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World War Z
World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War | Max Brooks
Now a major motion pictureThe Zombie War came unthinkably close to eradicating humanity. Max Brooks, driven by the urgency of preserving the acid-etched first-hand experiences of the survivors from those apocalyptic years, traveled across the United States of America and throughout the world, from decimated cities that once teemed with upwards of thirty million souls to the most remote and inhospitable areas of the planet. He recorded the testimony of men, women, and sometimes children who came face-to-face with the living, or at least the undead, hell of that dreadful time. World War Z is the result. Never before have we had access to a document that so powerfully conveys the depth of fear and horror, and also the ineradicable spirit of resistance, that gripped human society through the plague years.Ranging from the now infamous village of New Dachang in the United Federation of China, where the epidemiological trail began with the twelve-year-old Patient Zero, to the unnamed northern forests where untold numbers sought a terrible and temporary refuge in the cold, to the United States of Southern Africa, where the Redeker Plan provided hope for humanity at an unspeakable price, to the west-of-the-Rockies redoubt where the North American tide finally started to turn, this invaluable chronicle reflects the full scope and duration of the Zombie War. Most of all, the book captures with haunting immediacy the human dimension of this epochal event. Facing the often raw and vivid nature of these personal accounts requires a degree of courage on the part of the reader, but the effort is invaluable because, as Mr. Brooks says in his introduction, By excluding the human factor, aren't we risking the kind of personal detachment from history that may, heaven forbid, lead us one day to repeat it? And in the end, isn't the human factor the only true difference between us and the enemy we now refer to as 'the living dead'?Note: Some of the numerical and factual material contained in this edition was previously published under the auspices of the United Nations Postwar Commission.Eyewitness reports from the first truly global warI found 'Patient Zero' behind the locked door of an abandoned apartment across town. . . . His wrists and feet were bound with plastic packing twine. Although he'd rubbed off the skin around his bonds, there was no blood. There was also no blood on his other wounds. . . . He was writhing like an animal; a gag muffled his growls. At first the villagers tried to hold me back. They warned me not to touch him, that he was 'cursed.' I shrugged them off and reached for my mask and gloves. The boy's skin was . . . cold and gray . . . I could find neither his heartbeat nor his pulse. Dr. Kwang Jingshu, Greater Chongqing, United Federation of China'Shock and Awe'? Perfect name. . . . But what if the enemy can't be shocked and awed? Not just won't, but biologically can't! That's what happened that day outside New York City, that's the failure that almost lost us the whole damn war. The fact that we couldn't shock and awe Zack boomeranged right back in our faces and actually allowed Zack to shock and awe us! They're not afraid! No matter what we do, no matter how many we kill, they will never, ever be afraid! Todd Wainio, former U.S. Army infantryman and veteran of the Battle of YonkersTwo hundred million zombies. Who can even visualize that type of number, let alone combat it? . . . For the first time in history, we faced an enemy that was actively waging total war. They had no limits of endurance. They would never negotiate, never surrender. They would fight until the very end because, unlike us, every single one of them, every second of every day, was devoted to consuming all life on Earth. General Travis D'Ambrosia, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe
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Kimberlone
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Car ride listening! Glad I‘m not driving because it is raining so hard. Did not get a lot of reading done this weekend due to being out of town for a party. Hopefully get in some Dracula reading tonight though!

#scarathlon #24b4monday #teamstoker @TheReadingMermaid

Zoes_Human This is my all-time favorite road trip book. I have driven through the Yukon Territory with snow on the ground while listening to the bit about what happens to the folks going north and, on another road trip, I was going across the bridge over the Atchafalaya Swamp while listening to the part that happens there.

