Zombie Planet (Monster Island #3)
El asombroso final de la trilogía Zombie
¿Qué quieren los no muertos aparte de carne fresca? Los pocos supervivientes que quedan después de diez años de infierno en la tierra, han quedado reducidos a la categoría de presas, en un mundo dominado por los zombies. Océanos de sangre, extremidades esparcidas, violencia ...more
The sequel, [Book: Monster Nation], wasn't nearly as good, but was still an enjoyable romp that struck the right notes for me.
Now, there's Monster Planet, a book that, though it shares title and some characters in common with its predecessors bears little resemblance to them i ...more
Remember how the 1st in this series was all about zombies and survival and being interesting?
yeah... that seems to have died somewhere along the pages of book 2.
What you get here is a giant mess of random things that don't make sense. Not even by themselves, and even less so when combined. Undead with working brains have superpowers! (we're talking comicbook villain superpowers) Characters established in previous books come back, minus their personalities! Some ...more
Taco Bell. Why do you want to help me put the wallpaper back up?
I am sorry folks but this one stinks. And it is not the smell of the undead that did it in. I know it has been a while since I read the second book in this trilogy and that did not help. It took me a while to figure out who was who and what the hell was going on here. I read a lot of series and usually am able to catch up within about a chapter. Here I was playing catch up almost the entire way t ...more
The story takes place twelve years after the zombie plague began and most humans have been wiped out. We are reintroduc ...more
Género. Narrativa Fantástica.
Lo que nos cuenta. Ayaan, ahora al frente de las unidades paramilitares, y Sarah, hija de Dekalb, junto a un grupo de otros supervivientes, están en Egipto buscando lugares que ofrezcan más suministros y mejores oportunidades de supervivencia que Somalia, pero pronto descubren que hay grupos de necrófagos que, además de estar organizados, se mueven con personas vivas y armadas entre ellos. Y es que e ...more
I wondered over to Amazon to get the info for this book, and noticed that the reviews were all over the board. I will admit it – this isn’t your traditional zombie series. There are some readers that hardcore when it comes to monsters, and don’t care to deviate from the hardened fast rules of what each monster is ...more
Wellington introduce nuevos parámetros en el imaginario del universo de los muertos vivientes: *****SPOILER argumental menor***** zombies que piensan y pueden comunicarse; externando así el conflicto -hasta ahora no explorado- de la conciencia de estar muerto y seguir en movimiento.
En las novelas de Wellington nos apartamos de la trillada trama de la humanidad sobreviviente que saca a relucir que el ...more
Surviving the end of the world was the easy part? It's twelve years since the dead came back. Ravening, mindless zombies have devoured almost every living thing on the planet. The few, scattered survivors are surviving on canned goods and a refusal to give in and die. They are lead by Ayaan, a former child soldier turned brilliant strategist. She's twenty-eight years old, in a world where the average life expectancy is twenty-five. Together with her adopted ward Sarah, who has the psychic abilit...more
Comienza bien el libro, te hace ilusión ver como ha tejido los personajes para llevarlos a este libro, incluso te emocionas sabiendo que ha dejado la forma del segundo li ...more
I really enjoyed this series. It is well written, quite creative, and full of undead fun.
This being the third and last book of the series is by far the one that has the most supernatural things taking place. It is a violent, bloody, and at times gory coming together of all three major story lines. This book takes place 12 years after the last one and we find that Sarah is the main focus of this one.
I loved the plot twists. Gary and Dekalb will be very memorable. Nilla was my favorite char ...more
Monster Planet ties up the trilogy, ...more
Still not enthused but I'm glad I read it. Themes of the first book that I dismissed totally (liches, magic, the Source thing) were fleshed out a bit better and I took a tad more seriously. But eh...not going to read the second one or ...more
With that said, there were several really good moments, and there was a lot more of that moral ambig ...more
His career began in 2004 when he started serializing his horror fiction online, posting short chapters of a novel three times a week on a friend’s blog. Response to the projec ...more