The Dead Walk Diaries: Night

The Dead Walk Diaries: Night

Joe Young / Jan 26, 2020

The Dead Walk Diaries Night The world changed forever in the course of one night the first night of the zombie epidemic A countless number of people were killed only to rise again as the walking dead This collection of diaries

  • Title: The Dead Walk Diaries: Night
  • Author: Joe Young
  • ISBN: 9781434818164
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • The world changed forever in the course of one night, the first night of the zombie epidemic A countless number of people were killed only to rise again as the walking dead This collection of diaries are the first hand accounts from people that witnessed what happened and describe in their own words what they experienced Gathered from handwritten journals, reports, noteThe world changed forever in the course of one night, the first night of the zombie epidemic A countless number of people were killed only to rise again as the walking dead This collection of diaries are the first hand accounts from people that witnessed what happened and describe in their own words what they experienced Gathered from handwritten journals, reports, notes, audio and video recordings the Dead Walk Diaries paints a vivid picture of the horror, atrocities, and chaos that occurred the first night the dead walked and attacked the living.

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    188 Comments

    1. I really enjoyed this book, it's such a fresh and original approach to the zombie genre. Each diary builds on the other and although by themselves the stories are extremely entertaining, collectively they are a masterpiece. It was just so intriguing to know what people were experiencing and how they were reacting during their different ordeals and the zombies weren't always the enemy. All of the stories take place on the first night the dead rise, some survive, some don't. I cannot wait for the [...]


    2. I debated on four or five stars for this surprisingly fun and brief compilation of individual's tales of the first night of the undead invasion. This book is somewhat mysterious in that there is no publisher listed and no details about the author. Heading to the website all you get is the option of ordering the book and a few tidbits on it plus it gives the impression that the author has collected these stories from other people--the website asks you for your diary entry, making me wonder if thi [...]


    3. This is a fun book, but it's been done before, most notably (and much better) by Max Brooks in WORLD WAR Z. The premise is that an undead zombie hoard has risen, and the "book" is the documentation found by those who went through it.Most of those who left messages - videos, office memos, notes on napkins, etc. - are now dead. Some of the "entries" are funny in a horrible zombie-uprising way, like the office worker hiding in a supply closet who makes himself President since everyone else is now d [...]


    4. A mixed bag. Some decent segments in this poor man's World War Z (each chapter is a different character's POV of the first night of the zombie apocalypse) and I liked how the author focused on one town, connecting the segments with one another, sometimes subtly and other times very blatantly. I would have liked more distinction between some of the different narrative voices; they blended together in places. More care needed to be taken with the editing (‘feint of heart’ instead of ‘faint o [...]


    5. First, this is a short book, only about 130 pages, and looks to be a vanity press publishing. It contains a series of stories concerning various peoples views of first night of a zombie "rise". While they were entertaining nothing really stood out, except for one. "Office Memos" is a series of notes written by a survivor trapped in his office supply closet, and I have to admit had me chuckling as I read it. I woul dhave rated it higher if there had been more physical content in the book, or the [...]


    6. This was a decent book but it was typical zombie literature I liked all the stories and could see how they all fit together but instead of forming them into a single story, the author just stops in the middle of the story and saysto be continued. That is the easy way out and it makes me sorry I took the time to read any of it.





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