20 Years After The Zombie Apocalypse

Harriette Madyson is the last woman alive Twenty years ago her world came to an end when a zombie plague engulfed the population of Earth At the tender age of seven she found herself in a nightmarish situation where the dead literally returned to life Left with little to use and nowhere to hide Harri now finds herself stalked across the frozen desolate landscape of NortHarriette Madyson is the last woman alive Twenty years ago her world came to an end when a zombie plague engulfed the population of Earth At the tender age of seven she found herself in a nightmarish situation where the dead literally returned to life Left with little to use and nowhere to hide Harri now finds herself stalked across the frozen desolate landscape of North America pursued by the former love of her life All that she has to keep her going is the hope that she can make it home to die in peace.Word Count 33193
Years After The Zombie Apocalypse Harriette Madyson is the last woman alive Twenty years ago her world came to an end when a zombie plague engulfed the population of Earth At the tender age of seven she found herself in a nightmarish

  • Title: 20 Years After The Zombie Apocalypse
  • Author: Lee Emerick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “20 Years After The Zombie Apocalypse”

    1. An enjoyable read. Will be reading the next one. Yep some very annoying mistakes but I believe they've been corrected in the latest kindle edition. However I was able to ignore them for the price. Might say more tomorrow but still jet lagged !!!Update: Sept 2011 wish I'd written review at the time but didn't. Too late now as no longer fresh in the mind. However I do remember enjoying this very much and reading about Harri and her struggle for survival. Very atmospheric, and heartbreaking ending [...]

    2. 20 Years After the Zombie Apocalypse is short, but sad, emotional and intriguing. The focus is not so much the zombapocalypse, but afterwards – the dangers of being a survivor, trying to keep your makeshift family together, watching the world deteriorate with lack of upkeep and care.I really liked Harri as a character, and also felt incredibly sad for her, being (as far as she knows) the last survivor of the human race, pursued by the man she loved who is now a zombie and therefore sees her on [...]

    3. I absolutely love Zombie books and saw this one for very low cost on Kindle so thought I would take the plunge! I wasn't disappointed! This is not a pleasant easy read but the story through the eyes of a young girl called Harriette (Harri) who after seeing both her parents circumb to the zombie plague is rescued by a group of surviors. Most of the story takes place 20 years after the initial zombie outbreak and paints a picture of a grim post apocalyptic future where a few survivors manage to s [...]

    4. Enjoyed the book. I have noted from other updates problems concerning the editing of the authors books but it appears they recently have been revised to correct the issues.Story overall was very enjoyable. Interesting to read from a womans perspective which enhanced the feeling of vulnerability and loneliness.Was stuck between 4 or 5 stars but settled on 5 as all though there are still a few errors I found it quite a refreshing read.

    5. Once I got past chapter 5, I became rather bored. I get that there has to be a back story but the way the book was written was very haphazard and bounced all over the place.

    6. Enjoyable but numerous silly spelling & grammatical errors, also makes mistakes on people's names i.e. Changing from marq to Marc then back to marq. If you look past (yeah that's another one getting past and passed mixed up continuously) the grammar & spelling errors it's a enjoyable book. (sorry but you know - spellcheck people! It's not hard!)

    7. It was ok, but I found it quite frustrating to read because of the huge amount of spelling mistakes throughout the book, whoever proff read this book priorto publishing did not do a good job also the story kept jumping around to the point I was getting confused, readable but far from being a classic of the zombie genre.

    8. The plot was interesting but the grammatical errors were awful (missing commas, names changing, etc) which ruined the story for me.

    9. Decent read, slightly disturbing but nothing special. Don't think I'm too bothered about reading the sequel.

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