Wednesday, June 12, 2013

World War Z by Max Brooks

I read World War Z front to back and more than once. I think this book is a masterpiece. It’s pretty tense if you really get into it. This book takes place in a post-apocalyptic world and I do mean world. This book doesn’t just focus on one; it focuses on more than one. This book includes survivor stories from China to Russia, Europe and most importantly, where we live, the United States of America. If you’re into zombies and other creatures of death this is the book for you. There are realistic tales of the infected raging across the world. There are exhilarating tales told by the survivors of the apocalypse from their family being lost to how life was for them before the apocalypse. Now their lives are changed and nothing will ever be the same even if they win the fight which doesn’t seem realistic at this point. The armed forces can’t hold them down because of loss of soldiers to shortages of weapons and ammunition. The end seems near. Read this book. I repeat, read this book. It’s a very well put together book and it will definitely keep you entertained the whole time. And this is coming from a person who hates reading books that are not good. Read this book; it won’t disappoint.
Martin E.

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