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ZNA: Journey (Z.N.A.)

3.69 of 5 stars 3.69  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  4 reviews
99.9% of Earth's population died seven months ago.

They didn't stay dead.

Paul Anderson has finally escaped from the city and found temporary refuge with a group of other survivors at a remote campground.

Each one of the embattled survivors details their own personal account of the tragedy on the day that the living died, only to rise again, hungry for living flesh.

When a hor
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2nd part in a really good series...
fast paced and easy to read (read the whole lot in one seating was so wrapped up!)
expansions of the gangs back stories with blinding twist at the end!
which like any good cliff hanger makes you want to read the next book....
well worth the (very cheap) price.....
Matthew Boyd
Jun 25, 2011 Matthew Boyd rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
The story of Paul Anderson continues. Now that he has escaped from the city, he must adjust to living in a remote encampment with a small band of other survivors.

Each member of the group shares their personal account of the day that 99.9% of the people on Earth transformed into merciless killing machines. Their experiences were tragic, horrifying, and tragic - but filled with zombie-killing action.

When a massive zombie horde invades the camp, the survivors will find an unexpected and amazing pow
Noah Murphy
Much, much better. Almost no descriptions of crap in it. Hurray!
Rolando Gill
Um, what? Well that certainly is an interesting twist.
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