Classic zombie horror comes to Wooneyville! Joey isn't about to let his girlfriend become zombie chow, but she is on the other side of a town and flesh-eating monsters are quickly outnumbering the living. Without a vehicle, Joey shoots and slices his way through the streets, carving a path to the medical center where his girl, Dana, works the graveyard shift.Chaos reigns oClassic zombie horror comes to Wooneyville! Joey isn't about to let his girlfriend become zombie chow, but she is on the other side of a town and flesh-eating monsters are quickly outnumbering the living. Without a vehicle, Joey shoots and slices his way through the streets, carving a path to the medical center where his girl, Dana, works the graveyard shift.Chaos reigns on the streets of Wooneyville.The police are overwhelmed and the people are scared witless, but something else is going on. Joey witnesses long-dead corpses--some of them no more than skeleton--rising from their graves....
|Title||:||Wooneyville (Zombified Episode #1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||140 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Wooneyville (Zombified Episode #1) Reviews
I'm torn because, while this book wasn't exactly terrible, it wasn't really great. It's got all the right parts: blood, gore, guts, tits, hot girlfriend (who finds time to stop and make out with her BF when zombies are coming up the stairs to eat them), guns, and A Hero Who Can Do Everything.When I read books who have 'that' character, A Hero Who Can Do Everything, I always know that the author is living out his fantasies through a character he/she creates, which has its place, I guess, but it gets old. I read zombie book after zombie book, and maybe because I am older and not typically a person who would read zombie books, it becomes glaringly evident which authors are creatively writing a story and which authors are living out their fantasies where they have everything they want and get everything right and always do the right thing, even when others around them are tragically bumped off.There's just nothing new here, though the origin of the outbreak holds some interesting possibilities, but that story thread is just never picked up. And I don't get the "appendices" in the end. There is no earthly reason why those chapters should not be part of the main story. In fact, if they HAD been, the book would have been much more developed.And authors? Please stop not really conclusively ending books. You want a series, I get it. You want a continuing storyline, I get it. But, and hear me carefully, EACH BOOK SHOULD HAVE A BEGINNING, A MIDDLE AND A TRUE AND PROPER ENDING.
The first in a series, Zombified starts with a bang, full of action. In an incredibly short amount of time, zombies have taken over the town, at an alarming rate. No one knows how or why it has started and the zombie population quickly overtakes the uninfected human population. The story has everything you need for a good horror novel: gore, suspense, creepiness, and a battle for survival. The plot is a good one, with lots of action to keep you in the story. While definately gory, there were also a lot of suprisingly funny parts, especially within the dialogue of Joey. The story also went beyond the typical zombie apocolypse stories I have read, bringing zombies out of the grave and even a cameo appearance of a zombie dog! I liked the fact that although it was basically a zombie story, there was a lot of suspense and mystery underneath. When the novel ends, you are left with questions, questions I won't expand upon so as not to drop a spoiler. But there are hints throughout that there is more to the story than that which meets the eyes. There are hints that the apocolypse wasn't a total surprise, and that it mysteriously doesn't affect some people. A great lead into the next book, Zombified (Episode 2: Yankee Heights), out now and which I will be picking up to continue the story. It's a quick read, and a fun one! I gave it a 3.5 mugs.