It's an amazing production, and I have a ton of good memories associated with it.
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Kimberlone @Zoes_Human I‘ve read the book before but the audiobook is such a different story experience! Loving the full cast production. 4w
TheReadingMermaid 🧟‍♀️ 3w
Reggie @Zoes_Human lol, that is awesome. I read this book such a long time ago but has stayed with me. That poor girl‘s parents and the pressure they were under to keep her alive. Would you have eaten the soup? And that pilot who gets sucked out of the plain over the swamp is my favorite part of the book. How she saves herself subconsciously. Mets!!! 3w
Zoes_Human @Reggie I would have eaten the soup.

I only recently relistened to it. I've had an abridged copy that was gifted to me in 2009 for the road trip moving back to NC from AK. However, I recently purchased an unabridged edition and listened to that I love, love, love all the extra material.
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MrBook
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😂😂😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🧟‍♂️ #LitsyHumor

brit91 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 4w
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MandaMT
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I originally read this back when it was published. I brought my copy into school. While assessing 7th and 8th grade students for reading intervention I show them a table covered in books and ask what appeals to them. This is by far the most popular one. Figured I should re-read it to see if there was anything wildly inappropriate. A few F-bombs, a few surly characters. Nothing worse than what they‘re watching on cable tv or Netflix. (Cont)

MandaMT I‘ve always loved that this book is a totally different take on the zombie genre. Instead of a group of scrappy characters holed up somewhere or trying to get from point A to point B, it looks at an outbreak from a global scale. Brooks has some interesting ideas about who would struggle and who would thrive based on geopolitical history and policies. 1mo
MandaMT Might be hard for younger readers to get into w/out that background knowledge. Conversely, it could be a spring board for them to learn more. 1mo
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Geeklet
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I‘ve read the print book a few times so I went with an audiobook for this reread. The audiobook is amazing. The only downside is that I couldn‘t stop remembering that awful World War Z movie. This story deserved better.

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Caroline2
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I love a good book vs the film comparison and in this case I‘d say the film is better although it is completely different. The author must have been fuming!!! 😬 #scarathlon #teamstoker

TheReadingMermaid 🧟‍♀️ 1mo
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Caroline2
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Hmm, I loved the first half. The concept is so cool; reading about a zombie apocalypse like a history book. But then I got world weary, with no character to care about or root for and all the gun-ho craziness, it just all got too much for me. 🤷‍♀️ #scarathlon #ScaryScavengerHunt (with zombies in it) #teamstoker

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eraderneely I‘m due for a reread, but when I read this 10 years ago I really enjoyed the metaphor of immigration politics and global crises. Not sure if it holds up to my mid-30s critique though! 1mo
Caroline2 @eraderneely I know what you mean, I enjoyed that aspect. It was very clever. 👍 1mo
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DGRachel
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Just a tiny sampling of my #orangeandblack covers for #screamathonphotochallenge

Alora So pretty! 🎃🍁🧡 1mo
Mandoul That looks good 👍🎃 1mo
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Caroline2
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🤬 stupid stickers ruining my book mail, I hate ordered books off eBay and they arrive with massive stickers that have been glued on with super glue and you try peeling em off and they leave like a sticker shadow behind! 🤬 looking forward to reading this for #scarathlon tho! 👍 #teamstoker

ValerieAndBooks Hate those stickers! If there is residue, Goo Gone has worked well for me. 1mo
Caroline2 @ValerieAndBooks great tip thanks. 1mo
TheReadingMermaid Oh my God somebody else feels my pain!!! Hugs to you sweetheart 🤗🤗🤗 🧟‍♀️ 1mo
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Megabooks
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Mail call!! 📭📦 #oop #outofprint #botm

Starting with WWZ for something totally different!

