse. Some are incomplete (torn paper), some are are scratch paper, and some are written by children. Love the concept and the execution is amazing.
Note: Do not try to read this on your phone - if you do not have a kindle, download the app to your computer as you won't be able to read it correctly otherwise.
Basically what I am trying to say is this book had the potential to be really good and you can clearly see that with some notes and the atmosphere the book takes place in. Yet the inclusion of one worded notes, a picture of a half torn sign where the evacuation will take place, and sloppy cursive long winded notes ruin it.You can finish the book in less than an hour so. To me its not worth twenty bucks at all that is a steep price for a book that has little content. They could have done so much more, but chose not too at the time of this review the book is on sale for $13-$14 bucks not that bad of a price, but still you have been warned.