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- File size : 3485 KB
- Publication date : January 16, 2014
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 405 pages
- ASIN : B003A022YO
- Publisher : DevilDog Press LLC; 3rd edition (January 16, 2014)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #66,141 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I could relate to several of the characters. The fact that this is a zombie, vampire book was a good twist and combo.
I have already recommended this to a few people and I thought this would be the best way to recommend it to more.
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Yet again another great idea to how it starts with the CDC releasing untested vaccines during a flu epidemic...under pressure from the government...of course....
Fast paced, extremely well written and composed, well balanced and so compelling you cant stop reading. I was oblivious to my surroundings for nearly 5 hours one night and 4 the next...good job nothing apocalyptic happened... ;-)
Mark has nailed his characters as I really have taken to Mike Talbot the main protagonist who is a lovable rogue, ex-marine and self confessed survivalist who has been collecting weapons for years...just incase...! He adores his a wife and kids and his gorgeous farting bulldog dog Henry.
The storyline has been written in the 1st person as a journal making it easy to just pickup and read when you have the time, but believe me your gonna need time as you wont want to put this down.
Mark has created Mike as a very down to earth relatable guy with a fantastic sense of humour, often mirroring my own thoughts. A funny side is that this ex-tough guy is a germophobe giving a fun edge to this new life. Im not keen on the wife who seems to treat him like crap alot of the time with snide remarks; but of course this can be quite realistic in some families. But certainly not a mirror on most modern women as I just want to slap her. Of course a sign of a good writer when its so believable.
This first book is gory, horrific and quite scary in places; as the family are holedup with other survivors who have formed their "safehaven" which they spend all their time protecting and scavenging for supplies. I love Mikes comical, caring and dog-loving side..yay finally someone who cant easily leave mans best friend to the fate of the zombies. But he also has a no nonsense way about him stemming from the marines which is quite endearing. Definitely the sort of guy you want around when the zombies arrive...note I said when....?
Mark has added some brilliant twists to this storyline by adding Tommy a great natured kid who is a little slow with an incredible gift of foresight saving their lives a few times with his strange warnings and his quirky chocoholic nature. Plus an unusual female zombie who he is naturally drawn to and is drawn to him who also seems to add her warnings...is she on his side or leading him into a death trap...see why I couldn't put this down.
Highly recomended apocalyptic paranormal horror for all of you who love their walking dead and zombie fiction and want a longer storyline, the books are full novels not short stories which I definitely prefer. I love to get immersed in a book and a longer ongoing storyline like this, knowing there are a few more books to get through. Im already on book 2 so look out for my review of that coming soon.
A Dead good read!
Brian Lumley it's time to move over there's a new master in town.
The balance of humour and subject matter had me finishing this in a few hours, I couldn't put it down. OK, so grammatically it wasn't top notch. But the laughs more than made up for it. That internal dialogue is something akin to my own. I can't wait to get my teeth into the next installment. Which yeah, is right about now.
Hats off for delivering an entertaining and easy read about something I'm rubbish at stomaching. I may even be on the road to recovery!