Saturday, November 8, 2014

After the End by Bonnie Dee


Zombies are on the loose and the world is falling apart. In the tradition of apocalyptic novels such as Stephen King’s THE STAND, a group of strangers on a Manhattan subway are brought together in the name of survival. The group follows the lead of Ari Brenner, a young man who doesn’t recognize his own leadership qualities and believes they follow him simply because he wears an army uniform. Lila Teske, a college student studying philosophy, finds her non-violent beliefs tested in the crucible of a zombie attack. There are other members of the diverse group, but the focus of the story is on Ari and Lila, two young people who learn about sacrifice and inner strength through the ordeal. 
With the city’s infrastructure down and communication with the outside world curtailed the survivors head toward the nearest marina. When they meet a lab tech who may have a solution to the virus, they know his safety is paramount and it’s more important than ever that they get off the island. But zombies aren’t the only danger that impedes them on their perilous journey.Be sure to check out the exciting sequel, Dead Country, about a new set of characters surviving zombies in the Midwest plains.
My thoughts
★ One Painful Star.
I'm sorry this review is taking so long. To be honest, this book is moving along at a snails pace. You'd think with it being about zombies and the apocalypse it'd be enthralling and interesting, but isn't.
I finally, FINALLY, finished the book.
Apocalypse!!! Zombies!!! Yaaaaaay!!
Yeah... No.
I hate leaving negative feedback but this book was so disappointing. 
You would think with it being about zombies and the apocalypse, it would make you want to read it all in one setting and just devour it.

I was wrong.

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