Contaminated: A Zombie Survival Novel

Contaminated A Zombie Survival Novel Dr Arthur Covington may hold the key to the most important discovery in the history of humankind He is however not the only interested party If he is to survive treachery and attempts on his life in

  • Title: Contaminated: A Zombie Survival Novel
  • Author: Suzanne Robb
  • ISBN: 9781478333494
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dr Arthur Covington may hold the key to the most important discovery in the history of humankind He is, however, not the only interested party If he is to survive treachery and attempts on his life in his bid to escape a secure, high tech facility, he will have to rely on others but who can he trust Underground, an explosion rocks the facility Someone drops a viralDr Arthur Covington may hold the key to the most important discovery in the history of humankind He is, however, not the only interested party If he is to survive treachery and attempts on his life in his bid to escape a secure, high tech facility, he will have to rely on others but who can he trust Underground, an explosion rocks the facility Someone drops a viral agent In a new world where none can be trusted, Covington s life hangs in the balance It s a race against timed the end of the worlde it s not just the living he has to fight against The dead are rising Dead men walk the halls below the earth, and the only thing keeping him from being contaminated is his gas maskd it won t last forever.

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    1. I liked parts of this story but others felt rushed and slapped together for sake of moving things along. Longer review to come.Reviewed originally @Blood,Sweat and BooksMy Thoughts: Good in places, lacking in others. I really enjoyed the Resident Evil feel of this story. Close quarters and zombies provide a suspenseful atmosphere and the author plays off that well. However, I think the story was a bit predictable in places such as the traitors were obvious and lacked any surprise and the writing [...]

    2. Technically 3.5 stars, but worthy of the rounding up. Sometimes experimenting with space rocks isn't exactly the smarted thing a scientist can do, especially when it's your first day on the job and you're just getting used to your laboratory. Dr Arthur Covington's first day on the job in an underground research facility does not go as he had planned. His experiment goes drastically wrong and an explosion occurs, but even the explosion is not typical. The dead come back to life and what happens n [...]

    3. Good background stories to all the main characters, some brilliantly delivered information re a "planet" and why it should be studied. Essentially I thought this was a great premise for a story but it seemed to lose its way about a 3rd of the way in it went from space exploration mission with a bit of corporate espionage to rampaging zombies in a locked down building.Lot of differing angles to a story made it a little confusing at times and a bit repetitive in the description of how secure the b [...]

    4. Where to begin??The lack of an actual story? The confusing attempt at exciting story? Or the repetitive fact that every five seconds somebody was forcing down vomit?I read this book hoping there'd be some big twist at the end that made it all worth while and explain allInstead I was met with even more confusing chapters and *spoiler alert* the entire cast (who had the personality and likability of a rocking chair) all dead I'm all for the "nobody is safe" rule when story telling but at least mak [...]

    5. Suzanne Robb is a person in severe need of a sub-editor.Every zombie kill sprays gore, causing somebody to gag. Using a rope to descend into a silo (which happens quite a lot) is now repelling, instead of rappelling. A couple of characters accidentally swap names for a few seconds towards the end, and the grammar gets worse towards the climax, as though to reflect the dire straits in which the protagonists find themselves.None of this would matter if the story was good, but it actually makes no [...]

    6. Actually nearly gave up with this a few times felt no bond with characters and struggling to keep pace of who was who and the action scenesquite unrelenting action scenes .agine a building full of doors and floors and on each one lots of actionen I realised it's a very accurate zombie outbreak scenario set in a top security albeit flawed security laboratory.d Resident Evil sprang into mind and I was enjoying reading thisevere it's actually really good!!And the zombies have instant rot valuepure [...]

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