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ISBN: 1448603072
Author: Rob Fox
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 17, 2009)
Pages: 214
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 557
Size Fb2: 1458 kb
Size ePub: 1888 kb
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by Rob Fox. All Rights Reserved. Cover art by Dean Samed, Conzpiracy Digital Arts.

by Rob Fox. This book is a work of fiction. People, places, events, and situations are the product of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or historical events, is purely coincidental. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means without the written permission of the author and publisher. For my grandparents, who encouraged me to tell stories by the campfire.

17 November 2015 ·. The Rob Fox updated their profile picture. 17 November 2015 ·. The Rob Fox.

Rob Fox. We had abandoned the vehicles about two hours after I had posted the last journal, so we were exhausted by the time we got to the hotel. We had abandoned the vehicles about two hours after I had posted the last journal, so we were exhausted by the time we got to the hotel y happy with that decision because of the Roger situation. In the end, we decided it was safer to stay together. Safer for whom, I am still trying to figure that out. Once we were settled in the room, we decided to have a look around the hotel, just to make sure there were no zombies running around

Rob Fox is the author of the zombie novel 'Z Day is Here', 'Z Day is Here: One Year Later', the children's picture book 'Sometimes I am scared of Zombies. See if your friends have read any of Rob Fox's books.

Rob Fox is the author of the zombie novel 'Z Day is Here', 'Z Day is Here: One Year Later', the children's picture book 'Sometimes I am scared of Zombies. Rob Fox’s Followers (4). Rob’s Bookshelves.

It started with a little boy in South America and spread across the world quickly, much faster than anyone could have imagined. The governments of the world were powerless to stop the spread of the virus that was turning people into the undead. Like it or not, the world is swarming with the walking dead and there is nothing that we can do to stop it. Z Day is Here! Sci-fi & Fantasy. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The world goes crazy due to an outbreak of what people think is a rabies virus.

Follow the frist 100 days of the zombie apocalypse written in journal form. The world goes crazy due to an outbreak of what people think is a rabies virus. The it gets personal as the world goes to hell up close to our writer. And it's all here for you in journal form.

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Z Day Is Here by Rob Fo. The first book is the best of the series but all of them are good. He's also written a separate zombie novel that, instead of using the supernatural undead zombies, is about a form of meningitis that has effects similar to the rage virus from 28 Days Later.

oh and btw, there's more details in the sources site.

Currently, Rob is the head writer for the popular web series with over 2 million views, 'StudvilleTV' which is in. .Rob Fox. It started with a little boy in South America and spread across the world quickly, much faster than anyone could have imagined

Currently, Rob is the head writer for the popular web series with over 2 million views, 'StudvilleTV' which is in its 2nd season on Youtube. Política de opiniones. Información adicional. It started with a little boy in South America and spread across the world quickly, much faster than anyone could have imagined. Within a few weeks billions were infected and only a few survivors were left to try and find safety in the world now overrun with zombies.

Follow the frist 100 days of the zombie apocalypse written in journal form. The world goes crazy due to an outbreak of what people think is a rabies virus. The it gets personal as the world goes to hell up close to our writer. Friends are made. Friends are lost. And it's all here for you in journal form.

Comments:

Yndanol
I was unfamiliar with the blog, the podcast, or any of that when I first saw this book here on Amazon. I actually read another book that had the first few days of this tale tucked into the back (can't remember what book) but it was a good plug as I immediately wanted to order this.

I was a fan of the two other journal-like zombie stories that I know of out there: Day by Day Armageddon and The Dead Walk Diaries: Night. This one is closer to the former than the latter, as it deals with one man's quest to simply stay alive during the first 101 days of the zombie apocalypse. This one does a good job of taking advantage of this type of writing style and running with it.

The advantage of a story told like this is that you are almost getting a synopsis of events rather than things being drawn out. The days move by quickly and I plowed through this book in about 2 hours. Its an easy read, that is for sure. Our character is an everyman, unlike in Armageddon, where we have someone who is military and understands the equipment and survival techniques he is going to need to survive. That, and we really get a complete story here, whereas with Armageddon I think we have been waiting for the sequel for about three and a half years. Our main character moves things along, giving us just enough background when called for but keeping the story about the events of the day without too much excess noise to distract us from what is going on.

