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Zombiegrad brings a Russification to the zombie theme and I think this is much welcomed, it waters our diet for more Russian horror, amongst Kruschev apartment’s, freezing cold temperatures and the rabid living dead, what more can you ask for? The novel is set in post communist Russia. We get presented a vision of not so wise Americans who do not know the danger they are walking themselves into. The novel touches on racism, police corruption, gangsters and a sense of invasion from an exterior force that turns the native population into an enemy. The undead in this novel almost feels like that fear both the east and the west hold on relation to each other, irrational but deadly. I look forward to discovering more works from this author.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 16, 2020
I got this book a while ago and couldn't help thinking "what if" while reading it. What if there is deadly virus that can't be cured and I am stuck in a foreign country without friends, family and foreign language skills? Well, I guess, the life then turns into a horror. A real one. The plot is interesting, the book is easy to read. And yes, it gets scary. No way I am visiting Chelyabinsk any time soon...