Scochrane26 I love out of print merch. 2mo
Megabooks @Scochrane26 me too! I feel like half the shirts I wear just to hang out and run errands are oop or bookish! 2mo
Scochrane26 You should check out teeturtle also. They have really cute book shirts. I have one of belle reading. They have sales sometimes where shirts are $12. 2mo
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Megabooks @Scochrane26 oooo!! Thanks for the heads up! I got these on two for one day so they were $15 each, which is about as good as oop gets. 2mo
Reggie I loved World War Z!!!!!! That book is wonderful!! Hope you like it! 2mo
britt_brooke Love the Velocireader shirt! 2mo
Megabooks @Reggie So far, so good!! 2mo
Megabooks @britt_brooke Thanks! I was very tempted to get the “fight evil, read books” one you have, but I was ultimately swayed by the blue! Favorite color. 😁 2mo
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atla
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This may be my first DNF for #24in48. This audiobook legit put me to sleep. Another litsy reviewer called it World War ZzzZzZzzzz (an unpopular opinion) and I concur so far. #24in48readathon

twohectobooks Interesting! I‘ve heard tons of great things about this audiobook. I read this one in paperback and liked it pretty well though found the voices blended together too much. The audio was supposed to solve that problem. 4mo
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RavenLovelyReads
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I couldn‘t wait til Halloween to break out the creepy! 😳

wanderinglynn Great mug! 👍🏻👍🏻 5mo
Clare-Dragonfly Creepy knows no season 😄 5mo
RavenLovelyReads @Clare-Dragonfly I couldn‘t agree more! 5mo
RavenLovelyReads @wanderinglynn Thank you! My only complaint is that it is too small- I like big mugs (and I cannot lie 😉) 5mo
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This popped up in my Facebook memories this morning. 💜 From 2013, when I adopted TeddyCat, he clearly endorses World War Z & shows that books ARE better with friends. 😹 #catsoflitsy

Leftcoastzen So cute!😻 7mo
rretzler Adorable 😻 7mo
RiverKScottWrites Aww 🥰 🐈 7mo
AlaMich 😻 7mo
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RamsFan1963
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📖 World War Z
🎥 Night of the Living Dead
🎶 Dead Man's Party - Oingo Boingo

#manicmonday @joscho

JoScho 🖤🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
Pricel101 World War Z might be my FAVE audiobook ever 🎧🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
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AnansiGirl
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📖 World War Z

🎥Shaun of the Dead

🎼 The Walking Dead theme song ~ Bear McCreary

#grrargh #manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho 🖤🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
AnansiGirl @JoScho 🧟‍♀️🍩☕️☕️☕️☕️👩🏻 8mo
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Megabooks
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📚 World War Z
🎞 Night of the Living Dead (I‘ve never seen it!)
🎶 Monster Mash

#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho 🖤🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
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Book: World War Z
Movie: Warm Bodies - the only zombie movie I've really enjoyed; I'm not much for horror
Song: Dragula - I don't think it has anything to do with zombies lyric-wise, but it *sounds* like a zombie song to me
#ManicMonday @JoScho

JoScho Great song and I think a perfect choice! 8mo
flying_monkeys Have you watched Fido (2006)? It‘s more about the social commentary/ satire than horror. 8mo
Bkwrm7 @flying_monkeys I have not! I will have to look for that one. Thanks for the rec! 8mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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I'm a couple days late with my January #roundup.
January was a good reading month for me. I enjoyed all of these very much.
Which was my favorite? It's a surprise to me, but World War Z edged the others out; especially with having the full cast #Audiobook going as well as reading the physical book.
I'm hoping that February is just as good.
#LitsyPartyofOne

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Great start to 2019! 📚💕 10mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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Why did it take me so long to read this book?!?!?
I loved it. My only complaint is that it is over. It was so much more interesting than I expected it to be. Full review on #Goodreads.
I recommend listening to the full cast audiobook. I did that while reading along with a paperback copy.
And now, for something totally different...Crazy Rich Asians for my #IRL #bookclub Thursday. I hope I can finish in time.

