From the Bram Stoker Award-winning author comes this thriller about a man who embarks on a cross-country trip to save his son after a plague turns nearly all of America's population into zombies. Original.From the Bram Stoker Award-winning author comes this thriller about a man who embarks on a cross-country trip to save his son after a plague turns nearly all of America's population into zombies. Original.Read Less
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Very good book Read this whole book in a week and then the sequel to Really good book, Very good Character development and even better undead like zombies Trust me read it and you'll understand what i mean.
Aug 30, 2007
Keene tells a compeling story that is a true page turner. The concluding book is good as well and offers an ending that makes you think.
Apr 6, 2007
Fantastic Zombie Read!
I picked this up at a local Borders and got a review from one of the cashiers, who knows the author. After being advised to buy the sequel to The Rising, I proceeded to read both in one night. Keene is a joy to read - his books are fast, action-packed, and at times heart-rending. If you're interested in zombie books, Keene's set is wonderful. You definitely should buy both together - where one ends, the other begins immediately and is just as thrilling as the first. However, his books are quite realistic at times and if you're prone to nightmares, be warned!
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