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Surviving The Evacuation, Book 2: Wasteland by [Tayell, Frank]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 196 customer reviews
Book 2 of 10 in Surviving The Evacuation (10 Book Series)

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Surviving the Evacuation continues in Here We Stand 1: Infected & 2: Divided. There is an evil cabal at the heart of government. This is the story of Sholto and the collapse of America.

Coming later in 2016: Book 8: Anglesey & Strike a Match 3. To be among the first to know about new releases, you can sign up to the mailing list here: http://eepurl.com/brl1A1

Surviving the Evacuation & Here We Stand: The story of a global zombie outbreak, the people who survived, and their attempt to forge a new world out of the ruins of the old.

Strike a Match: A detective series set twenty years after a nuclear war, as a nation struggles to rebuild, and crime is once more on the rise.

For more information visit: http://blog.franktayell.com or http://www.facebook.com/FrankTayell


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2462 KB
  • Print Length: 201 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HHZRTG4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 196 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,655 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read a lot, and generally good quality stuff, as I'm an English teacher. It's something of a job requirement to be well read! But I do have a weakness for good dystopian fiction, which seems to have mushroomed as a genre lately...most of it quite poor. This series was a pleasant surprise. It is reasonably well written, well structured, the diary device continues to work, and the characters are interesting, particularly the new ones in this second instalment. I think the key is that the focus isn't on the actual zombies, certainly not on blood and gore, but on the struggle for survival. This places it squarely in the dystopian camp, as opposed to horror (not to say I don't like horror), and it doesn't settle for cookie cutter characters. A few of the plot twists are predictable but it doesn't take away from this being an enjoyable read. Worth the time and money... Looking forward to the last book!
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If not better than the first, a great book that once again I could not put down, and read deep into the night, a story of someone who is not superman who knows all the skills necessary to survive an apocalypse, but someone just like us who is stumbling around trying to stay alive in a hostile world. It is a real page turner, and very enjoyable, read it!
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I loved the first book and this one is even better. I like the Britishness of it and the fact there aren't millions of guns about like an American story. The characters have to be a bit more creative to survive and there is more zombie action in this one. It's interesting how selfish and horrible some people are even when there are not many people left and having to deal with them as well as the undead is interesting.

It also gets you thinking how would we cope these days without electricity and water on tap and with a lot of our food imported...A bunker seems like a good idea! :)

Definately recommend the series, really enjoyable.
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Very much enjoyed reading this instalment same as the first. Was a good twist at end with Sholto. Looking forward to third book, the story just keeps expanding and has lots to offer to the reader. The book overall doesn't feel like the usual zombie survival book, this series keeps you interested all the way through. The book has good, interesting sub plots also which keeps you really engaged overall with the story.
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Really enjoying this zombie book series makes a nice change to read one set in the uk rather than the us. Read the first one really quickly as i could not put it down and this one was just the same. Cant wait to read the last one when its released.
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I did enjoy the first book however by halfway through this second I was just plain bored. I had grown weary of the people he met on the way and how he had suddenly morphed into this alpha male type character which was hard to believe. The group he met were stereotypical in description and all-in-all it had a Coronation Street meets Zombies feel. Then we have nukes and things are becoming radioactive. Zombie genre books are hit and miss...usually miss but this series had promise and it may pick up in Book 3 or I may be saved by the zombies storming Amazon....who can say....do I really care
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This is a good follow on to the previous book. It is about this point that some of the plot seems to get overly familiar from the genre. To be fair there are not many other ways that things can go in a zombie apocalypse but there is little new here.
The central plot also starts to rely on some almighty coincidences which is a little bit distracting, particularly at the end of the book.
Overall i found this entertaining and definately plan on reading the next book to see where things go.
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I am pleased to report that I enjoyed the second instalment as much as the first. With more characters involved in the story now, our protagonist Bill is becoming a more rounded character, and now that we are no longer in London, more about the whole Apocalypse and how it was dealt with is being revealed. My only wish is that each book was longer!
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