- File Size: 2238 KB
- Print Length: 142 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blade of Truth Publishing Company (April 18, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y2GGH9C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #351,780 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Outbreak (The Brother's Creed Book 1) Kindle Edition
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You've got two brothers - both super young with 1000s of dollars in guns and gear. One was a 4-year Marine with no combat experience that seems to be highly skilled in tactical maneuvers. Training only goes so far. The brothers are extremely good shots under duress and are ready for the NWO.
On the flip side, you've got a father that spent 300,000 dollars on truck upgrades for just-in-case. He's pretty cool though, and a good dad, so there is that.
There is some major Jesus love in this story.
When reading the first couple pages - I kept thinking that an editor and a seasoned writer could tighten things up. But, I kept reading.
And when I was done, I jumped right to Book 2. It was a fun story. The characters are all fun with their own hang-ups and the author loves head-shots and death. And Jesus.
I'm actually about 25% into Book 2 at this moment. 3.7 of 5 Stars
This is a short fast read where the author takes us on an adventure . There are guns , gore and throw in a little God in there for fun . The characters are well written but seemed just a little flat sometimes . Also there are a few editing mistakes at the beginning where they could of just tightened it up a bit and the story would flow so much better . Over all I really liked this book the character are really fun and the story is fast paced . If you like the walking dead you will enjoy this book . So check it out
It is about two brothers caught up in a Zombie Apocalypse! The older brother is a former
Marine and both brothers have a gun culture and religious upbringing. The author is a
self-proclaimed Jesus Freak and follower of the Way, so there is a religious overtone
to the story; if this is a problem for you - to bad - you will be missing a lot of well done
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Since this is meant as the pilot episode for the series, there will be some threads of the story left hanging, to be picked up in the future books. But the book does a nice job getting the story moving. The chapters breeze right by, with some major tragic events hitting you upside the head.
There are some issues as the book finds its footing. Especially in the beginning the brothers do solve problems too easily. It takes a while before they run into problems that they're simply not equipped to deal with. And the zombie invasion seems to spread awfully fast over the few days when this book takes place. (They're the shuffling zombies, not the runners from Zombieland or 28 Days Later)
One of the aspects I really like about this story is how the zombies are not the biggest threat. Humans are, especially when the apocalypse allows them to show who they are on the inside. That's very smart, and Chadd deserves a lot of credit for that mature outlook. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
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Alexis and Ana are badass girls where usually girls/women are seen as hangers on with no survival skills or shooting abilities with the men doing all the defending and scavaging.
Emmett, James and Connor are the type of men I would love to be stuck in the zombie apocalypse with, they are well trained and fight well together...a little too well. The author has made them a little too well equipped for a world full of zombies. It makes them into a type of superman...taking on a group of men with weapons and a huge herd of 4 dozen zombies with only practically a scratch seems a little farfetched...
Apart from that i loved it and can't wait to read more of their exploits.
Not terrible, but not great, readable. Few good griping moments in the first 2, enough to make me buy the 3rd one, which is what these books are very good at doing.
So it's a good start to a series.
A must read for all Walking Dead fans!
The characters are interesting and have a passion for guns, shooting prairie dogs, and their faith. But in this case, they end up shooting a lot more than just prairie dogs.
Zombie apocalypse thrillers certainly seem to be popular but this one seems to have a unique twist, making it stand out from the crowd, so well done to Joshua Chadd. The author is a Christian and blends his Christian beliefs into the story of families trying to survive a zombie apocalyptic world. He also touches on the complicated issues families would have to deal with destroying these creatures. I would recommend this book to those who like reading fast-paced Christian fiction - specifically zombie thrillers.