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Walking With Zombies (Zombie Armageddon #2)

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Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Stockholm Club.

Have we got a special treat for you tonight! We’re privileged to have with us, a highly talented county and western singer, all the way from exotic Birmingham. I know that you’ll give the lad a fantastic Yorkshire welcome.

Don’t forget, the first drink is on the house.

Now before all you geriatric parasites slouch over to
Kindle Edition, 108 pages
Published (first published July 8th 2011)
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Feb 25, 2014 Angie rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: horror and zombie fans
Recommended to Angie by: no one
I loved this as much as the first. This was set on an estate near to break spear and the zombies have spread.

It was mostly set in a club but we met a lot of people outside as well. Talbot was great, a zombie who can think was a great addition. The book was fun to read, the writing was excellent, and I loved all the crazy people as well.

There wasn't a military presence in this but it didn't matter, the book was awesome anyway. I'm going to get book three as I want to know what happens next. Will
Joy Killar
This is the tale of one night at the North Council Estate's Stockhlom Club as zombies run rampant outside the doors. Staff and patrons try to maintain "business as usual" but there is no way to ignore the moans of the undead for long!

Ian Woodhead's "Walking With Zombies" continues the saga of the Northern Council Estate, a small urban district in Britain. While the first novel, "The Unwashed Dead" covered more territory of the estate, this one is written so a majority of the plot is con
Ian Woodhead has once again shown himself to be a master of zombie mayhem with his latest work, Walking With Zombies, to provide a gritty – and suitably gory – follow up to his novel The Unwashed Dead.

The story isn’t a straightforward sequel, with events picking up where the previous work left off, rather the story runs parallel, but it takes the slaughter-fest into the wider city. Infection is spreading through Bradford, turning the unsuspecting residents into zombie hordes, and for the staff a
4 1/2 stars

I read The Unwashed Dead, the first book in the Zombie Armageddon series by Ian Woodhead last year, and I really enjoyed the setting and the grimy goriness of Mr. Woodhead's storytelling. So I was more than excited to start reading Walking With Zombies.

Set in the North of England, with regular-joe kind of characters, and some seriously gross zombie action, I was hooked into the story right from the beginning. As a short book (almost novella size), it's almost essential to jump strai
I read the first one, The Unwashed Dead, and thought it was just a fast, fun, no-brainer zombie story that I could get lost in for a few hours. Characters didn’t have depth, but then who cared, I enjoyed the read and this is what mattered. So I went ahead and picked up the second one right away, Walking with Zombies, thinking I’d get another that probably would rate in the same category as the first one. What a thrilling surprise to find that characters were built up to a much higher level in th ...more
Apr 17, 2012 Katy rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of zombie horror
Recommended to Katy by: Ian Woodhead
Shelves: ebook
Book Info: Genre: Horror/ZombiesReading Level: Adult

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this eBook from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis: Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Stockholm Club. Have we got a special treat for you tonight! We’re privileged to have with us, a highly talented county and western singer, all the way from exotic Birmingham. I know that you’ll give the lad a fantastic Yorkshire welcome.

Don’t forget, the first drink is on the house. Now before all you
Mallory Heart Reviews
Review of Walking with Zombies by Ian Woodhead
(Zombie Armageddon #2)
5 Stars

I’ve read enough of Mr. Woodhead’s prolific Zombie novels to know two things: Mr. Woodhead, like his devoted fan base, loves Zombies and Zombiefication; and second, Mr. Woodhead’s Zombies are special. Not for him only the brainless, mindless, brain-crunching dead creatures to which most of us attribute the Zombie appellation. No, some of the characters here are not just “brainy,” they’re thinkers-planners-logical-and eve
IW has the ability with his writing skill to make you love or loathe his characters, with the reality and emotions that he gives them.
He reminds me of the late, great James Herbert in his character building; devoting a whole chapter to a back story only to kill them off in some gruesome way but still managing to add to the story in a subtle way.
This second book throws a whole new twist into the mix, a new breed of zombie? The character of Talbot has a nasty thread but where will it lead?
This tim
Lee Emerick
Edit:- Bumped my rating up to four stars after reading it a second time. It really is a good story with niggles aside :)

Why no ending? Like the first book it left me a little disappointed as it abruptly ends mid flow following a fantastic story.
Don't get me wrong, although I have given 3 stars, I really enjoyed the book. Ians style of writing really gets the juices flowing. The characters were great, plot marvellous, really set the scene, drew me in no end yet it just stopped leaving me upset t
The fun of the first book continued with this one. The plot was a little less strong than the first, but still comparable. I enjoyed the book and it kept me reading until it was done.

Unfortunately, this one had some of the same editing problems as the first.
Jun 18, 2012 AH marked it as to-read
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Ian Woodhead is just past the age of forty. He lives in the north of England and is married to a wonderful woman. He has forgotten how many children he has. He had been writing for nearly twenty years but has only just gained the confidence to start showing his work. Ian finds it a little creepy writing about himself in the third person.
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