Crusade (Eden Series #2)

Crusade (Eden Series #2)

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by Tony Monchinski
     
 

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The world is dead.

Millions of flesh-hungry zombies roam the land, seeking out the last survivors.

Buddy, a pregnant Julie, Mickey, Gwen and Bear are refugees from Eden, seeking a better place. Along the way they face adversaries living and dead, and befriend new survivors, whose sole hope lies is the complete annihilation of the undead. Yet none suspects that

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The world is dead.

Millions of flesh-hungry zombies roam the land, seeking out the last survivors.

Buddy, a pregnant Julie, Mickey, Gwen and Bear are refugees from Eden, seeking a better place. Along the way they face adversaries living and dead, and befriend new survivors, whose sole hope lies is the complete annihilation of the undead. Yet none suspects that the true threat lies within their ranks.

The only chance humanity has is a total war--a crusade--against the zombie hordes. In a war of the living versus the dead, the stakes are high and only one side can emerge victorious!

Editorial Reviews

Scott Kenemore
If you are a fan of apocalyptic zombie survival novels–-with well-wrought and plentiful zombie killings–-you are likely to find that [CRUSADE] is right up your alley.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934861332
Publisher:
Permuted Press
Publication date:
06/30/2010
Series:
Eden Series, #2
Pages:
264
Sales rank:
481,459
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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Crusade (Eden Book 2) 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good follow up in the series. The main characters are definitely a group you care about and it's very interesting what ends up happening.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Decent beginning, falls apart at the end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's hard to find a decent zombie story nowadays. Perm. Press has a couple...this is a marginal example. It was hard to follow, had poor editing, and didn't seem like it was planned out at all. The ideas were good, but this story could've used a few more rewrites and another set of editing eyes. During the conversation scenes, I lost track of who was speaking. Also, was Sonya blind or deaf? It seemed to switch a couple times. The author must have spent time in the military; only vets would know or care for all the specifics and attention spent on the military hardware. I know it was over kill more often than not. Where the heck did all the characters carry the ammo they wasted? Max Brooks would probably never finish reading this fanfic of a book. Keep trying, man. You'll get better.
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DAVID SILVERMAN More than 1 year ago
Can we please have a third part!!!!!
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Joe-Sour More than 1 year ago
"Crusade" is a nice sequel to the series. Though written by a separate author (Monchinski instead of Arlin) it still has the gritty, gory action and suspensful moments as "Eden" but focuses more on character development. The story delves more into how a person's state of mind can become in a zombie apocalypse which is going well for the series; nice buildup for the trilogy (hoping there will be one). I also felt that it was a shorter read, mostly because of the amount of chapters but also because of the stories ability for continuity; which was much easier to understand than the first book. All and all I recommend it if you're a fan of the series. Can't wait for the next!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Eden part 2 was awful. I dont usually write reviews but I can't even get through 30 pages. Just killing zombies nothing else.
Shannon Stratton More than 1 year ago
Might+be+better+than+the+first%21+Where+is+the+third%21%3F
Nicholas79 More than 1 year ago
A fiction author should avoid injecting their personal political beliefs into a story. Especially if the author obviously rejects our founding and founding documents. I wish I'd known before purchasing this book that the author was a statist. He even goes so far as to quote "The Communist Manifesto" and tries to give it a positive spin. But on second thought, maybe the author will redistribute his profits..."From each according to his ability, to each according to his need"...Right Tony?