Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Alice in Zombieland - Book Review

Hello Everyone,

I got a new review for you. The book is called Alice in Zombieland by Joshua Cook. I actually have a raffle going until the 30th of July for an autographed copy so go ahead and click the link on the right hand side of the page.

Alice in Zombieland is a thrilling read about the aftermath that occurs when the public learn that zombies are real and there is actually an outbreak occurring. The book actually starts off with an interview with a real life zombie on the news and fast forwards 9 years later after the historic interview.

An outbreak occurs, an attempted typical cover up, and poor Alice is caught in the middle as she has the potential to become the ultimate Zombie.

I found this book very enjoyable because it was an easy read, the words flowed, and you were not bogged down with useless descriptions. This book explored the world of zombies from a realistic standpoint. The characters of Sam Ashe and Georgia “Gee” Marie are well developed and you cannot help but to cheer them on as they attempt to save Alice. I look forward to more from this series and author.

I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys zombies and quality writing.

Author Bio: Joshua Cook - “Writing has always been my passion in life. It has always been a hobby to me though. Thanks to some unfortunate luck in my life, I am now able to focus full time on my writing, and this is the result of the fruit of that labor." ~Joshua Cook

Joshua Cook was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, late in 1977. This where he spent most of his life. There have been short bursts throughout his life where he has spread his wild oats to other parts of the United States, though. Briefly Josh lived in Arizona and a brief - dark - time in Indiana and Ohio. Finally he landed in Washington state. He now calls Seattle his home where he lives with his beautiful cocker spaniel - black lab mix, Sam Dogg. This is where he created the growing fan favorite web site, which spawned its first comic in October 2011. After many years of writing non-fiction, news, and various other articles, Josh decided to poke around in fiction - and is loving it.
5 out of 5 Smileys

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