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Autumn: Purification

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  • Posted September 13, 2011

    non-stop, nail-biting, thrills!

    The best one in the series so far. I read this book in one sitting because I simply couldnt put it down. The survivors are forced from the underground military base after a botched attempt to clear air vents fails and the zombies overtake the soldiers. The survivors are once again on the move and no place is safe until they hear of an island and another survivor group that is clearing it of the dead. As with the other books in this series, I am anxiously awaiting the next book!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 12, 2011

    A dark, scary, gripping post-apocalyptic page turner!!!

    David Moody has done it again. He's made me rush through a book and now be depressed that it has ended. I want more! His unerringly frank and insightful depiction of the human mind and spirit is never more on display than in this story. When all is stripped away, the only thing that matters is survival. But is survival in a dead world worth it. In this story, we watch the survivors we have come to champion deal with this question on a daily basis. As they struggle to find a safe place to exist in a world filled with the walking dead, the questionable future is always in their mind. Survive for what? To what end? A dark, scary, gripping post-apocalyptic page turner. Another fantastic read from David Moody!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 18, 2011

    I highly recommend David Moody books!!!!

    In the last two weeks I've read 5 David Moody books and I'm mad at myself for flying through them so quickly! I need more!!!!!!!! If you love apocalyptic fiction, you'll love David Moody. Don't pass by these books without a second glance. They're fast paced, exciting, suspenseful and thrilling. I stayed up reading David Moody's books until the wee hours of the morning even when I had to get up for work early the next day. I just couldn't rip myself away from the characters plight. Awesome!!! A thousand thumbs up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2013

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    "Darkfrost?"

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    Posted July 9, 2013

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  • Posted June 26, 2012

    Where bad zombie movies come from

    I am embarrassed that I even bought this book. The first one was strangely compelling, and I found the second one on sale cheap, but I should have honestly stopped there. There is nothing really scary about these "bodies." They are weak and decaying. A few well-placed molotov cocktails applied regularly would have finished this series at book two (or sooner). Presumably the bodies are not reproducing. Eventually, efforts at getting rid of them would pay off. There is nothing scary about this book, that is, except the hypnotic repetitiveness of the narration. If I read one more time the long, drawn-out explanation of why the bodies were amassing near the survivors, I think perhaps I might have turned into a zombie-like creature myself. I remain flabbergasted that so many people appear to have thought this book was worth 4+ stars.

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  • Posted May 8, 2012

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    Loved it... I think the book was great.. Followed suit with the

    Loved it...

    I think the book was great.. Followed suit with the other one.. I am so looking forward to the next one.. I want to know what happens to everyone.. will there be more people out there found? what does he have in store for us.. I am hoping for more on Michael and Emma and Cooper.. I like me some Cooper.. lol..

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