Reggie I love the story about the woman who parachutes into the swamp because the plane explodes and she‘s talking to the woman who doesn‘t exist but is her own voice. Mets. 10mo
MaleficentBookDragon @Reggie Yes, that was a great one. I loved (and was a little saddened by) the one about the dogs. 10mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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Is it wrong that I am reading this in a hospital while waiting to get blood work done? 😏

gradcat No, it‘s perfect 👌🏻 👩🏼‍⚕️🙂 10mo
iread2much This is a great book to read anytime and anywhere! 10mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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My weekend plans include a charity drag brunch/show and some of #audiocrocheting to WWZ.
I now have to figure out what I can attempt next. Am I ready for a granny square? This is just a small sampling of the crocheting books I've collected lately. Persephone is helping me decide.😸
#hookersoflitsy #catsoflitsy

AlaMich I think you should do a bookmark!!😊 10mo
Grrlbrarian I am super duper jealous that you get to go to a drag brunch! Sounds amazing ❤️ 10mo
Soubhiville The drag brunch sounds like so much fun! 10mo
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Silvertongue I‘ve just gotten into crochet myself!! Need to get some audiobooks lined up because it‘ll be the perfect activity! What‘s been your favorite thing you‘ve made so far? 10mo
LauraJ Dusty Boxx is THE best name 😹 10mo
saresmoore Okay, I‘m jealous of your drag brunch! Sounds great! Also, how is the Geek Chic book? 10mo
MaleficentBookDragon @saresmoore I like it a lot. Most of the projects are still too advanced for me, but I'll get there. 10mo
MaleficentBookDragon @Silvertongue I made sone tree ornaments this year. They were really fun to do and fast. I gave a bunch away as gifts. 10mo
Silvertongue @MaleficentBookDragon omg that‘s such a great idea!!! I‘ll definitely have to remember that for later this year! 10mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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#ChampagneThursday is prosecco with Sweet Revenge. It is also time for WWZ #Audiobook while packing up some #LitsyMail

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MaleficentBookDragon
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I am totally digging the full cast #audiobook for World War Z. But, I like having the physical book too so I can read along. I'm a weirdo.

ofbooksandme See? It's awesome how much it brings to the story. 10mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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And now a nice zombie bedtime story read to me by a great cast. I can't wait to hear who Simon Peggy is (geeky fangirl moment).
Sweet dreams my awesome Littens.

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ofbooksandme
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First book of 2019. What a great idea to have chosen the audiobook. The All-star cast is amazing, but it also adds flavor and a key element to the story. I'm not sure how much I would have liked if I had just read it.
The writing is good. I loved how it's not your typical American zombie story. It's at a global scale and that reflects on the different stories, ways of survival, characters' traits and so on.
My W pick for #LitsyAtoZ!
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HotMessJess Such a great read!! I really enjoyed this one! 10mo
MaleficentBookDragon I'm going to try this on audio. Thanks for the review. 10mo
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Eos462
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World War Z
Bill Willingham
WALL-E
Wonton Soup

#manicmonday #letterw @JoScho

Guess I'm having wonton soup for dinner now. :)

JoScho 😊🖤 11mo
Erofan WALL-E ❤ 🤖 11mo
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Kimberlone
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Airport reading with my bf. We have a LONG layover (~7 hours!) at LAX before our last flight back to AK. He finally started reading the tagged book that I had passed onto him when we first started dating (2.5 years ago). He keeps commenting on my underlining and marginalia (yes, I am one of those heathens who writes in their books!).

TheBookHippie Wait...we aren't supposed to write in them 😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣oops 12mo
Skyrimir I write in my books too! 12mo
CoffeeNBooks I almost always write in my books! 12mo
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Kimberlone @TheBookHippie @Skyrimir @CoffeeNBooks happy to know I‘m not the only one! Seems like a lot of people on litsy view it as blasphemy. 12mo
CoffeeNBooks @Kimberlone It always surprises me when people think it's blasphemous- it's not like I'm ripping the covers off the books, people! 🤣 I'm an English teacher, and I encourage my AP Literature students to buy their own copies of books if possible, so they can write in them. How else are you supposed to go back and find all of the great quotes or insights you had when you were reading?! 😊 12mo
Kimberlone @CoffeeNBooks 100% agreed! As an English major in college, I couldn‘t read for class without writing in my books! 10 years later, and I never got out of the habit. When I buy books, I always try to pick up cheap used paperbacks. Then I don‘t have to feel bad about marking in them at all! 12mo
monalyisha I‘m with you! Books change us; we should change them a little, too! 🖤 12mo
merelybookish Is that considered blasphemy? I thought it's what engaged readers do! 12mo
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#WriterNerds challenge day 3. If you could meet any character who would you choose?

