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on April 22, 2012 :
I read Zane’s book in one day, that’s how locked in I was to the story. So many zombie stories deal with the present, but Zane brings us a world where zombies have been cured, and those that were once infected, assimilated back into their lives and society.
Following the work of psychiatrist Dr. Frenzel, his patients relive the vivid and grim details of their brief cannibalistic lives and deal with the emotions and reality of the atrocities they have committed. Each patient brings in a new gut-wrenching perspective of the lives destroyed by the infected and keeps the reader anticipating each new case file.
Zane Bradey has definitely added an entirely new chapter and view of the zombie apocalypse! If you’re a true zombie enthusiast you have to read this book.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 25, 2012 :
Dr. Victor Frenzel lives a normal, quiet life with his wife Barbara. They are very much in love and that's what makes her death even harder to deal with. Witnessing the whole incident, Dr. Frenzel then vows to find those who killed her and make them pay. A pandemic has hit. Zombie-itis is at maximum levels. There is no truly safe place to be. Dr. Frenzel writes some papers on how to "cure" Zombie-itis and presents them to the scientific community. His methods are a little unorthodox but they work.
Mystery, romance and lots of scary moments make up this wonderful book. I enjoyed being able to see both sides of the issue of Zombie-itis. It was an approach to this subject no one had ever presented before. I loved the way you get to see what's going on inside the doctor and his patients. Being able to listen as they relive their incidents. The moment he finds his wife's killer is amazing!! This is one book you need to have in your collection.
I didn't find any issues with this book.
I gave this book 5 out of 5 books because of the originality of it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)