Zombie Apocalypse - Stephen Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 1849013039 / Genre: Horror / Author: Stephen Jones / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2010-10-14 by Robinson Publishing
Newest Review: ... bodies of these long dead victims, once released into the fresh air, allow the plague to mutate thus giving rise to ... more
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by - written on 06/09/11, updated on 06/09/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I bought this book in Waterstones last week while I was shopping with a friend of mine who was looking for a decent fantasy novel, I was browsing the shelves myself as well when I came across this book. I've never read a zombie book before, although I have seen plenty of zombie films so this held some appeal for me. The front cover could be described as a bit tacky, but that said it immediately shows the theme of the book ie. zombies in London. As a Londoner myself, this grabbed my attention (can't exactly say it appealed to me as I don't really desire to see zombies in London) and I thought I may be able to identify with the story better, being very familiar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
It is the near future and Britain is now virtually a Police State. The Olympics were a disaster that never actually came to pass and morale is at an all-time low following violence that broke out at a peaceful demonstration in Trafalger Square. In a bid to restore a sense of Britishness to its down-trodden people, the new goverment coalition declare a forthcoming Festival of New Britain to commence once important structural work has been undergone in London's Blackheath area. Unfortunately one of the sites chosen to host this new Festival just happens to be close to an old church whose graveyard was once used to bury plague victims during time of The Black ... Read the complete review
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