Patient Zero - Jonathan Maberry Reviews
Description:ISBN 0575086939 / Genre: Horror / Author: Jonathan Maberry / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-04 by Gollancz
Newest Review: ... from me! Opinion I think that the author has been smart enough to recognise that the whole zombie outbreak, bite, panic, ... more
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by - written on 04/12/12, updated on 04/12/12 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Introduction I do like a good Zombie story, but the trouble is that there aren't many good ones around as all the possible zombie based story lines have been done, excuse the pun, to death. So, it was with some preconceived opinions that I read Patient Zero by Jonathon Maberry. The Plot Joe Ledger is a detective who has nothing left to lose and is a highly skilled martial arts fighter. The ability to be ruthless in a fight gets him recruited into a top secret organisation, the Department of Military Sciences where he is thrust into the fight against a terrorist with seemingly unlimited financial backing who just so happens to have a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Patient Zero is a brave attempt to try and do something different with the Zombie novel. And why not? The market is flooded right now, with many of the stories on offer consisting of the usual pulp post-apocalyptic fare that is tall on action, short on originality but still seems to sell. A few stand-out exceptions in recent times include offerings from horror writer, Brian Keene, which depict Zombies as vessels for a demonic infestation and Robert Swartwood's Dishonoured Dead which attempts to reverse the usual perspective and look at things from a Zombie viewpoint. In Jonathan Maberry's fast-paced techno-thriller, our hero is Joe Ledger; a Cop involved in ... Read the complete review
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