The disadvantage of this type of story is that the perspective is limited. Unlike a story told in standard first person, there really is no dialogue. I find it harder to grow attached to people when you really don't get to 'hear' them speak at all. So when any of the secondary characters die it simply did not move me like it might do if this were a more traditionally written story. Its not really a slam against this book or this style, its more along the lines of a comment on the inherent (at least by my perspective) limitation of this type of telling of the tale.

Despite the journal format's limitiations, Rob Fox does do a good job with the chosen mode to present this story and does not fall into any pitfalls that might have been frustrating. A journal can, by nature, be a rambling piece of writing, at least real life ones where someone can go on and on about a particular topic, person, or issue, but the author avoided that. While our main character misses his fiancee and talks about her quite a bit, I did not find it to be excessive, nor did I find his musings on what was going on around him with the zombie apocalypse over dramatized. We move quickly through this story quickly and effectively, with plenty of action, and a high body count. This story works in this form and I really enjoyed the pace and the story as it unfolded, day by day and page by page.

Definitely worth checking out for someone who enjoys reading about the impending zombie apocalypse.
Gardall
A very quick, zombilicious account of one man's 101 day odyssey post-disaster. FUNNY thing....as I was reading it, I heard the writer's voice in my head. Only it wasn't the writer, it was DR. PUS of the Library of the Living Dead podcast, who read this book on the podcast. Reading the words, I could only hear Dr. Pus' voice, so I cracked up a lot even though there was killin' and gore and blood.

I almost had an apoplectic fit with all of the many, many mistakes in the last chapter as the blogger (main character) was typing his last entry - until I realized it had been done by design. You will see what I mean when you get to that part - I don't want to ruin it for you, but I don't guess a man on the run is going to stop for spellcheck!

I read this in a couple of hours, it's easy and breezy to get through. All in all, a nice addition to your zombie collection.
GAZANIK
This is a real, down to earth zombie chase with great characters,
interesting twists and is just a damn good story. If a book is good enough
for you to keep on reading until you dont want to stop, thats the best kind.
Thats what you have here. If you like a good, fast paced zombie book with
seemingly traditional Romeroesque zombies this one is for you.
BTW, who are these people bitching about grammar and spelling in books?
Why does this bother you, its not a damn inglish test! Neither is it an
insult to the reader. I wouldnt know a grammar from an adverb but I've
probably read several million books in my life and I do know a good story.
This is one of them. Isn't that really what you are looking for?
Braswyn
Not well written. Reads like a diary at times then like a detailed story at others, can't really make up it's mind what it wants to be. Doesn't have anything interesting or unique going on in the first four days of story, so I lost interest.
Bloodfire
If you like zombies and post apocalyptic books, this is the book for you! It did have stupid typos that I wish the authors of most zombie books would just proofread to remove. It doesn't seem like a lot to ask but they must be soooo busy they can't fix fat-finger-syndrome. I really like gory zombie s^%$ and this did have it plus more. I got annoyed that the lead character was so hell-bent on finding his girlfriend when it was obvious the whole world had fallen apart but people do stupid things when under terrible stress.
Eigeni
This book is okay, nothing really special. The characters are a bit two-dimensional and not developed very much. Characters often seem introduced just to be killed off and some bits are just not believable (people find military explosives and just happen to know how to use them, zombies get quicker when they are starving, the zombie moans give off a subliminal message to kill yourself?) but if you get past this the book is fast-paced and it is a fairly enjoyable read.
Dynen
OK if World War Z and DBDA 1 and 2 are the A grade for this genre I would have to give this a C-. While it is an enjoyable read it lacks any plausibility and drags in places. Yes I know this is fiction but it just never pulled me into the world the writer created. So in short if you like the genre it is a good rainy day read but do not expect too much.

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