Top critical review
Kindle Edition is poorly designed, book itself is 5 stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2012
I would like to start out by saying that the book itself is excellent. It is a fresh look at a zombie apocalypse. To the civilians, the super heroes are a beacon. But when the civilians aren't' around, you get to see that even the heroes are only human. I'm not too great with words, and I really can't do this book justice. If you enjoy zombie books, but are getting tired of your run of the mill flicks, try out this book. It puts on a fresh spin and is very enjoyable.
Now, on to the negatives. This applies only to the Kindle edition (more specifically the Touch). Someone really messed up. Although there are several chapters in the book, the table of contents only show a few (contents, prologue, epilogue). This is a huge issue on the Touch, since it doesn't recognize different chapters. If you are reading the book and accidentally swipe up or down, in any other book it takes you to the end or beginning of that chapter. Since this edition doesn't recognize chapters, it takes you either to the 1st page or the epilogue. If you didn't realize what page you were on, you are going to be doing some searching. This happened to me three times during the book. Terrible design. It really does the book injustice.