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    This was a good book I'd read the other installments as they come out and I'd also recommend this book to other people to read!
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    The end of the world comes slowly

    The zombie apocalypse stuck Great Brittan​. A down on his luck drunk wakes in his crashed car. When he gets to his house, he finds his daughter and then his wife with knives in them but they suddenly come to life. In fighting to escape, his daughter sneezes on him. As he runs outside he finds the whole neighborhood has become the walking dead, except for his other daughter, the 8 year old one. Finding out he has 7 hours to live normal he tries to abandon her but decides to take her to a relative. What follows is his last 7 hours as a human and not a zombie as he tries to protect his daughter. I am not a big zombie fan but I recently read one of the authors other books. I enjoyed this book. It shows the pain of alcoholism as well as how it starts under the story of the end of the world. It is part of a series but it clearly has a finish point in the book, we are not really left hanging. Except for the violence, which could be strong for the children (at one point the father uses a motor car to take out zombies) this book could be read by anyone. If you enjoy zombie books this could be an interesting read.
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