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by Jay Snyder,J. L. Bourne

eBook Day by Day Armageddon (Day by Day Armageddon Series) download ISBN: 1441874917
Author: Jay Snyder,J. L. Bourne
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (September 29, 2010)
Language: English
ePub: 1712 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

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Series also known as:Diario di un sopravvissuto agli zombie Armagedon dzień po dniu Chroniques de L'Armageddon Tagebuch . .Series also known as: Diario di un sopravvissuto agli zombie Armagedon dzień po dniu Chroniques de L'Armageddon Tagebuch der Apokalypse.

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Day by Day Armageddon is hands-down the best zombie book I have ever read. Dawn of the Dead meets 28 Days Later doesn’t even come close to describing how fantastic this thriller is. It is so real, so terrifying, and so well written that I slept with not one, but two loaded Glocks under my pillow for weeks afterwards. J. L. Bourne is the new king of hardcore zombie action!” —Brad Thor, New York Times bestselling author of The Last Patriot and The First Commandment. Day by Day Armageddon is a dramatic spin on the zombie story. It has depth, a heart, and compelling characters.

Day By Day Armageddon by . First, I brought you the cult classic, DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON, where we both journeyed along with the unnamed survivor as he trekked across the bleak landscapes of the undead

Day By Day Armageddon by . First, I brought you the cult classic, DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON, where we both journeyed along with the unnamed survivor as he trekked across the bleak landscapes of the undead. Some time after the Great Recession, I strived to accurately depict the bedlam of a post-grid down United States in TOMORROW WAR.

Trapped in the midst of a global tragedy, he must make decisions. choices that that ultimately mean life, or the eternal curse to walk as one of them. By J L. Bourne Narrated by Jay Snyder. Автор установил для этого видео ограничение по возрасту.

It is not a sequel to DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON or TOMORROW WAR, but a new . Q: Who are you? A: I’m . Bourne, retired military officer and national bestselling author.

It is not a sequel to DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON or TOMORROW WAR, but a new universe I have created that takes place in a dystopian future, just a few years from today.

As the maestro of the Day by Day Armageddon Universe, I have the latitude of being in control of that time. I can adjust the slider either direction, moving the timeline back and forth along the continuum. This is one of the perks of creation, the benefit in constructing something (albeit small) from nothing. Sort of makes you wonder what the maestro of the universe is up to, no? You have again stumbled upon a ticket with service through the apocalyptic wastes, but this time the train is a little bit older, a little more beat up, and maybe a little wiser. Keep your doors locked.

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Written by J. Bourne, Audiobook narrated by Jay Snyder. Day by Day Armageddon is hands down the best zombie book I have ever read. Dawn of the Dead meets 28 Days Later doesn't even come close to describing how fantastic this thriller is.

START INTERCEPTSporadic new reports indicate chaos and violence spreading through U.S. cities. An unknown evil is sweeping the planet. The dead are rising to claim the Earth as the new dominant species in the food chain.INTERCEPT COMPLETE

Survivor,In your hands is the handwritten journal depicting one man’s struggle for survival. Trapped in the midst of global disaster, he must make decisions; choices that ultimately mean life, or the eternal curse to walk as one of them.

Enter if you will into his world. The world of the undead.

Comments: (7)
Mazuzahn
I've read a variety of EOTWAWKI books from folks like John Wesley, Rawles, Glen Tate, Angery American et al - in other words procedural 'prepper' novels. So I'm pretty used to some political screeds, wooden dialog, contrived straw-man plots, ridiculous 'gummit' conspiracy theories, and the range of other denizens that populate the niche.

But having just finished Bourne's first book (and just immediately picked up #2), I have to say I was pleasantly surprised to have read what I figured was going to be a 'disposable' zombie book, and instead found a book that focused on an interesting character & environment and setting (in spite of the somewhat wacky supernatural premise), rather than running down a specific political agenda, what brand/make/model of gear you should own for end of the world, or otherwise beating you about the head with the author's axe to grind du jour.

And I have to admit it was a very refreshing change of pace to have finished the book, and found that it actually had somewhat of a wrap-up (tho' leaving room for the obvious sequel), rather than the now-traditional gambit for most 'prepper' series novels, of turning the page at the end of a chapter and finding mid-story, that it's the end of the book (a particularly ham-handed delivery in the case of the last Glen Tate/299 Days book I read). I don't mind an author stringing an epic story across multiple volumes. But at least make a decent effort to make it episodic, and somewhat self-contained. :D I think that Bourne has done a much better job than most. :)
Zbr
This book was fantastic. It is told through the main protagonist's journal entries; we never find out his name. He's a naval officer who was just returning home to Texas from visiting his parents in Arkansas when the zombie apocalypse hits. The story follows him as he watches news coverage of what begins as a violent strain of influenza in China, to the quarantine of the US being breached, and the government breaking down. He starts off alone hold up in his fortified home afraid that he will lose his sanity long before the dead get to him, but eventually meets another survivor on his block.

The duo make a daring escape from their overrun area and travel from place to place, staying only as long as is safe, and having a few near death experiences along the way. John and Annabell, a miniature greyhound, become the protagonist's whole world and they all work together to survive, hoping to find some working form of government, or some place in civilization that hasn't fallen.

Without spoiling it for you, they meet some people along the way as they move from :safe-house" to "safe house".

The story grips you and reads almost like a movie. I was anxious for their safety and waiting for the jump-scare with every sentence I read. I've been come attached to the characters in this book and now I am committed to reading the entire series to see how their survival progresses.
Granirad
I love zombies. I'm a grown adult and truly believe I was born for the zombie apocalypse ( I'm a dork and proud of it).
As I have searched for books to read, most of the zombie / end of days books are fan fiction. While this is great, it also usually means that the writers lack an editor. I've found that a lot of zombie books written by independents / amateurs can be boring, cliche'd, or poorly written (grammar, plot mistakes etc.)
I couldn't put this, or its sequel, down. I loved this book. This is my second favorite book, WorldWar z being my first.
Written from the first person perspective of a military person it was very believable. Minimal grammar errors, a plot that kept me interested.
Once in a while you find a book that you end up reading in 2-3 days that normally would take 1-2 weeks; this is that book.
Tygrafym
I originally rated this book higher because I was caught up in the euphoria of reading the first two books in a sitting. The story is fast paced enough that you miss many of its faults on your first read through. Those faults are still there, waiting to jump out at you when you re-reading the book. The prose is poorly written.

My biggest gripe is how one dimensional the book is. The characters exist only as pawns in the author's attempt to show their zombie survival strategy. It borders on mary sue territory when the main character is a highly trained pilot who keeps finding planes which is supported by a cast of engineers and doctors. The book is an excellent documentary of a man's survival but it doesnt tell any greater story.

Without spoiling too much, the subsequent books are not great. They move away from the zombie survival aspect into the domain of military fan fiction. Neither approached the success of the first book.