Flesh Code: Vol. I (Book One of the Dead Education's Army, Novella series)

Flesh Code Vol I Book One of the Dead Education s Army Novella series The education system in America is bad enough but when the world s schools are brainwashing the future with New Order World rhetoric well the end result iszombies This first novella in this Young

  • Title: Flesh Code: Vol. I (Book One of the Dead Education's Army, Novella series)
  • Author: AlanDale
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The education system in America is bad enough, but when the world s schools are brainwashing the future with New Order World rhetoric, well, the end result, iszombies.This first novella in this Young Adult Series Ages 14 and up explores the coming of the zombie horde or scrats who took the NWO S compliance pill and are now ready to eat everyone in sight ThoseThe education system in America is bad enough, but when the world s schools are brainwashing the future with New Order World rhetoric, well, the end result, iszombies.This first novella in this Young Adult Series Ages 14 and up explores the coming of the zombie horde or scrats who took the NWO S compliance pill and are now ready to eat everyone in sight Those that didn t turn were the small percentage of students who thought for themselves and now must use those smarts to survive the zombie apocalypse.Also, the adults who didn t take their own pills are left to fight the millions of zombies who felt the NWO was to be listened to and trusted.As two cousins trapped in their respective schools on two different sides of the United States try to keep in touch through this new war, kids all over the world move toward social media sites and text messaging to help each other survive the zombies attack on those who were smarter than them to begin with Flesh Code Vol I is written entirely in social media formats as the young turn toward what has become their primary way of communicating in the 21st century As the New World Order moves in on shutting down all communication, kids rally to find the best way to stage their fight against the ghoulish flesh eaters they once called their friends Flesh Code Vol I is the alternative, YA universe version, of Alan Dale s Dead Nations Army trilogy which launched in July with Code Flesh Four characters from DNA have crossed over into the DEA series while a number of characters in one book have an alternative personality in the other.A series that has caused plenty of controversy and brought in its share of enemies, both the DNA and DEA series hope to entertain as well as inform readers of the world we live and where we are headedJoin the Army fresh flesh

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    1. This is the best zombie book I have read since World War Z! I have been trying to find another zombie book like it and I was looking through amazon books and found this one. Even if you are thrown right into the whole of things from the beginning I liked it though I can see a chapter kind of filling us in I still feel kind of confused as to how the pills are brought out. I would definately recommend to my fellow zombie lovers :)

    2. Wow all I can say! I really enjoyed this book. I felt even though we don't know much about the characters (you are pretty much thrown into it from the beginning) that they were strongly developed. I loved the pace of the book,seemed to flow easily & kept me wanting to turn the page to see what else happens. I love the idea behind the book & I can't wait to read the next one to find out what happens.

    3. I really tried to like this story, but there was so much confusion in this book, I could not tell what was going on. A really good editor could make this into a good book. I really like what Mr. Dale's message was, but I could not make sense of the story. You went from one character's thoughts straight into another's without any kind of break or told who was speaking. And the commas, Lord the commasey where everywhere! Places they weren't supposed to be. I will try to read again if and when it i [...]

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