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World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War
What an enjoyable read! Kept my interest the entire time. Was less about "zombies" and more about how people deal with crisis situations. This "crisis" was especially intriging because it affected the entire world, and reading Brooks' tale of how different nations (and different people within those nations) dealt with the threat was fascinating even if it was only fiction. Totally recommend this book, especially to those interested in history and narrative (no need to be a sci-fi fan. It truly wasn't about zombies; it's about people and how they act in times of peril).
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