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Eye Witness: Zombie #2020

Eye Witness Zombie THE DEAD WALK Slip into the skin of common men and women and experience the horror through their eyes Follow the Zombie Apocalypse from its initial stages to the brink of the abyss and over into the

  • Title: Eye Witness: Zombie
  • Author: T.W. Brown Andrew Black John McCuaig Stephanie Kincaid Kris Ashton
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Eye Witness: Zombie By T.W. Brown Andrew Black John McCuaig Stephanie Kincaid Kris Ashton, THE DEAD WALK Slip into the skin of common men and women and experience the horror through their eyes Follow the Zombie Apocalypse from its initial stages to the brink of the abyss, and over into the pits of an unthinkable Hell on Earth Tune into your local stations for the latest updates or stay here and follow the story as it unfolds on

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    1. This is the first physical book to feature one of my short stories, Embedded, the tale of a journalist recounting his travel with a military unit in the midst of a zombie war The book has a number of really good stories, and the work put in by May December Publications was top notch.I d highly recommend this book, not just because I m in it, but because it s a wonderfully wicked collection of zombie tales that will put you in mind of Romero s Night, O Bannon s Return, and even Mr Brooks WWZ.

    2. EYE WITNESS ZOMBIE is an anthology of zombie fiction with an eye to journalistic accounts of the apocalypse The stories are all well written and true to modern zombie lore As can be expected of short zombie tales the gore is heavy and the chacacterizations are slim.I found this collection to be kind of depressing to read story after story Getting in the trenches accounts of the action often then not leads to death Reading that time and again gives absence of hope Ultimately a feeling of doom eb [...]

    3. Overall, a good anthology All the stories were readable, but if I had to pick favorites, I d have to say I enjoyed Childish Things by William Wood I like a bit of absurdity thrown in, and that story had a bit I also liked Sean Hoade s Dead Man s Hand.

    4. For a debut anthology for this now well established publisher editor author, its Amazing yes, with a capital A to be able to bring all these wonderful authors together, with such differing styles and then lay them out in such a great order Brilliant And THEN to add this line in the prologue if you find an error, please feel free to email the mistake I think shows the strength, dignity, courage and grounding this team has They still carry this on, several series and anthologies later Another Amaz [...]

    5. Please keep in mind that when reading this review that it may be a little bias based on the the sheer fact that I LOVE ZOMBIES I have read many zombie books and anthologies and this is one of the better ones that i have read The gore factor in this collection alone is enough a reason to rave about this anthology The stories were great and there was something for everyone But like every anthology, there are some stories that because of their short length, lack in details and plot development Even [...]

    6. Don t bother.This collection was almost enough to make me abandon the zombie apocalypse genre There were a few imaginative and absurd moments that kept me from lowering my opinion even further Horrible dialogue, predictable scenarios, same characters with different names in each story, and so on

    7. I have thoroughly enjoyed T.W Brown s Zomblog series The journal style of his novel flows well and makes you want to keep reading so than even World War Z Brown does an outstanding job of bringing the characters to life and making the reader feel for them.

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