Seven billion zombies. One man.
When the zombie apocalypse hits America, not a soul is left alive.
Except Amo. He's a comic book artist. He's a video game world builder. He's just a regular guy living in New York City, with only his wits, creativity, and basic decency to guide him.
He's alone against Seven billion zombies. Will he survive?
'Robinson Crusoe' meets the zombie apocalypse like you've never seen it before, packed with adventure, gore, and a mind-blowing twist. A tale of post-apocalyptic, zombie survival action that kicks off the Zombie Ocean series, continued in Book 2, The Lost. Burning questions will be raised and answered, like:
Would you survive? Measure yourself against Amo - scroll up and get your copy now.
If you like apocalyptic stories like I Am Legend, The Girl with All the Gifts, or The Walking Dead you will love this book.
©2016 Michael John Grist (P)2016 Michael John Grist
I am a hard core zombie fan and I can't say enough about this book! It was such a different take on the zombies and I really liked the different concept. Still full of blood and gore and zombie bits and pieces but it had a story line I didn't realize would be so appealing. I highly recommend adding this book to your collection!
I really enjoyed the twist in this apocalypse story. I listen to a lot of zombie books and it was nice to hear something different. I wonder how this will continue! The narrator does a great job.
The writer was severely confused by his own storyline. Inconsistencies and the pervasive lack of logic in story, and the bizarre concepts left and immature reasoning left any intelligent reader confused and dissatisfied. This made this one of the worst books in the genre.
love to write and listen to zombie books. the ones where survivors band together, all time fave Were Alive, fave character; Burt. cheers!
I think this book is better suited for someone who really doesn't like zombies. it was just not a good read for a true zombie fan. I can't even finish it I think I might see if I can return this one.
never right another zombie book
he was good he just didn't have good material
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