This time from across the ocean in the great UK, I Zombie I gets to enjoy yet another outstanding review! I’ll not bore you with my own personal blather this time, I’ll just let you read it for yourself.
Here is the link for the original, and here is the text of the review:
In a moment of pure chaos, the majority of the Earth’s population has become the walking dead. One man promises to help bring the truth to light.
Strangely enough, I bought this book as an ebook before I even had a Kindle (Though it is available in paperback on Amazon’s US site.). It just looked that good.
I really, truly enjoyed this book. Particle physics, a crazy scientist with a doomsday machine, zombies roaming the streets of Munich hungry for brains. What’s not to like?
Plus I love the humor and the 80s music references. What can I say? I’m old school like that.
I thought the story had a unique twist to the telling, as well. It sucked me right into the middle of the zombie apocalypse and I could hardly put it down. The book, that is. Not the apocalypse.
There were some formatting issues while reading on my Kindle (I’ve spoken to Jack and he’s going to fix the issues.), but that wasn’t enough to put me off. There were also a couple of plot points that seemed to be unfinished, but I’m assuming that’s because this is the first of a trilogy, so I look forward to seeing them answered.
All in all I consider this a great read and highly recommend it to all zombie lovers. Or lovers of zombie stories. I’m very much looking forward to the next in the series. (Write faster, Jack.)