I thought about this a TON. Ultimately, I have to go with one of the MCs in my zombie series. Lucky Bailey is decisive, intelligent, caring, protective, and funny. I'm pretty sure I could spend hours just talking with him. Maybe go horseback riding. He's been at the top of my favorite characters list for 6 years now. I love him!

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Eos462
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1. WALL-E - I dragged my sick mother to the opening midnight showing, because I knew it was going to be my favorite thing ever.
2. No, but I would like too.
3. World War Z. It would have been a fine movie, its just not anything like the book.
4. Making muffins, visiting a friend, and gaming/reading

#friyayintro @howjessreads

BookwormAHN Welcome to Litsy 😺 12mo
Eos462 @BookwormAHN Thank you! So far, its been pretty fun! 12mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 📖💙 12mo
CarolynM Welcome to Litsy 🌼 12mo
Eos462 Thank you all. Are there any xmas exchanges still open? 12mo
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Andrew65
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Not greatly into Zombie‘s but this book intrigued me. Has anyone read it? Would you recommend it?.

#Zombie #BlackCatChallenge

Soubhiville I actually didn‘t like it that much. It‘s a series of reports and short glimpses of different people‘s experiences of the zombie apocalypse. I prefer straight up novels. 13mo
mdm139 I liked it alot even though the format was very different. 13mo
Dragon I liked this one. The book is much better than the movie. Zombie 🧟‍♂️ apocalypse books are a favourite. 13mo
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Geeklet I love it! The movie is straight garbage but the book is phenomenal. It‘s set up like a report based on interviews from around the world. Some stories are so memorable that I‘m not sure I‘ll ever forget them. The audiobook is also excellent. 13mo
Morr_Books Yessss! I'm not a zombie book person, but this was hauntingly intelligent. Loved it! 13mo
Addison_Reads I enjoyed this one, although not as much as his other book, The Zombie Survival Guide. 13mo
Andrew65 This certainly appears a mainly popular book. Thanks everyone for your feedback. @Soubhiville @mdm139 @Dragon @Geeklet @Morr_Books @Addison_Reads 🙌👍😊 13mo
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DavidDiamond
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Unpopular opinion but this book bored the crap out of me. Since all the stories are told by survivors, except for a handful of stories, there‘s no tension or suspense. No character development, no story arc. All the characters have the same voice even though they‘re from different parts of the globe. And there is so much military & weaponry jargon that it required 90+ footnotes to explain what it all meant.
For me, this was World War Zzzzzzzzzz!

Sabrinamw This is what I was concerned about reading the paper/digital version. You should try listening to the audio edition. I am about 1/3 into the story and I am enjoying all the different voices and the journalistic style. (edited) 14mo
DavidDiamond @Sabrinamw I‘m not really an audiobook listener, but if there is any book that would be improved by this format, it would be this one! Happy listening! 14mo
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SkeletonKey
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My next audiobook. I decided to donate my print copy because the idea of listening to a full cast read it sounds pretty awesome! Thanks, OverDrive.

#horror

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Tristhetramp
Pickpick

Great!

