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3.46 of 5 stars 3.46  ·  rating details  ·  26 ratings  ·  4 reviews
We have a saying. "You're either dead and chompin' or alive and hidin'." In Snareville, neither is an option. Lemme tell you big city folks a story... You think you knew all about us small-town folk, didn't you? Laughed at us bushwhackers, your poor country cousins out in the sticks. That all changed when Z-Day came. That was when we realised that growing up in a small tow ...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published April 28th 2011 by Crossroad Press (first published April 1st 2011)
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This book was excellent. I know this isn't a flowery review, but I will let my next statement speak for the book. I don't have time to write the review, I am starting on Snareville 2 and this review is cutting into my reading time.
Art Griswold
A solid entry to the zombie genre. It was a bit heavy on the multiple wives thing and breeding parts, but it gives off a western feel that I dug.
Sidonie Kervau
Review mid-read:

It's a change from other zombie novels' settings.

The strategies adopted by the characters are sound. The characters are varied and realistic, somewhat. The protagonist, Dan, seems to be a chick-magnet though.

I can't quite put my finger on what makes it such an agreeable read, but it is. And don't worry, the narrator doesn't sound like the one in the book summary.

Final review:

The book doesn't keep up though. Some things get repetitive - the narrator bedding all the girls, although
Tyson Moore
Well... where to begin!
I thought this would be a decent read as far as post apocalyptic/Zombie novels go ...I've never been so wrong in my life! a short summary of this trashy series is worse than what people think about Brigham Young, polygamy and Utah, but to top it off Mr Younguist tries to make it sexy which only makes the series a disturbing mess, but I will at least give him this the strategies he uses to handle the undead are good as well as the supply collection method. and I also apprec
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