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This Is the End

3.19 of 5 stars 3.19  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  4 reviews
29 year old, recent "Man of the Year" recipient Jeff Sorbenstein has it all. Billions of dollars, a high-tech office building, a loveless marriage, nasty cigarette habit and it's all thanks to his greatest invention- the most downloaded app in the history of apps. From smart phones to tablets, laptops, the dread tower computer and even the federal government... everyone is ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published October 6th 2011 by Unlikelyconvergence
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Mark Woods
Jeff Sorbenstein is having a bit of a bad day. Last year, he was on the cover of Times magazine as their "Man Of The Year" having made billions through his creation of possibly the most successful Software Application ever, used by everyone all around the globe . Today, he has just been told he has Cancer...inoperable cancer....and he is going to die.

So, Jeff decides to do what any ruthless, hard-working, successful Billionaire philanthropist would do by publicly announcing his divorce to his es
I know I've put this on my 'zombie' shelf but I would like to make note that this isn't your 'normal' zombie story. It's more than that and the zombies as such are not even a major part of this book.

Pollarine is a very good writer. For the first quarter of this book, he builds up his world through the eyes of his rather selfish and arrogant protagonist Jeffrey, a man who is worth billions due to his savvy in the technological world and a man who has decided to cryogenically freeze himself. The w
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Apr 17, 2012 Mallory Heart Reviews rated it 3 of 5 stars
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The protagonist is not a character I’ve been able to develop any sympathy for. I guess he is proof that riches don’t make for civility or character, for moral integrity or for compassion. Considering that for all his supposed technological creativity, in a sense it was happenstance that his product(s) sold so well, his arrogance becomes a matter of hubris-and as we all know from Greek plays-hubris goeth before a fall. I became so aggravated at him I wanted to shout, “So get frozen already-and ju ...more
Mark Harrison
When you blast your way through a book in a day, then it's going to get a good mark. This is the End is every zombie book you've ever read, but it's such fun. Pity it was so short, though. It left a few plot holes behind that prevent me from giving top marks.
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