The Gospel of Z

Stephen Graham Jones

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The Gospel of Z

The Gospel of Z The only thing dangerous than zombies is the truth In the ten years since zombies killed the world Jory Gray has found exactly one person who matters Her name is Linse But when he wakes to find her g

  • Title: The Gospel of Z
  • Author: Stephen Graham Jones
  • ISBN: 9781619218116
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • The only thing dangerous than zombies is the truth.In the ten years since zombies killed the world, Jory Gray has found exactly one person who matters Her name is Linse But when he wakes to find her gone, to join the church, his world falls apart all over again Jory s suicide mission to save her will lead him deep into the restricted zone, into the bowels of the miThe only thing dangerous than zombies is the truth.In the ten years since zombies killed the world, Jory Gray has found exactly one person who matters Her name is Linse But when he wakes to find her gone, to join the church, his world falls apart all over again Jory s suicide mission to save her will lead him deep into the restricted zone, into the bowels of the military, the underbelly of the church, and, worse, it will give him a glimpse into a past that s supposed to be ten years dead, a past still contained in a document that never should have existed The Gospel of Z.

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    1. Ahmed on said:

      Disjointed writing. Abysmal and difficult to understand.Cardboard characters.Don't read. Waste of time.

    2. Julie Ford on said:

      Honestly, I didn't finish this one. I'll admit that I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed, but I read a lot of books and have even written a few that some readers have enjoyed, so when I say that I couldn't entirely understand what was going on is this story, I hope that doesn't make me sound abnormally dense. It was exhausting, really, constantly trying to read between the lines, hoping that if I could just concentrate a little harder my mind's eye might have a chance of deciphering what this a [...]

    3. Nicholas Lubofsky on said:

      Zombies? Yeah. But this isn't a book where zombies are the focus, this is a book where zombies are the setting.Against a backdrop of a post-apocalypse world, Jones has crafted an exciting, suspenseful, and horrifying tale of mystery, adventure, and intrigue, exploring the ideas "What is the line between human and not human?" and "Is it acceptable to sacrifice lives in order to save others?"In The Gospel of Z, we find that zombies are terrifying, but the countermeasures people take in order to su [...]

    4. Donald on said:

      This is a story about ten years later. After the big Z-virus what-have-you. About the ones left behind. Yeah.At this point (ten years later), zombies are few and far between—mere plot points, just some window dressing on a story about people with agendas. The ideas that Stephen comes up with to deal with the post-apocalyptic world are quite believable. The whole aura around the Handlers, the Bottleneckers, sheesh—even those freaking bait-goats.And then there's the religious bunch, with their [...]

    5. Christie on said:

      I wanted to like this book but the way it was written was far too disjointed for me. I am still not sure whether or not the handlers are people or modified zombies that men use against other zombies. I'm sure it was explained somewhere but I missed it and didn't care to go back and figure it out.This was a disappointing waste of time, but at least I finished it.

    6. Emma Sea on said:

      The greatly missed Ceridwen just reviewed this. Sounds pretty good.

    7. Michelle Boyer on said:

      I read this book for an American Indian Literature course in which the Professor had us read several novels that were written by Indigenous authors but were not about Indigenous peoples. This is an interesting premise, because not all American Indian authors are writing about American Indian issues--Jones is a good example an Indigenous author that dabbles in other genres (although Ledfeather is my favorite book of his, which is about American Indian issues). This novel is about a post-apocalyps [...]

    8. Bookish on said:

      Wow! What a layered story! I really enjoyed working my way through all the different strands and figuring out what's what. The narrative style alone had me hooked from the get go - really loved the way the author accommodated both the narrator's voice and Jory's. When Scanlon first came onto the picture, I had an image of Christopher Walken! The rest of it came from the thought that went into creating these characters and the utterly shite moment they exist in - this weird compressible moment th [...]

    9. Dorothy O'Connell on said:

      Thanks for the nightmares, dude.Stephen, it's such a beautiful story. Thanks for letting Jory hold Linse one more time. And for articulating what we parents knowlove you forever, love you for alwayswe mean it.

    10. Hyzenthlay on said:

      I usually hate the virus being explained, but didn't this time.

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