I would say this book ranks mid to high for zombie stories for me. 7.5 out of 10
Worth the credit. The second book is also good. I can't wait for the third book to be released. The only negative thing would be the timeline seems to slow way down at a few points. It could be a long series but that would be cool with me.
I loved all the info and the author seems to have done his homework. The part that drove me crazy is all the religious points. It would have been an excellent book without all the useless God talk. Every time, and it was often, the author mentioned someone's religion, prayers, morals and quoting the bible, it just ruined it for me. Honestly, instead of mentioning the endless religious aspects, I would have rather he described bowel movements in great detail. If he did that it would have been more tolerable. Do people really live like that? All the good people in the book were religious. All the bad were not. As with the majority of the people on the planet, I am not American. I understand the concept the author was trying to get across but really are Americans actually that freedom loving that they will kill, starve and see their loved ones die just because of gun control and refusing to pay their debts to the world? Seems far fetched but who knows eh. I purchased the second book at the same time as this one. If there is half the God crap I'm going to loose it.
This book was just as good or even better than the first. I enjoyed where and how the story unfolded. A good zombie fix awaits:) I want the third book ASAP!
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