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Shreds of Humanity

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  8 reviews
At the fall of humanity, the world is violently divided between those who are still human and those who want to eat them. Shreds of Humanity is the story of a man who has lost his humanity, only to rediscover it in the scared eyes of a small girl. When one man is caught between what he was and what he has become, he must make a painful decision-Fight for what he once loved...more
Kindle Edition, 300 pages
Published April 13th 2012 by Final Approach Productions (first published March 1st 2012)
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Bandit
This is sort of a difficult book to review, because reading it was such a mixed bag of experiences. From the start I didn't really like it, didn't really start to care about it until the Zoe character showed up, and I didn't care for/not sure I understood the ending, gonna have to think about it. This book had a lot to recommend itself, it was pretty original for yet another zombie story, told from a zombie POV, there was a strong emotional undertone to the plot, the characters were sympathetic,...more
J.M. Pierce
What can be done with the zombie genre that hasn't already been done? Tell it from the zombie perspective. This was an incredibly original story line and if you think you know what a zombie is thinking all of the time, you're probably wrong. This book definitely has it's disturbing moments, and has actually introduced me to the word ass-belch,of which I found insanely funny. (I know, I probably lead a sheltered life). The relationship between the zombie and the little girl was endearing, even th...more
Kathie
I must confess that when this book was suggested to me by one of the author's fellow writers I was interested but not overly so. I figured ok well I will go take a look and see thinmking to myself that if it were too much of a chore to read I could just delete it. I could not have been MORE wrong in the way I would feel about this book!! From the beginning I was hooked on the new and wonderful idea....tell a zombie story from the eye and mind of the zombie! Even with that start I sort of half ex...more
Nan Carder
I don't give a review very often but I want the author to know how simply wonderful his tale was. If you have read the other reviews you already know that this is from the zombie point of view, what others seem to neglect to mention that this also a tale of the most purest love, parent and child. The roads that Mr. Hangge takes you down, the trials and tribulations, the blood and gore(yes there is some but it fits and isn't overwhelming) as this zombie makes his way through the world is amazing....more
Scott Wieczorek
I read this because it had a very similar concept to my own book: seeing the world from a Zombie's point of view. That's about where the similarities stop. Shreds of Humanity is a study in the residual and returning humanity of a virus-infected zombie as he follows a young human girl across the United States. The plot is strong and the author's writing is effective. My largest complaint, though, was that sometimes the author doesn't "show" things, but instead "tells" by repeating the same idea o...more
June Woodhouse
This was a very interesting, gory and entertaining concept of the story from a zombies point of view, when he starts questioning things about his meal and his feelings which seem conflicted, well written and hard to put down, a bizarre but sweet relationship between a young orphaned girl and her adoptive zombie father who can't decide between eating her or loving and protecting her no matter what the cost, endearing, strangely enough and a brilliantly different path on the zombie take of things,...more
MommyDearest
It started off interesting. I did like the aspect of the zombie being able to think and being at war with himself.
BK Blue

Awwwww. I don't know whether to smile or sniffle. Stupid feelings!
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