Zombie Apocalypse Fightback Reviews
Description:ISBN 076244598X / Paperback: 221 pages / Publisher: Running Press / Publiahed: 2 Oct 2012
Newest Review: ... I thought... Wrong! This book advertises itself as a continuation of events that tells what happens when humanity begins ... more
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by - written on 14/06/13 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I quite enjoyed Zombie Apocalypse, the first of these two Zombie anthologies, that looked at an infection that had sprung up in the U.K and which dealt with the ramifications and repercussions that followed, so had big hopes for this sequel. True, the last book got a bit shoddy at the end and began to get a bit silly but still, it would be great to see what happened next I thought... Wrong! This book advertises itself as a continuation of events that tells what happens when humanity begins trying to claw its way back to the top of the food chain following events in the previous anthology. Those who have read that book will recall that the plague was ... Read the complete review
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