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World War Z by Max Brooks
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Jan 01, 2010

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This isn't a traditional narrative book, with a protagonist, plot, and story arcs. Instead it is a collection of personal accounts of a worldwide zombie war. The premise is that the author interviewed these people in the aftermath of the war, and while the world is still recovering, the reader can piece together what happened as the crisis escalated and the world changed.

It makes for a light, quick read, as every ~10 pages there is another interview to be read, and you do get a sense of the personal stories as the zombie menace is discovered and the affects it has on people, on an individual basis and on society in general.

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