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World War Z by Max Brooks
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Jul 23, 2012

it was amazing

I knew of Max Brooks from following his father, Mel Brooks. Max wrote for Saturday Night Live and then transitioned into novel writing by releasing "The Zombie Survival Guide". I found World War Z after finally reading enough classics to fill up my book shelf, and was blown away by it.

World War Z is a detailed fictional biopic about the "dreaded" Zombie war. In this book, Max's character is a UN reporter traveling the world and collecting stories of survivors' struggles during the War. Brooks truly gives you deep stories and great characters, some were very cheese ball while others truly gripped you and made you wonder who had survived. The characters and their stores range from the tragic to triumphant and explore the human psychie and how people could actually react when faced with such a great catastrophe. I recommend this book to anyone who would like to join this Zombie rage and still have a great book to read

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