Fall of Night
Publish date: September 2nd 2014
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Dead of Night (#2)
This is how the world ends. - First sentence Wow. Reading Dead of Night blew my mind. Imagine being trapped inside your brain, having no control over your actions, but feeling and experiencing everything. Oh, and your body is a zombie, eating people. The people trapped inside zombie bodies ju...
I want to know what happens next! I mean, I know that this is a prequel to the rot & ruin books, buy I want to know what happens to these characters.
ABR's full Fall of Night audiobook review can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.Being the Jonathan Maberry fan that I have turned into over the years and even though I didn't like William Dufris' past performance, I had to give this a listen. I really have no excuse, other than craving an amazingly wel...
Bravo! Awesome apocalyptic zombie read. Characters were perfectly depicted and yet some were lost but soon replaced. Of course the lost had to happen because a story like this would not have it any other way. I certainly gasp and terrified myself turning page after page, especially the source of...
So it's zombie talk! You know how I love the zombies. Lemme break it down for you. As usual I won't talk about what this book is. If you are a fan, then you already know. If not, check out the other reviews. This is once again the FEELINGS edition of reviews. Where I tell you how it made me feel. I...
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