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- ASIN : B07LG946V2
- Publication date : December 17, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 3171 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 296 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #491,584 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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it seems the author is far more confident writing about the UK and near Europe than further afield.
The idea to contain the story so far mainly to this region (Ireland/UK/Northern France - given the scale of plot is at times unconvincing - A trip to the Faroe Islands next?? Come off it ! Why not an Island more fertile - warmer etc.. dosn't any make sense :) Instead we have an ever expanding cast of survivors and at times an implausibly sophisticated human enemy. I do love the books though at times I think there is the opportunity to break out of the same old same old :)
I felt this book rounded up where some of the previous books left off, which I liked. It was nice to see some of Nilda's story, along with Bill's and Chester's. It's made way for the future books nicely.
I like reading the different interactions between everyone. There is a huge cast of characters in these books overall, and they all started out in different places. It's just nice when they all end up together.
There's just the right amount of balance in these books of living people and interactions, politics, danger, and zombies.
I'm looking forward to the next book, and seeing where the story will head next. I would definitely recommend this series for anyone who likes a good zombie book, although ot definitely needs to be read from book 1 and in order.
Ok, right up front this isn’t a single book review I’m reviewing the whole saga that is ‘Surviving the Evacuation’. I’m retired with plenty of time on my hands and like to read books that form a series rather than just individual stories. I admit that having finished reading the 20 books, so far, in the series I went back to book 1 and started reading the series for a second time enjoying it just as much as I did the first time.
First off, this is one of the best series of books I have read and I read a lot in the post-apocalyptic genre. Normally I would avoid books about zombies but this series isn’t really about zombies although they are the focus of the problems the characters have in their survival. It’s about surviving in a post-apocalyptic world and all the problems that that entails.
What is refreshing in this series is that women play a major role in the leadership, decision making and the fighting.
I’m desperately trying not to put any spoiler’s in this review so it won’t be an in-depth review of the individual stories.
Basically the story starts in England and then travels across continents. What I like is that the author will track what happens to individuals as they venture into the wastelands but he also keeps track of what is happening back at where the main body of the survivors are currently based.
There’s plenty of action fighting the zombies, corrupt government officials, a criminal cartel and survival itself.
One thing, you have to leave reality behind you are stepping off the reality bus when you read a book about zombies. Yes, you can look at what the characters in the book do and say to yourself they wouldn’t do that or they should’ve done this or this just wouldn’t happen.
This isn’t a ‘Surviving the Apocalypse book for Dummies’ so don’t expect the characters to act or do things that people would do in the real world.
This series of books are simply a good read and I’m looking forward to reading the continuation of the stories that the author has started in the books. There is still a long way for the survivors to go and I hope the author is up to the journey.