Dead Inside: Do Not Enter: Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse
'Post Secret' meets 'World War Z' in this chilling vision of the fallout following a global zombie pandemic. A gradual mutation of a virulent strain of 'super flu' gives rise to millions of the undead, who quickly overwhelm treatment facilities and swarm cities around the world, leaving survivors... show more
'Post Secret' meets 'World War Z' in this chilling vision of the fallout following a global zombie pandemic. A gradual mutation of a virulent strain of 'super flu' gives rise to millions of the undead, who quickly overwhelm treatment facilities and swarm cities around the world, leaving survivors on their own against a legion of the infected. Through found notes and messages- letters to loved ones, journal fragments, confessions, and warnings, readers can uncover the story of what went wrong, and come to know the individual voices of those affected by the zombie crisis.
Publish date: September 21st 2011
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Post Apocalyptic
4.5 stars. Wow, this was a stunning book, absolutely creepy and the perfect read for the Halloween season.This book consists out of photographs of letters, cards, posters, anything that people wrote on before and during the zombie apocalypse. At the beginning of the book we also have a timeline with...
A really interesting, sometimes moving, sometimes funny, sometimes creepy collection of "found" letters from the zombie apocalypse. It's been a while since I read it, but definitely time for a re-read. You'll want to finish it in one sitting.
This is what [b:PostSecret|87640|PostSecret Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives (PostSecret)|Frank Warren|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348984065s/87640.jpg|84604] will look like after the zombie apocalypse. Like PostSecret, it's a collection of (mostly) handwritten notes, supposedly coll...
"I blame all of this on Comic Sans."
It's a cute idea but in the end, it falls flat. So many of the "notes" seem forced. I could never lose myself in the story, because it didn't really take us anywhere. We just circled around and around in different views of watching zombies take over the world.