Mistakes I Made During the Zombie Apocalypse

Michelle Kilmer T.J. Tranchell

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Mistakes I Made During the Zombie Apocalypse

Mistakes I Made During the Zombie Apocalypse In an undead world death is only one mistake away How does one survive the zombie apocalypse year old Ian Ward couldn t tell you because he is dying in one From a closet in a second floor bedroom

  • Title: Mistakes I Made During the Zombie Apocalypse
  • Author: Michelle Kilmer T.J. Tranchell
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  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In an undead world, death is only one mistake away.How does one survive the zombie apocalypse 17 year old Ian Ward couldn t tell you because he is dying in one From a closet in a second floor bedroom of an abandoned house, he recounts his tale of survival in a backwards journey through the choices that put him there.When the world ends, Mistakes I Made During the ZombiIn an undead world, death is only one mistake away.How does one survive the zombie apocalypse 17 year old Ian Ward couldn t tell you because he is dying in one From a closet in a second floor bedroom of an abandoned house, he recounts his tale of survival in a backwards journey through the choices that put him there.When the world ends, Mistakes I Made During the Zombie Apocalypse is the anti survival guide that just might keep you alive.

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    One thought on “Mistakes I Made During the Zombie Apocalypse

    1. Alexander H on said:

      I bought this book just because of the cover and title but who cares this book is amazing, but honestly,AMAZING This is the fastest I have ever read a book in forever. This book didn't let me put it down. All the twists, sacrifices, and harsh parts really make this book come together.

    2. Don on said:

      Let's just say it was a perfectly ordinary day. Not much going on. Then the zombie apocalypse happened. Would you be ready? There can't be much to it, right? Shoot up a bunch of undead monsters, no big deal. It could even be kind of fun!Ian and his buddy Grant thought they would be ready. Young men, they had spent numerous hours playing shoot-‘em-up video games, perfecting their aim. They had taste-tested a wide selection of survival food. They had watched every zombie movie they could get the [...]

    3. David Caldwell on said:

      The Zombie Apocalypse in ReviewA young man sits alone in a closet and thinks back to all of the mistakes he made during the zombie apocalypse. The story is told in reverse. It starts with the current time and travels back through each step that lead up to this point until it reaches the start of the downfall of the world. This was a new approach to telling the story and what first attracted me to it. I am pretty much burned out on zombies unless it has some new hook.While most zombie stories are [...]

    4. Pheebz on said:

      An epic tale.What a great story told in the most peculiar way.We find out the story of two teen boys who weather the Zombie Apocalypse together.Grant who has a rough home life a mother who is mostly intoxicated when she is around and a father who is in jail for murder.Ian who has a loving caring mother who is an RN and works at the local Hospital, his father is a Psychiatrist, who was always trying to psychoanalyze Ian. The POV is by Ian and his inner voice.Long before the Zpoc ever happened the [...]

    5. Tom Quinn on said:

      In all the zombie literature out there, there's an unspoken assumption that the protagonist (and the reader) will be capable and strong and brave in the face of adversity. Nobody seems too keen on thinking too long about their actual odds of survival in a post-apocalyptic world full of the living dead. It's supposed to be entertainment, and it's surely more entertaining to inhabit the body of an ass-kicking undead slayer or a wise-beyond-your-years sage who can philosophize on the real value of [...]

    6. Melanie Leiren on said:

      This a really well crafted and unusually told story. It's best read slowly, so that one can fully appreciate the detail and nuances. I'm not really a fan of zombie or horror, so I was really surprised to like this book at much as I did. Too much unnecessary gore and violence, as found in many horror and zombie stories, puts me off a story. It was refreshing to find violence and gore that added something to the plot. This isn't to say that the violence and gore wasn't unsettling. It was. But it a [...]

    7. Melissa on said:

      This was a rather unusual tale. It's told backwards to the beginning. And it focuses on the mistakes made. Which was really what convinced me to buy it. While it had a unique way of telling the story I wasn't super into the characters. I didn't really like them, but as I paid for it I intended to finish it. Overall, I wasn't too sympathetic to these guys plight (not to say that in a zombie book you have to like all the characters, but it does help if you like someone). So, 2 stars for the style [...]

    8. Kaycee on said:

      This is a really interesting take on what I consider to be a pretty tired genre. Not usually my sort of story, but was very cleverly written. I would recommend this to people who like post apocalyptic or zombie stories.

    9. Laurie Jameson on said:

      Unique. Not something I'd read more than once, but it was quick and entertaining. Well done Michelle Kilmer.

    10. Jessica Austin Gudmundson on said:

      Well written and thoroughly unsettling. I couldn't put it down. Would definitely recommend.

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