This Would Be Paradise

This Would Be Paradise

by N. D. Iverson

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BN ID: 2940152778687
Publisher: N. D. Iverson
Publication date: 12/28/2015
Series: This Would Be Paradise , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 433 KB

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This Would Be Paradise 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book on Wattpad and I can honestly say this is the best zombie apocalypse book I have ever read. I have been with this book since N.D Iverson first started writing it on Wattpad, and I am a dedicated reader. I follow up with her on wattpad, and talk with her through comments
Ej_Reasor More than 1 year ago
I honestly never would have thought that there was another book that I would love as much as the Percy Jackson books until I found this phenomenal author on wattpad called N_D_Iverson. What grabbed my attention was the fact that this author put so much personality into her characters and so much detail into describing. Really, N. D. Iverson really put some time and effort into into the book, like to the point where it feels like you aren't even reading anymore, it felt like you are actually watching a movie. The good part for he lucky person that gets the book is that they actually get to binge read if they feel like it. I had to wait every week for a chapter and every chapter made me look toward to next week. I really wish there was a ten star option cause this author deserves way more than five stars! If you see this N. D. Iverson, I just want you to know that I greatly appreciate your work and I definitely look forward to book three!
Amys_Bookshelf_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Zombies! Yes, this is a book about Zombies, and the fight to retain a human form. It's an interesting book. Taking place in New Orleans, it gives a new twist on Zombies. The characters are unique, as Bailey and Zoe are from Canada, but fighting Zombies in NOLA. This is a good start for the author, as its her first book. I will definitely read the second volume to come.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was awesome. I liked the author way with words and how she describes it neverleaving out a detail
Boundlessbookreviews More than 1 year ago
I think this is one of the better zombie/dystopian books I've read. Starting off it was exciting and really the excitement didn't end. It was full of horror, the gory detail felt real. In a situation such as this, it's always a question of whose more dangerous. The infected or the un-infected? Bailey wakes up in her hotel room, having no idea of the horrors waiting for her outside. After a run in with one of the infected. She meets up with her bff Zoe. The two take to the streets to get some aid. But like you would think, going to the hospital at a time such as this one. Not a very good idea. Through out the casts of characters come into play. You grow close to them as Bailey has and there's always that thought in the back of your head, whose really going to make it? I can't imagine having to go through such a Thing and being so far away from home. I mean you really have nothing. You don't know how your family is. Your old life just doesn't exists. I really enjoyed this story and it will be interesting to see what happens with Bailey and the rest of the group. The writing was well done, so at no time was I bored with it. And hey if you've been following my reviews, you know I love me some Zombies. ...Lissa
twimom101 More than 1 year ago
Bailey is just waking up with the worst hangover ever. Mardi Gras will do that to a person. But after nearly being eaten by a person down in the hotel lobby, Bailey is starting to wonder if maybe she had more than just drinks last night. What in the world is going on? As her and Zoe manage to seek out answers and get out of New Orleans, they realize it will be a fight for their lives. A fight they may not win. Or survive. I tried to like the main character, Bailey, but just couldn't bring myself to do it. I could never figure out how her and Zoe were friends when she treated Zoe like crap. Bailey tried to come off like she is this sarcastic person. But there are funny sarcastic people...then there are the rude as crap sarcastic people. And Bailey was the latter. The kind of person no one likes to be around. I just didn't like her and I didn't connect with her. Other than my feels (or lack thereof) for Bailey, I did enjoy the story. It's zombies after all. But I felt the characters had it a bit too easy at times finding supplies and getting around. I just don't think in an apocalyptic world things will be that easy. But I still enjoyed the author's telling of what she thinks will happen in a zom apoc. In the end, it was a good story and had me hooked pretty much the entire book. It had me wanting more when I was away from the book and it gave me a hard time when I had to set it down. I look forward to seeing what will happen in the next one and hope everything works out for everyone. At the moment it is not looking very. 4 Stars!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Tiffany Davis for Readers' Favorite A graduation trip to New Orleans for Bailey and Zoe turns into a disaster for heroine Bailey in this novel. After a long night of partying, Bailey becomes suspicious about the staff at her hotel when no one answers the telephone for room service. Suffering a serious hangover, Bailey goes to the lobby, only to realize that a viral epidemic has taken over and a major side effect is violent behavior and zombie like behavior. N.D. Iverson does a great job of pulling the reader into This Would be Paradise. This book is full of blood and gore, yet you can’t help but love all the fast paced excitement. After they realize they are under attack, Bailey gathers together a team of uninfected people and everyone hunts for supplies before they take refuge from the zombies. The twists and turns of This Would be Paradise by N.D. Iverson drew me in from chapter one. Bailey being such a strong character made the storyline that much more interesting, because she was determined to live and not be infected by the zombies. Throughout the entire novel, Bailey was looking for ways to stay alive while in the back of her mind wondering if she was infected by the scratches she obtained in the hotel cafeteria. The eagerness of 9-year-old Chloe gave the story a spin as she proved to be an asset because of her knowledge about zombies. This novel is easy to read and very entertaining.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loooooooved reading this book so much.