- File Size: 485 KB
- Print Length: 239 pages
- Publication Date: September 26, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009HNKE3O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #513,891 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Plague Zone Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I am not against his 13 Bullets story or anything else, but when he does throw his zombie fans a bone, I would hope that he put more into it. I will wait eagerly for the next one, and I will get it with the hope that the Wellington I am a huge fan of will return.
He's nerdy and quite intelligent and his personality in the book is rather believable though he didn't have much to say as he finally made new acquaintances, but he was always thinking and plotting how to worm his way out of difficult occurrences and stay focused on his mission of revenge.
Now, remember, while I am a girl, it's only natural that I make a comment like the one following this statement! I love action-packed Zombie novels just as much as any other person, but here's a little slip of the girl talk; he strikes me as a cool, collected man and while he may be calm in nature, he is the fierce protector, a loyal family man that any woman would be lucky enough to have; and he proves that by the measures he takes to accomplish his revenge on his dead family...
But before I spoil anything past this little quip...here is my review.
After accomplishing a full day at the annual American Library Association conference in Chicago Tim--our hero in this thrilling-ride of a book-- returns to his hotel room and flips on the television and is in disbelief when breaking news reports that a horrendous, flesh-eating plague has broken out in his home town of Seattle.
Upon closer examination of the streams of live video feed, a tricky play of fate bestows him a brutal scene of his neighbor tearing out Tim’s wife from the their car as their son fights for his life in the back seat.Read more ›
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Okay so this book has our main character Tim is making his way north from California to Seattle. He saw his wife be attacked by a zombie on TV during a broadcast that was nationwide. So he is determined to go back home, find the zombie that killed his wife and kill that zombie to get revenge.
While that's not a bad story idea, the story does have it's short comings. For example, I don't like when authors use the "Sadistic Military Official," as a villain. However this time it was done right. We have Colonel Horne, a man who is charged with securing Seattle and making it safe for re-occupation. This antagonist was just perfectly written, I could almost feel Tim's hatred for the man radiating from my Kindle.
Tim is captured and taken in by Horne. Horne is such a sadistic man that won't let Tim go get his revenge so he is forced to stay in the safe area. However he breaks out and goes to look for his wife's killer. What doesn't make sense is that in order to trick Tim into coming back, Horne dresses a kid up to look like Tim's child and brings him to show Tim. Tim is fooled and thinks this is his child. Not one parent that I know would EVER mistake someone else's child for their own. So that part is not very realistic.
I did like very much that Tim knew that RFID chips are not a GPS tracking device and that Horne was lying about them. Everyone I meet thinks that they can be tracked by them but it's good to see that this character had a brain in his head and knew they weren't.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good plot. Desperately needs editing. There are mistakes that detract from the storyline; but, interesting take on an overdone genre.Published 1 month ago by sunnydaze831
If you like "zombie" stories you will enjoy this one. Good character development and physical description of the diseased people and their strange behaviour.Published 1 month ago by Erika Nelson
I borrowed this through my Amazon Prime membership. I wanted to read it largely on the strength of the short stories David Wellington had written for the Apocalypse Triptych and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Charles Jackson
It was an okay story, that ended very suddenly and that kind of pissed me off. I loved the monster island series and this one was nowhere close to as good as that book! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kieff
Love it would like to read more like it soon. It kept you guessing if he would make and if the boy was alive.Published 12 months ago by Lynn Skimehorn
The story was interesting in that it was not your same old "zombies overrun the world". This story described a disease which didn't kill people, it infected them and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael Phillip Kowski