Really Really fun. I just wish more was accomplished in the first book with story progression, but hey, that's what book 2 is for!
The book has a very shallow plot, no large developments or twists, just a slow description of survival in a standard zombie apocalypse.
This is not a story about prepairedness or emergency planning, this is inane hyper-religious babble.... Don't believe me? The story ends 100 years in the future and the Christians are again, to the delight of the character at the time, waging crusades again. This is a waste of time and a credit, will be asking for a return.
Very drawn out, with very little to keep the reader interested. The story could have been half the length and been much better. Good stories are the ones you want to keep reading or can't put down, it felt like a chore to have to listen to this again until the next credit was ready. Couple all this with the fact that the narrator is annoying and it just isn't entertaining. I can't understand why this has such a high rating, but I'm sad it does because I was tricked into getting it.
It was not really a zombie novel which really irritated me, it was more of a ghost story with supernatural powers at work. It was more like King's The Stand, than a good zombie book, I would not recommend this for zombie enthusiasts, but more for people looking for a general humor/horror combo.
Much more serious than other zombie books, very entertaining throughout. It could use more detail and explanation as well as character development, but it was an entertaining short book that will sate your zombie thirst until DBDA III or The Morningstar Strain III is delivered.
Don't want to say anything and risk giving anything away, you need to hear this!
The premise of the story is informative at its base. This is NOT a book for people who wish to learn anything about EMP, it is simply a story about what might happen to a society after that event. I also object to presupposition in the book that the society in question acted appropriately and in a manor that embodies any ideal of what one would hope to see in a crisis. It is the typical authoritarian - live under government edict - response to a disaster, if anything this book should serve more as a warning of what government officials might do in the case of disaster, never mind the disaster itself.
This story really adds nothing to the post apocalyptic genre, it is seemingly ONLY about the relationship between father and son, which isn't even explored that well. I would not recommend this book to anyone. Lacking in heroes in part and in whole.
Yes, and I tried, but its hard to while seeing patients, they prefer that you listen to them.
This was a very good story, only lacking in its delivery of actually useful information. It could have used more research and input of realistic facts or detail, but overall it was a very entertaining story.
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