Waking The Zed

Waking The Zed Waking The Zed explores the true story of zombie origins and the first day of the zombie apocalypse What s your theory about the rise of the dead Pam Stone shows up for a job she hates at Future Fait

  • Title: Waking The Zed
  • Author: M.L. Katz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Waking The Zed explores the true story of zombie origins, and the first day of the zombie apocalypse What s your theory about the rise of the dead Pam Stone shows up for a job she hates at Future Faith Cryonics She dislikes caring for frozen bodies, but she really hates her employer When her mad boss starts experimenting with a new serum that she believes can reviveWaking The Zed explores the true story of zombie origins, and the first day of the zombie apocalypse What s your theory about the rise of the dead Pam Stone shows up for a job she hates at Future Faith Cryonics She dislikes caring for frozen bodies, but she really hates her employer When her mad boss starts experimenting with a new serum that she believes can revive her very cold clients, Pam may not even survive long enough to regret taking this job

    One thought on “Waking The Zed”

    1. 3 StarsThis is a decent novella that is worth a read if you are a post-apoc junkie like I am. The story and the characters are very typical for a zombie book, nothing new to be found here. The best part of this novella is the writing of ML Katz.I enjoyed this book enough that I will surely pick up the second for my Kindle. Recommended to lovers of the genre.

    2. Waking The Zed sports a cool cover, and I've read other stuff by ML Katz with enjoyment. Besides I'm always a sucker for a new ZA book. Anyway I downloaded this book on publication day and finished it the same night. Who doesn't like gross corpses coming back from the dead to eat your brains? The author mentions that this is a novella - I think it was about 70 Pages. I wish it was longer because I didn't want it to end. We can always hope for a sequel though. That said - it was a satisfying stor [...]

    3. Great story taking us to the start of the zombie apocalypse. The author did a commendable job of explaining its origins without getting boring with too many techinical details. Moves at a good pace, pulled me right in from the start and kept me anxious to see what happens next.4 stars instead of 5 as I found the writing style a little stiff and formal- everything was 'I am' instead of contracting it to 'I'm'. Not a big deal, just kind of stuffy for my preference and what I'm used to in a zombie [...]

    4. Pamela Stone is a doctoral student working for an obnoxious doctor who runs a cryogenics lab. the bodes stored there are all of uber-wealthy people who are being stored until they can be regenerated and brought back to health. The doctor in charge is working on a cure for death. Then one day, she finds one.I will premise by saying that I am not a fan of zombie books, but a lot of reviewers said this is not your typical zombie book. And I agree. Basically, I would have normally given it two stars [...]

    5. A solid story of a zombie apocalypse. Somewhat unique, because we're at ground zero for it. I liked the pacing, and the main character was a thoughtful person in an apocalypse, not panicking and making really bad decisions. However, I'm giving it a rating of 3 instead of 4 for two reasons -- I didn't like the ending (too abrupt), and the book could have used another bout of editing.

    6. this was your typical zombie type book. It was short and to the point. The story line and writing was easy to read and the ending leaves you hanging as you don't know what happens to the character but it was a good story.

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