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by J.L. Bourne, Jay Snyder
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larskongsrud rated it 7 years ago
En fortsættelse af bog 1, ikke den store udvikling.
MizNikki rated it 7 years ago
Too much military. The reasoning behind it all was not worthy of the epidemic. Not for me.
AudiobookReviewer rated it 7 years ago
Read my full review here: http://audiobibliophile.co/audiobook-review/beyond-exile-day-by-day-armageddon/
Intensely Focused
Intensely Focused rated it 9 years ago
I didn't like this book as much as the first one. It was more predictable and seemed to have more zombie fiction cliches. I'm not terribly excited about the direction of the next book but I'll still read it.
Author Amanda Young Says
Author Amanda Young Says rated it 9 years ago
An interesting read, but it fell short of my expectations.
angelalivingston rated it 9 years ago
This is a sequel to J. L. Bourne's Day by Day Armageddon. From my understanding it picks up right where the first book leaves off. I didn't read the first book but I now intend to after reading the sequel. The journal style of the book makes it read quickly, keeps my ADHD mind interested. If yo...
BookHounds rated it 9 years ago
This is a fast paced doomsday book that will appeal to those who enjoy a good combat book with Zombies (YAY!). It is written in a diary form that is easy to follow. I didn't read the first book and I think I need to go back and track down a copy. It didn't hurt the story since the beginning of th...
Books and Things
Books and Things rated it 9 years ago
If you like your zombies sweet, awkward in a dorky way with a little paranormal love going on, you will be very disappointed. If however, you love your zombies to be mean, hungry, disgusting with a lot of war like images then you will love this book. This book has a lot of military imagery and it ha...
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