May 16th. 1201 hrs. We are now under siege. Beyond the silo access doors, we have a small army of beaten and battered undead to contend with. They only want one thing...Day by Day Armageddon is the handwritten journal of one man and his struggle for survival. Trapped in the midst of global disaster, he must make decisions that could mean life, or ...
May 16th. 1201 hrs. We are now under siege. Beyond the silo access doors, we have a small army of beaten and battered undead to contend with. They only want one thing...Day by Day Armageddon is the handwritten journal of one man and his struggle for survival. Trapped in the midst of global disaster, he must make decisions that could mean life, or which could condemn him eternally to walk as one of them. Enter, if you dare, into his world. The world of the undead.
Well if your a fan of military tactics you may very well enjoy this book and hopefully the sequel to come as this is a very good story with solid characters
Oct 1, 2008
One of the best
One of the best zombie books out there. I couldn't put the book down, read in two days. My girlfriend also read the book in a couple of days and we enjoyed talking about it. We are both fans of the "Dawn and Day of the Dead" movies. Hope to see a sequel to this book.
Publishers Weekly, 2009-07-13 In this reissue of an Internet phenomenon originally slapped between two covers in 2007 by indie Permutus Press, Wong-Cracked.com editor Jason Pargin's alter ego-adroitly spoofs the horror genre while simultaneously offering up a genuinely horrifying story. The terror is rooted in a substance known as "soy sauce," a paranormal psychoactive that opens video store clerk Wong's-and his penis-obsessed friend John's-minds to higher levels of consciousness. Or is it just hell seeping into the unnamed Midwestern town where Wong and the others live? Meat monsters, wig-wearing scorpion aberrations and wingless white flies that burrow into human skin threaten to kill Wong and his crew before infesting the rest of the world. A multidimensional plot unfolds as the unlikely heroes drink lots of beer and battle the paradoxes of time and space, as well as the cliches of first-person-shooter video games and fantasy gore films. Sure to please the Fangoria set while appealing to a wider audience, the book's smart take on fear manages to tap into readers' existential dread on one page, then have them laughing the next. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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