"my favorite post apoc. deals with e.m.p - electro-magnetic pulse - bombs that destroy all electroics and send you back into the dark ages pretty much as you fight to survive with no electronics of any kind."
"one of my top favorite post-apocs. a vampire/zombie/wearwolf weird kinda mutant is the plague but it's again, not overwhelming. more so the story of various people all interlinked trying to survive in dystopian society. very long, like 800 pages but all worth it."
"i am not usually a zombie fan -sorry world war z - but this one is great. doesnt forcus too much on zombies, moreso on this young girls' survival. written in the same southern-style of speaking, a bit less educated (character not author) as the chaos walking series is). very beautiful."
"intended for young readers but adults will love it and i'm not sure i'd let a younger reader get at this one til they were alittle more mature. dystopian where all the woman in a town are killed and just men live and every thought they think is able to be heard by everyone else."
"my first dystopian and will always hold a special place in my heart. deals with illiteracy and 1 person left who is a writer and a boy with seizures - i too have them so also another soft spot for me. for young readers but older readers will enjoy this quick read."
"a popular new young adult post-apoc for a reason. this book has a touch of gladiator verses lord of the flies. 2 children from each dystopian city are made to compete to the death in an arena. bk 1 of 3 and wow."
"my 2nd ever post-apoc read. for teens but it's definately mature reading. only adult left survived in a computer as children are harvested for body parts to put in battle robots and a group of kids try to survive. very touching"
"the all-time poster child of the post apoc. while i think there are much better ones out there, it's stil standard reading for our genre - like dracula is for vampire people. it's good but not as good as people make it sound. sorry people."
"good but long and oftentimes you feel youre reading a bio book. deals with the flooding of the world. i learned alot but it's defiantely not "fluff fun read" and it will not have you at the edge of your seat."