- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1796 KB
- Print Length: 134 pages
- Publisher: T.A. Uner; 2 edition (25 Nov. 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GWO0YHM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #421,890 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kill Zombies Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This book has got a little of everything! Zombies, vampires, dinosaurs, time-travel, alternate realities - it's all there. And somehow the author manages to make it all work together nicely. It is a wild ride, but an interesting one, and it makes me wonder what the rest of the books in the Leopard King Saga are like (this is the first book I've read in the series).
There is one thing that I would like to have improved - the book could have benefited from some editing. Nothing major, but it would have given it the final polish I think.
Other then that it was a great (though wild) journey into the unknown!
this is sci- fi pulp heaven.
cannot do it justice......read it now!!
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So far I have to say this is probably one of my least favorite of the books that I have been given a chance to read of his. There was a lot going on within a small book while it seemed cluttered and at times very slow since of that. Some parts also seemed to be a bit on the repetitive side as well throughout the reading since there isn't much to the plot.
The characters were a bit flat within this story and one-dimensional. What I enjoyed about them is that it did go further into their stories on occasion so it was like reading stories within the stories to give you the lead-up to the main characters. By also including their back stories the author was introducing you to the complicated trouble that was at hand as well as how they were already interlinked to each other.
And for the time being this did a great job of standing apart from "The Leopard Vanguard", which may have been one of the reasons it had me irritated a bit. I couldn't figure out how this was going to relate at all to the original book and I still can't even after having got to the end. I thought Tullus was the good guy but it also seems that Malcolm is good so why are they going to be adversaries?
And really do you have to pit my two favorite characters against each other - Celestra & Sawtooth? In a sense I don't want to know how this ends but then again it is the suspense that will pick at you to know just how everything comes together in the end for there are twists and turns that cannot be foreseen.
By the way I love the cover although I think it may be the wrong species but can't tell. One way or another Reptilian as the book calls it is a good advertising piece for this book....
**Received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review**
I really enjoyed Repitllius and Sawtooth. He is a character with a hard exterior but still has a good heart. A lot of the harden exterior is due to all of the curveballs thrown at him in life. Even though he has become a mercenary, it doesn’t mean that he won’t do what is necessary to save his world. Anomalies are popping all over his swamp and he needs to figure out a way to stop them along with preventing a zombie apocalypse from happening in Florida.
He finds help with a teenage girl, Giselle, and a MIA-6 doctor, Dr. Holbourne. Both have their talents with helping him. After finding out more about each other, they realize that The Sect and vampires reach is extensive. I love their interaction with each other. Regardless if Repitllius wanted to, he let his guard down and became friends with them.
With everything that has happened with Repitllius I have to wonder if he will be reunited with Giselle in The Leopard Apocalypse. I kind of hope so. She does bring out quite a few good qualities in him. Archon, a time keeper, says a few cryptic statements at the end of the book that can be taken different ways, which makes me wonder why he really sent him back to Ancient Rome. I’m hoping it is to prevent the vampires from getting a foothold in the first place. I guess I will have to wait and see.
The characters traveled in time and between alternative realms. Each chapter was an account of memories from the characters POV allowing the reader to connect the dots between others characters and pivotal moments.
Zombie fight scenes were expertly expressed illustrating just enough blood. Some characters were more memorable than others however my two favorite were Giselle & Reptilius (Malcolm).
The book does have some typos but is not a big enough distraction to stop reading. Despite these minor errors, "Kill Zombies" is another engaging read by T.A. Uner. I've never read anything like this. It is definitely a distinctive story. I look forward to reading 1.2.
UPDATE: The typos are most likely corrected as a 2nd edition is now available for purchase.
***I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review***
This book was awesome! I loved the constant twists and turns throughout the book. Each character had a very unique backstory and I enjoyed learning about each character. Though I did like the characters I felt like I couldn't connect to them. I'm a total sucker for a zombie book and combine that with vampires, dinosaurs, and time travel and I was hooked. If you haven't picked up this series yet you should!
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