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Posted September 9, 2013
Bought this based on the fact that I have never met a book authored by John Ringo that I didn't like, but I have to say I had some doubts. If I had read another zombie book where the main character is an idiot and survives on luck, I think I would print out the book and then rip each page into little strips and feed em to my worm farm for compost. Anyway, I am glad I bought this. Another good one from Ringo. Smart characters in a tough place. Can't wait for the next installment.
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Posted November 27, 2013
I was very hesitant to buy/read this based on "aw shucks, another *Zombie* tale? I was wrong. In fact, to me, this was the first actual possibility of zombism that made sense. I mean, if you're dead, you're not alive, right? If there's no blood flowing how do muscles get the nourishment they need? That's right, they don't. I've enjoyed the idiotic/fun "Day of.." movies in the past. But this wasn't those. It was (is) an incredibly frightening look at a very real possibility of world wide contagion. VERY believable! First book I've read nearly nonstop in years. Took two days because I had to go to work and then fell asleep arriving home. Then stayed up late AGAIN just to finish the book. One of the best Ringo has put out in my opinion. Right up there with the best of the Posleen series, Kildar, Wands and the Empire of Man. With this book John Ringo has begun an entire new series I'm sure I will be enjoying for years to come. Thanks John. For you fans of Ringo's prose and style you'll recognize scenes and statements reminiscent of Cally. And really, is that a bad thing? I think not. It's nice to believe that there are still young folks, as well as old that can kick tush. Be it Posleen or "zombie". I'm looking forward to the sequel coming out in a couple of months. Hopefully I'll be able to stretch it out to last maybe a week this time. LOL!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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Posted September 20, 2013
like all of ringo series. this new one is good too. staying out in ocean is different then reg zombie books cant wait for next one. working on my zombie prepper list nowWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 19, 2013
Posted September 16, 2013
The point of a sample is get some idea of the book (writing, content, anything). This book's sample version was 3 pages long. A title page, and three lines of text. The text wasn't even the book, but part of the description.
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Posted September 10, 2013
An intelligent and action packed approach to the zombie apocalypse. Unlike other authors mr. Ringo details the start and eventual decline of the apocalyptic maelstrom. Unlike others who give us only tapas tic characters with no hope fighting an endless stream of zombies, in this book we get the whole story without it ever leaving you wondering if an editor looked at the book. can't wait for the next installment hurry please.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 15, 2013
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