Taking on the Dead
Publish date: September 20th 2012
Pages no: 322
Edition language: English
Series: The Famished Trilogy (#1)
First thing, there is no way that this is a young adult book. I'm not sure why it is classified as so. There were quite a few "scenes" that were a little too detailed for me to believe that this is YA. So, if you are wondering if this is a clean book....I'd say that it definitely is not. There i...
I was rather impressed with Taking on the Dead. It reminded me a lot of The Walking Dead. You got to not only read about some truly disgusting zombies, which thankfully this book did not worry about the squeamish, you also got to see the after affects of when society completely breaks down. It felt ...
I am going to start off with saying I am not a zombie book reader, well I wasn't. I am a fan of the Walking Dead, TV Show I cringe after every show knowing I have to wait another week to get my fix. What to do ? Well, smart me asked some friends if they knew of any Walking Dead type reads they'd rec...
That was a perfect read. I wanna read the next one.
In her debut novel, Annie Walls enter the paranormal genre with a zombie novel, where even zombies are not what they seem.Kansas (Kan) is a true survive. She has what it takes to get things done, even if it means killing those you love and is a true survivor. She has survived the past four years alo...
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