2 edition of Diario de una invasión zombie found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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Gas (Applications for Licences and Extensions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996 (Statutory Rule: 1996: 447)
Many post-apocalyptic book deal with the threat of people, but this one really was more about one man vs Diario de una invasión zombie zombie horde. Why is he telling himself this? At least that's not I interpret it.
The MC is a navy pilot, ready and willing to make the choices that need to made for his own survival. In particular, the error that kept popping up was this: Zombies should be wandering around. But as raw as it is. I do not expect authors to be good spellers. In particular, the error that kept popping up was this: Zombies should be wandering around.
breakdown of society, media blackouts and the extents the US government ultimately took to eradicate the disease. I don't think I'm the overly critical sort. The only drawback to this style is knowing that he survived the scene he is documenting. And right there, that hinge-y part, is where the author failed to tighten the screws, and the whole thing fell apart almost as soon as I opened it up.
I guess I can only explain the majority of Amazon users' glowing appraisals with the fact that Bourne has some interesting ideas. It's nothing that really breaks any mold. "I miss my sisters, Jenny and Mandy. There is no real sense of danger at all - not from zombies and other human survivors. You irrationally hate them or you realize that it's not their fault for being undead?
I think the author could have more easily drawn me into the story if I wasn't constantly rolling my eyes at his writing style.
Bourne does this just fine.
I also can't stand how the main character regards the zombies.