The Zombie Chronicles 3: Ascension [NOOK Book]

Overview

Max barely made it out of Chicago alive and was looking forward to a long recovery in Iowa with his kids. Picked up by Colonel Draper he expected a quick return to his friend Bill’s home and chance to catch his breath. It is not to be, however, and he is compelled to use his abilities to go on one last mission; to find the Zombie-master, the man responsible for creating the outbreak.

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Overview

Max barely made it out of Chicago alive and was looking forward to a long recovery in Iowa with his kids. Picked up by Colonel Draper he expected a quick return to his friend Bill’s home and chance to catch his breath. It is not to be, however, and he is compelled to use his abilities to go on one last mission; to find the Zombie-master, the man responsible for creating the outbreak.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011282416
  • Publisher: Mark Clodi
  • Publication date: 4/26/2011
  • Series: Zombie Chronicles , #3
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 93,835
  • File size: 895 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Clodi (born March 30th, 1969) is the author of many zombie apocalypse novels and short stories. At an early age Mark was hooked on fantasy and the pulp fiction of the 'Golden Age of Science Fiction'. While moving around the mid-west with his parents he continued to feed his frenzied reading by buying fiction at yard sales and utilizing the local libraries. The thought of actually becoming a writer struck him at an early age, but he never followed through on his dream until he was much older and 'settled in' to a career as a computer programmer. His writing started one day while trading emails back and forth with Mike Keleman, the co-author of his first book. They started assigning chapter numbers to the emails and the rest, as they say, is history.He lives in a small town in Iowa in the United States with his wife, two daughters, three dogs and two cats. On any given Saturday night no matter what the temperature, rain or shine, you can find him on the rough 'man-deck' behind his house grilling, reading and listening to the radio by the light of an L.E.D. light.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2012

    Better

    Just when Codi gets a good grasp of his editing and writing skills, the series ends. Definitely the best of the trilogy but not without its faults. Action scenes were still a little chaotic (not in a good way), dialogue was unrealistic (no one in the military spells out acronyms), and a lot of character actions were overly explained (I don't care why they pick one vehicle over another). Readers should hit up the short stories before this one as they provide more insight into how it all started.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2013

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    Very good read !!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2012

    an awesome read!

    I hated the ending but other than that - it was spine tingling and nerve wracking - there was a surprise twist or two. Great writer - made sense and no typos!

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  • Posted July 6, 2011

    Good buy

    Just look at the others

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