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 You know... World War Z... 
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Post You know... World War Z...
...is one of the better true sci-fi novels of the last decade. A technical masterpiece for a novel of it's aim.


Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:56 pm
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Post Re: You know... World War Z...
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...is one of the better true sci-fi novels of the last decade. A technical masterpiece for a novel of it's aim.


I've been saying it since 2006 Roo. I've read it 3 times now and listened to the Audiobook.

Which interviews did you like the best?


Tue Mar 31, 2009 7:23 am
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You guys should read Warday since its very similar in style to World War Z

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Tue Mar 31, 2009 8:19 am
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Gulli wrote:
You guys should read Warday since its very similar in style to World War Z


Ah, Whitley Strieber. I'll have to check it out. Thanks Pad.


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Which interviews did you like the best?

The Yonkers part, and the dude who talked about the walk across the US and Dr. Chandra. Also the young Muslim man who went to Isreal.

The whole thing is insanely complex and develops along the way. Was brilliant.


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How is the Zombie Survival Guide? Is it as political as World War Z or just a straight forward zombie parody horror?


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How is the Zombie Survival Guide? Is it as political as World War Z or just a straight forward zombie parody horror?


It's like the other 5 dozen parody survival guides out there. But if you're a zed-head, you should get it.

Brooks does have a 2 new books coming at some point. One is called Recorded Attacks, which follows zombie attacks through history. And the other is a graphic novel of WWZ. Neither seems to have an film release date unfortunately.


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I plan to read this book, does anyone have an e-book to share?


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