It has been said millions of times throughout history. For Snoe Gainey, it is a phrase with a deeper meaning. Humanity has survived 20 years after the dead began to walk, only to be brought to the edge of extinction by its own hand. But there is more Ghosts from the past rise up one final time Zomblog 6 books in series.
The Final Entry (Zomblog) by T W Brown
Zomblog, Book 1 Publisher's Summary. Zomblog, Book 1 By: TW Brown Narrated by: Erik Bryon, Emily Dane Length: Erik Bryon , Emily Dane Length: Add to Cart failed. Please try again later. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. It has been over two years since the dead began to walk.
The shattered remnants of civilization continue desperately to try and rebuild society As far as Meredith Gainey is concerned, they can do it without her help. Fixated on a mysterious radio message, she sets out on an unlikely adventure. This time she is joined by her dog and an unlikely companion. On her journey, she will encounter everything that is good and bad about humanity.
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Everything from a group of children who have no trust left in adults, to an all-female clan who lure men to their doom using themselves as live bait. It's all there, and it only serves to prove Meredith's point that maybe the world would be a better place without humans. As always, she documents her travels, allowing you to see the dead world through her eyes.
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The Final Entry on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This is an excellent book, I love the main character Meredith, she's a real arse kicker.
She's strong and ruthless, but definitely not in an evil way.. I love the way the book is written and the storylines and ideas in it is..
Zomblog: The Final Entry
He did it again. Started the next one already. One person found this helpful. I enjoyed this book very much. Of course, I was a bit disappointed with the ending, but I think it was a perfectly acceptable conclusion to a series about a zombie apocalypse. Mar 06, Gilliam rated it it was ok. My issue with this installment and the second is that lacking an overarching narrative to engage the reader's interest—beyond Meredith's thrill seeking and retributive acts—all we end up with is just a gruesome spin on Perils of Pauline. Feb 10, Becky rated it really liked it.
Wasn't as good as the first two, but still a nice conclusion. Something about the ending is a bit off for me, but I guess it was the only way to close the final book. Looking forward to leaning about Snoe and her life post-zombies. Sep 24, Amy Rae Madden rated it it was amazing.
Didn't expect the ending but that's what is so great about this series! I definitely recommend these to those who love this genre Apr 09, Freedom rated it liked it. Hated the way this book ended but now I'm so far in, I have no choice but to keep going. There are a lot of things I don't like about these books but I do have to admit that I am totally engaged and can't stop reading now. On to book 4. Sep 28, Jessica Bakaitis rated it it was amazing.
Wow what a selfish and careless character miss Meredith turned out to be.
She really knows how to push buttons but overall I loved the book. And it had a lot of "wow I didn't see that coming " moments. On to the dead series! Sep 23, Mary rated it really liked it. The whole series kept me glued to it. I'm left wanting to know more, about the origins and the future. Nov 22, Livia rated it really liked it. One of the best zombie series ever. Totally worth the money! Good read It is definitely perking up for me.
You can run but you just can't hide from these zombies. Worth the time to read. Jun 23, Sonja rated it really liked it. The only thing I found funny is that I found much more mistakes in this book as in the other two Jan 15, Andra rated it liked it. While I loved this book and probably would have rated it a 4 I couldn't get pass the blatant number of typos. Jan 25, Amby rated it liked it. Aadia rated it liked it Sep 07, David rated it really liked it Dec 06, Tamika rated it liked it Feb 16, Christina Elisar rated it it was amazing Apr 04, Connie rated it really liked it Nov 15, Kevin Kiesewetter rated it really liked it Sep 29, The Final Entry 1 3 Sep 10, The Series 1 5 Sep 06, Tucked away in the Pacific Northwest with my wife Denise, a Border Collie named Aoife, a guitar collection, and an increasing number of aquariums sporting a variety of fish cichlids are my new favorites , I live for football season when I can cheer on the Oregon Ducks and be disappointed by my Seattle Seahawks once again.
Who along with most things Bri Tucked away in the Pacific Northwest with my wife Denise, a Border Collie named Aoife, a guitar collection, and an increasing number of aquariums sporting a variety of fish cichlids are my new favorites , I live for football season when I can cheer on the Oregon Ducks and be disappointed by my Seattle Seahawks once again. Who along with most things British. As a person who always dreamed of writing as well as one completely enthralled by all things zombie, it is hard to believe that I never once considered writing in the genre.
The first novel I actually wrote is titled Dakota as Todd Brown. The zombie thing really started when I wrote a short for a college Creative Writing class. Bose, pulled me up and told me I had an obvious love for the subject and a real talent for the style. I decided to give it a shot. The first thing I cobbled together was Zomblog. I wrote it as a warm up for the project I had brewing in the back of my mind. It is a journal account of the apocalypse. The funny thing is that it was never intended to be published. A few things happened and it ended up being presented to me as a gift in book format by my wife for a Christmas present.
There was something I will never forget about holding the copy of that book in my hand the first time.
Because it gained a readership, and those readers asked for more, I made it a trilogy Zomblog, Zomblog II, and Zomblog: It is also because of those fans that I have returned to the Zomblog universe and just released the sixth and FINAL book in the series on Halloween of I freely admit that I will sellout my plans to write what the fans ask for. I really want my DEAD series to be what I am known for, and in the last year, it has really taken off.
Winter , the numbers started to pick up beyond my wildest dreams. Reborn is scheduled to be a 12 part epic series.
It is told in three rotating chapters. One is from the first person perspective of Steve Hobart, a man thrust into the role of leader for a group of survivors struggling to keep alive. Some of the vignettes are single chapter episodes, others are continuing threads that carry on for several chapters. A few are merged into the Steve story or the Geek story line.