Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 9th 2006
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Dead World (#1)
Perhaps it is just me, maybe I have read one too many zombie books (although I don't think so), but this was just more zombie filler. Nothing new, some action but nothing exciting. Too routine, it was far to easy to know that a character was not going to make it long before they got swarmed by a p...
Rating: 3 of 5 Typical zombie fiction: action-packed, moderate gore, fast-paced plot, and so-so character development. For anyone looking for pure entertainment, Dead City would certainly suffice. Side note: This was my first Joe McKinney book.
You know how clothing addicts have those 'I've nothing to wear!!!' tantrums whilst standing in front of an overflowing wardrobe? Well the other day I had a similar moment, replacing the wardrobe with my bookshelf, stamping my feet and saying 'I've nothing to read - I want zombies!!!!'. So I picked u...
For my full-length review, please visit Casual Debris.Nothing earth-shattering, McKinney nonetheless manages to fuse his book with violent urban zombie adventure and a few scattered comments on the decline of modern society. There were elements I liked and elements I liked less, but I appreciate his...
2.75 Stars - A simple zombie novel. You don't need a big brain to read this one~