Vertical City: A Zombie Thriller (Book 1 of 4)

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Marooned atop a skyscraper during a global pandemic, the survivors of a helicopter crash revert to savagery as they struggle to survive against the millions of infected people waiting on the city streets below. More
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Words: 21,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311167064
About George Mahaffey

George S. Mahaffey Jr. is a lawyer, screenwriter, and author. His script Heatseekers was bought by Paramount Pictures with Michael Bay producing and Timur Bekmambetov attached to direct. In addition, he's sold or written scripts for Arnold Kopelson, Jason Blum, Benderspink, director Louis Leterrier, and is the creator of In The Dust, an action-horror graphic novel in the vein of 30 Days of Night to be published by Top Cow with art by Christian Duce. He has also written the first two books of the Blood Runners Trilogy, and is the author of the horror novellas Amityville: Origins, Amityville: Revenants, Razorbacks, Razorbacks II, The Pact, the Vertical City zombie thriller series, and the action series Thunder Road. He lives in the Washington D.C. area with his wife and young son.

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Review by: I DReaM Free on Sep. 14, 2017 :
In Vertical City, a bunch of survivors of a zombie pandemic survive in a high-rise tower where they have formed a little city of survivors. Slowly building out toward nearby towers and fortifying them as well. This story is about young man who was 3 years old when the collapse occurred, now he is 19 and has a job scrounging other buildings and lower parts of buildings for usable material.

Vertical City is a fairly well written book, my problem is I have a very large vocabulary compared to most people. And the author uses some unique words that even I had never heard of, i was able to figure out what they meant by looking at the root and the surrounding sentence but to me this just stunk of somebody trying to sound smart. There were several mistakes I noticed in the novella.

I personally love Zombie books, so I plan on buying the sequels and reading them as soon as I can.
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Review by: Jewelz on Feb. 26, 2016 :
Its rare that a book in this genre comes along that surprises me.... This is the book that not only did that but leaves me impatiently awaiting book 2!
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