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Annihilation - Utter Destruction Amanda Peterson's Zombie Action and Adventure Series Will Leave You Clinging To The Edge Of Your Seats

Annihilation - Utter Destruction is a Zombie Novella or Episodic series, much like your favorite TV show's episodes.

Clarksville was a quiet community in the mountains of New Hampshire until some of the citizens started dying unexpectedly and then they came back to life as flesh-eating zombies. They are attracted by noise but they also go back to areas that are familiar to them in their past life. The zombies walk aimlessly around until they hear a noise or smell a human.

The community started out being separated but they are working their way together because there is strength in numbers. Join the community on their search for other survivors and a place they can stay that is secure and save. They will run into different obstacles along the way.

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  • Michelle
  • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, United States
  • 11-03-15

Zombie apocalypse, sort of.

I am sorry to have to say this, but I do not recommend this book, or its sequel. The writing style is undeveloped. It is what I would expect of a junior high school student, not an adult. The chauvinistic attitude displayed here is beyond belief, especially coming from a female author. The women stay in the car while the men do everything. When there are discussions to be held, or plans to be made, the men do it without the women. The women don't even speak up. The survivors display limited intelligence or survival skills. The only redeeming feature of the story is that the narrator did as good a job as could be expected, given the material she had to work with. My advice, don't waste your credit.

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