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danibel
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I have some books on Audible that I never got around to

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Egleason

Not one of those West Point, war college, medals-up-the-ass, four-star fart bags said, “Hey we got plenty of fancy weapons, we got enough shit for them to shoot?” 😂🤣

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TracyReadsBooks
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Zombies don‘t sparkle, they don‘t seduce, they don‘t love—except, perhaps those in Warm Bodies—they don‘t do much except chomp brains & die...eventually...hopefully. The best zombie stories speak to how humanity overcomes itself, and the zombies of course, to find a way to survive. The tagged book does this well. I loved the format & while I thought the first half was more interesting than the second, I enjoyed the book. A good zombie read. (2/50)

trioxin_sematary You should check this out, if you haven't already. ☺ 1y
TracyReadsBooks @trioxin_sematary Ohh, it sounds excellent! Thanks for bringing it to my attention. The Reapers are the Angels is added to my list! 1y
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Having blown past this year‘s reading challenge with unseemly haste (I‘ve read 207 of 150 books), I‘ve decided to add to the challenge. All credit to a perusal of my absolutely HUGE TBR pile this afternoon. My new goal is to read at least 50 of the books currently in my TBR pile before the end of the year. I bought them for a reason, right? Right. Time to read the TBR pile! The Crypt Thief was 1/50, the tagged book is the second.

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clairehaye
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This one took me a while just because life kept getting the way of reading. World War Z the movie is one of my favourite films so I loved this book supposedly written during and after telling accounts of different people from the war. It's fairly graphic in places but not overly ghoulish. Brilliant read for anyone who loves a good Zombie tale

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Egleason
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I don‘t know why but I love survival scenario books. The more mundanely detailed the better. Please more paragraphs about scrounging for canned goods 🤣 #apocalypse #survival

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 👍🏻📚 1y
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BookishGamer87
Mehso-so

I'm one of those people that read the book after watching (and loving) the movie, and...I'm just really underwhelmed. I love the format of the book, but it just got so long and drawn out, that by the end, I was just glad it was over.

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Chemisecure
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Alexander Meowilton helping me read World War Z. I hope it doesn't give him nightmares.

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Schlinkles
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This month‘s sci-fi/fantasy book club pick

theresidentromantic The audio book for this is amazing, but it's not the whole book, just certain stories. But it's acted by big names for each story like Alan Alda and Nathan Fillion. 1y
Schlinkles @theresidentromantic My husband listened to it and loved it. I have trouble with audiobooks unless I‘ve read the book previously. I‘ll definitely give it a go once I finish reading. 1y
theresidentromantic Haha I have the opposite trouble! It's so hard for me to pick up a book once the characters have been otherwise brought to life. Still haven't actually read this book, for example 🤣🤣 Happy reading! 1y
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RuthyBux
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I didn't think this would be my cup of tea....but it's amazing 😍 #sundayreading #currentread #wwz

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Blueberry
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I probably liked this movie better than the book. But the audio book was very cool in that it had a lot of famous people narrating.

#Readingresolutions @Jess7 #booktomovie

Nute 🤔These were two very different experiences. I don‘t even feel like that movie was based on this book. 2y
Swe_Eva @Nute I‘d agree with that - vaguely related, but very much not the same. 2y
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Melwilk
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I had my own little readathon today and was able to knock out this book. Overall, it was intriguing. I have read many zombie apocalypse books, and this one is unique. I like the way it is presented in little vignettes from the various participants. If you like zombie lit, I suggest you give this one a try. #MountTBR #192019

callielafleur This is really wonderful on audio. A full cast, lots of famous voices. I really enjoyed it! 2y
Melwilk @callielafleur I bet this is good on audio. It sounds interesting. 2y
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siekmang

Really good job setting an atmosphere of how the world changed from the family relationships all the way up to national security levels. I enjoy that!

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Bookworm54
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Pickpick

I have been reading this on and off during my snow days this week.

I loved the interview format of the book, and although it was very different to the film, it was so good!

A comprehensive history of the zombie war. What I found particularly interesting (like with Feed) is that technology is still a major part of war and postwar life, not only for those fighting the living dead, but for the civilians.

readinginthedark I‘ve been wondering how this one would be on audio because of the format. Haven‘t read it yet. 2y
Bookworm54 @readinginthedark I only had the paper version, but have heard the audio is really good 2y
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