Kevin Mussunda Mussunda de Uelitz, Germany
Mon livre préféré de Dean Koontz, il a tout!
Eleanor Brown a écrit un livre très spécial qui mérite toute l'attention et les éloges qu'il a reçus. Sa voix est tout à fait unique et elle séduit le lecteur dès la première page, pour ne jamais la lâcher. Honnêtement, je n'ai pas lu une fausse note. Un début brillant.
Je suis épuisée par la recherche d'Eve Duncan à la recherche de sa fille disparue de 7 ans, Bonnie. Ce fil d'intrigue déprimant et implacable me donne l'impression d'être dans un marais sombre auquel je ne peux pas échapper.
Max comes up with plans, places and projectile weapons to avoid that I wouldn't have, so now I feel at least a little better about surviving in a zombie apocalypse. One of the problems is, and I get that he is being tongue in cheek here, but I'm just not scared enough yet of the potential for zombies to spend 10 vacations scouting out plans A-F, building forts and purchasing adequate materials. If a zombie apocalypse happens, I'll know more things to do, but I won't be much more prepared. I'm not sure my wife will be cool with me buying a machete, but I do know where a crow bar is. The pictures are funny and so is the dry humor, such as a story about why it's not good to fly if you don't know where the fuel is. My favorite part is the recorded attacks section. These sound convincing, and some are more terrifying than any zombie stories I've read. All in all, this book is a nice coffee table book to flip through between real zombie stories and in order to make sure your friends won't slow you down in case you get called to action. For example, what weapon would you prefer? I'd have to go with a TPX aluminum bat slung over my shoulder, and if I get a second a hand gun with silencer.
This is a difficult book because the narrator is pretty unsympathetic. The jumping back and forth in time frustrated me a little and there were aspects I would have liked to know more about (particularly what happened to the injured football player). A very interesting look at an unreliable narrator though.