Thursday, July 22, 2010

Day By Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

This is J.L. Bourne's follow up to the wildly successful first title, Day By Day Armageddon. It details the (still unnamed) Navy Pilot in his surival in zombie infested post-apocalypse Texas. The Zombies have won, the bombs have dropped, and nobody is getting on with their lives. This picks up right at the point where the first book left off, and continues the same journal style. As in the first book, I still enjoyed this usually (for me anyway) hated format.

I am not in the habit of spoiling books for people, but suffice to say that this book is terrific. It is, perhaps, even an improvement over the first installment. Anyone who is interested in the recent spate of zombie fiction, longtime fans, or even general sci-fi aficionados should give this a read. It's that good!


Col. Hessler said...

The first book got me hooked on Zombie fiction. Too bad there is a TON of crap available that falls way short of Bourne's masterpiece. It's good to know that the followup is as strong as the first. I look forward to checking out.


CounterFett said...

Yeah, Bourne has ruined a lot of people for any other Zombie Books. No one I know who has read this likes any other Zombie stories they read afterwords.

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