Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Slow Burn Zero Day, by Bobby Adair

Yet another zombie book.   Our hero is Zed who learns about the zombie outbreak when he catches his step-father killing his mother.   Zed dispatches the step-father, but is himself infected.  Yet Zed is one of a small number of "slow burn" zombies, who retain human characteristics in spite of the infection.

The writing isn't great: Zed is a weirdly developed character and none of the character development is particularly well done.  And yet, I found myself caught up in this enough to download the second volume.  Go figure.

Slow Burn: Zero Day, Book 1

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