Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End
The dead rise… A mysterious incident in Russia, a blip buried in the news—it’s the only warning humanity receives that civilization will soon be destroyed by a single, voracious virus that creates monsters of men. Humanity falls… A lawyer, still grieving over the death of his young wife, begins... show more
The dead rise… A mysterious incident in Russia, a blip buried in the news—it’s the only warning humanity receives that civilization will soon be destroyed by a single, voracious virus that creates monsters of men. Humanity falls… A lawyer, still grieving over the death of his young wife, begins to write as a form of therapy. Bur he never expected that his anonymous blog would ultimately record humanity’s last days. The end of the world has begun… Governments scramble to stop the zombie virus, people panic, so-called “Safe Havens” are established, the world erupts into chaos; soon it’s every man, woman, and child for themselves. Armed only with makeshift weapons and the will to live, a lone survivor will give mankind one last chance against… Apocalypse Z
Publish date: October 23rd 2012
Publisher: Amazon Crossing
Pages no: 397
Edition language: English
Series: Apocalipsis Z (#1)
This was fun -- we see the end of the world come through one regular guy's blog posts and journal entries. The writing was a little stiff sometimes, but that might be because of a) the translation or b) the character, who doesn't seem like the type who would be waxing lyrical and poetic. So the writ...
Stronger in the end it still started weaker and more drawn out. Quite possibly because this started as a blog. I liked or in the end. A lot of dispelling of belief and ignoring glaring ridiculous accounts I still can say I liked it. Enough to buy book two.
There are many books written in diary format in zombie-world, and very few of them that I particularly enjoyed. If I had known that Apocalypse Z was written as a diary, I therefore probably would have passed it over, but I'm glad I didn't. I believe that the name of the main character is never revea...
Ever since I read [b:World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War|8908|World War Z An Oral History of the Zombie War|Max Brooks|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1320398267s/8908.jpg|817], reading PA zombie fiction has become one of my guilty pleasures. Whenever I feel like I am having a "reader's blo...
It's not bad but I got about 1/4 into it and it was feeling like another mostly generic zombie novel.