- Paperback: 232 pages
- Publisher: Severed Press (31 Aug. 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0987104446
- ISBN-13: 978-0987104441
- Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 1.2 x 24.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 32 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 218,617 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
WAR AGAINST THE WALKING DEAD Paperback – 31 Aug 2011
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‘I’m telling you, if zombies are your thing, you absolutely cannot go wrong with this book. And even if you aren’t “into” zombies, you’ll still learn a great deal about what it will take to form new communities, post-collapse.’ –- Survival Weekly – Sept 2011
‘It’s all you need to fight back, at that time it will be Sun Tsu's 'Art of War' for the zompocalypse.’ –-zombiejunkie– Oct 2011
‘I enjoyed this and will certainly keep it on my shelf as THE definitive reference book when the Apocalypse hits. For anyone who would like to have all the information to survive and overcome the Zombie Apocalypse in one easy to read volume - look no further’. -- Wistfulskimmie's Book Review Blog - Oct 2011
‘Taking cues from both common zombie sense and the great military minds of history, he has lain out a plan for the continued survival of our species – a true blueprint for a war against the walking dead.’ –- Eric S. Brown, best-selling author of the BigFoot War series, Season of Rot, Season of Death and many more. – Aug 2011
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I want to do the Author justice though, i can see why the book has many good reviews. If it's the first zombie themed book you read then you'll no doubt enjoy it. The first zombie themed book i read was a survival guide by another very popular Author, which was excellent, and is extremely difficult to compete with.
If you know what book and author i'm talking about and you've already read it, i'd advise skipping this one, if not- buy this book and you'll probably enjoy.
There is so much repetition, it is written in such a juvenile fashion and is basically so boring I just couldn't go on. If it served as inspiration for lots of other zombie literature and media (games etc) I would be impressed, but instead I think it's plagiarised many ideas from sources like Left4Dead, the Walking Dead (comic, not film) and much more.
It's meant to read like an official Ministry document, and in this it fails miserably. The tone is all wrong, there is too much humour, no citations (real or otherwise), no diagrams, no figures to back up faux research. It jumps from one place to another mid-chapter. And again, the repetition. How many times do you need to say about meta-hordes and how they will sweep the globe smashing all in their path? It was one of the first books I bought for the Kindle, and honestly, it was a waste of money.
Avoid like the Vissen Plague.
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