What if the world ended tomorrow? What would you do? Would you be able to survive? The Zombie Plagues books follow a small group of men and women as they struggle to survive on a vastly changed earth, where the dead sometimes do not remain dead. Follow along as they try to rebuild their own lives as they rebuild their world.
A great change was coming to the Earth. Catastrophe was about to change everything her people took for granted. It made some wish for death, but death was no longer a guarantee. For some death had become some other sort of life. A life they could not easily leave.
Several lone survivors live through what will become the dawn of a new world. The only thing these people had in common is that they all lived in the same small city in upstate New York. Before the week was out they would be thrust together in a struggle for survival. Before the month was out those that survived would begin to seek others who had lived through the catastrophe that had blighted the Earth. Looking for ways to stay alive...
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Very solid read. I liked the atypical approach of zombies starting slow and gaining steam coupled with few survivors.
The book may be 758 pages, but in actuality, it's probably 300 pages of new story. It's more about an apocalypse of some sort than Zombies. Maybe the Zombie plague will be more prevalent in later issues, but I'll never know. This one book was enough. They tell the story, and then each and every character tells the same exact story from their point of view in a journal that each one is writing. YAWN. Like I said, very repetitive and SLOW. I found myself flipping past the journal pages just to get back to the story.
Needs editing, polishing
Entertaining and very quick read. There are lots of grammatical and spelling problems, parts where sentences are incomplete which can turn one off a bit as a reader if one doesn't know that this book is self published. That being said...
The story itself is intriguing. The idea of zombies being somewhat sentient isn't knew but compelling nonetheless. The conflicts represented can sometimes be hard to follow in terms of the description perhaps due to the starkness of the writing however it is still a good read.
I am going to purchase the next book to see where it goes.hopefully Mr. dell will evolve as a writer and flesh out his story.