The Media man
The Quintessence of Zombie Fiction!
How would you survive the end of the world?
This book griped me like almost no other. I first listened to it a few months ago; and, since then, I have listen to it many many times. The journal-style of narrative immersed me in the mind of a common main experiencing uncommon circumstances in a way I never thought possible. I would recommend this book to anything without any hesitation! None whatsoever!
The narration was brilliant. I'd rather have this in audio format than print.
I was shocked they brought the dog. The story seemed more real to me because of it.
He made me see the story unfold.
I love the insight of protagonist and the choices he had to make.
I recommend this book to any zombie cultist.
I've been on something of a post-apoc kick lately, and I was a bit hesitant to buy this one but the comments from others won and I bought it. I am glad I did! It has a great story with good narration. The only thing I didn't like about this book was the ending. It just...ends. It doesn't wrap anything up, just leaves you hanging like it's the end of a chapter. I guess I'll have to download the next one in order to find out what happens to the characters.
Been on an apocalyptic/zombie kick lately and I found this novel to be a truly unique perspective.
This book was so engaging I spent way too much time in driveway and could not pull away. Yes it's another zombie book but its delivery as a journal entry gave me a twist I really enjoyed. I was surprised how well the author kept me on my toes a in some cases terrified me.
No regrets on purchase and I hope sequels are as good as the first installment.
I loved the survivalist story line. Most of the book is about a single character which brings a lot of realism to the story.
Survivalist zombie fans will love this one. One man's journey through the apocalypse. The story is told in a journal format which adds a good texture to the story. I'd definitely recommend to fan's of the genre.
This was a good bit of zed-lit. Initially I was hesitant, because the build up to the armageddon was a bit weak, but ultimately it was really good and fairly fresh... (theweak lead up was forgivable, because zombie books are not read for the fore-play). I liked the emphasis on stealth rather than fighting the zombies, and the accurate knowledge of weapons and tactics.
I could have done without the irradiated zombies, but thats my only other gripe, and it was not something that I would consider it a detraction--just a different preference.
I don't give spoilers
How I love the Zombie Apocalypse. This is one of my top 10 series in the genre. If not all but most Zombie books are roughly the same. And many reviews on here will mislead you with words like (brings nothing new to the genre or unoriginal story line) which in turn pisses me off. There books about Zombies!!! If you change much more then Speed of the zombies or how they came about then there not ZOMBIES anymore. Alright that said Book 1&2 are great full marks If your a fellow zombie lover it's a must have. Unfortunately book 3 makes me want to puke, not that it's not alright, it is OK. But next to the first two books it looks like a steaming pile.
Probably not. I wasn't a fan of the writing style. WAY too detailed.
The survival aspects were interesting but parts of it were too convenient. What are the chances they find a secret bunker....and it happens to be unlocked...There were too many details about the wrong things. I understand that it is supposed to be written in journal form but there's a better way to do it without dragging on an on.
It was well read in a way that wasn't too corny.
I wasn't expecting much when I started this book, but I was hooked right away. The ONLY thing I didn't like about this book was that it ended!
Love the "journal-style" narrative of the book. It also has a good plot line that doesn't focus on the gore and disgust of zombies but progresses in a good manner.