Start intercept: Sporadic reports indicate chaos and violence spreading through U.S. cities. An unknown evil is sweeping the planet. The dead are rising to claim the Earth as the new dominant species in the food chain. Intercept complete.
In your hands is the handwritten journal depicting one man's struggle for survival. Trapped in the midst of global disaster, he must make decisions; choices that ultimately mean life, or the eternal curse to walk as one of them. Enter, if you will, into the world of the undead.
©2009 J.L. Bourne; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
"There is zombie fiction and then there is crawl-out-of-the-grave-and-drag-you-to-hell zombie fiction. Day by Day Armageddon is hands down the best zombie book I have ever read. Dawn of the Dead meets 28 Days Later doesn't even come close to describing how fantastic this thriller is. It is so real, so terrifying, and so well written that I slept with not one, but two loaded Glocks under my pillow for weeks afterwards. J. L. Bourne is the new king of hardcore zombie action!" (Brad Thor, New York Times #1 best-selling author)
This is the best zombie novel I have ever read. I love the timeline format this read keeps you wanting more I wish they would do the third book!
The story is very well told. Each day in the journal builds and builds.
My favorite part about the story is that the characters are very believable and you find yourself questioning your own survival tactics.
The narrator does a great job. This book doesn't need exaggerated voice acting. It feels more real that way.
The author! He is outstanding!
Give this book a chance! You will be happy you did. --> StevenX
I've already listened to it twice.
World War Z was also a great book. The second book of this series is even better than the first so make sure to check that out after listening to this one.
The story is told through the eyes of a military officer and Snyder's voice fits that perfectly.
i wish this guy would continue this book. it seemed another perspective from someone else who survived a zombie outbreak...kinda like a side story to the walking dead characters..
This is the best zombie book ever. It is non stop action and excitement. I simply could not stop listening, and as soon as I'd finish DBDA1 I downloaded the sequal. Great Fun!
Bourne has written a tidy little zombie story here with a new twist; first person narrative. The daily diary reveals the unfolding events in a more immediate and personal way as compared to most of todays tiresome undead novels and stories. Snyder reads as if he has just uncovered the diary and is sharing it with us.
Entertaining, suspensful, disappointed
sneaking in the boat to get food and shooting a zombie with kill me on his apron.
He tone was straight on, the way he protrayed the various moments of hysteria
Not really an extreme reaction, but it did scare me a time or two, making me sit on the edge of my chair hoping everything turned out all right. I did hooray when he took down the gang making threats against his group.
I have never read a Zombie book until this one. I was hesitant at first but it was highly recommeded to me. I love the way it was written. While all things have to come to an end, I wish it could have gone on. But it left to the imagination who was the winner in the zombie war.
The story gets you involved, as soon as things start to bad (at the beginning of the story of course) you're drawn in first of all by Jay Snyder's great performance. I was truly impressed by the overall experience.
Looking forward to the second book.
I would recommend this book to anyone who's read
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Overall, I enjoyed Jay Snyder's performance. He kept the story flowing and made it very interesting.
My Zombie Diary.
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