great story jaron. i love all things zombie and this was a good story. what makes it even better is that im born and raised minnesotan. this is the first story ive come across set in minnesota. its kinda neat to know the areas of your story. i also like the shout out to 89.3. i listen to the current every day at work.
I enjoyed this story very much. I usually dont like zombie stories that stray from the traditional zombies but this story is very well written. i liked the characters and the community. would love to read a story on what happened to will and his gang.
Spinward Fringe Broadcast 6: Fragments
on Aug. 06, 2010
this is a good series. cant wait for the next one. and i loved the they might be giants song "birdhouse in your soul" reference. gave me a good chuckle and was completley unexpected.
good story. but the militia must be pretty dumb if they plastered photos of april on TV but didnt check her boyfriends apartment for 2 1/2 days after that. im pretty sure they would have made that connection from people calling in from the university.
this was your best story yet. i liked it a lot. im usually not a fan of thinking/smart zombies but i like the way you use them in your story. i guess the only part i didnt like was that red was missing for most of the ending but it sounds like you will be doing a short story on that so i will forgive that. keep up the good work.
im just a begginer and dont know much about the game. this helped a lot with the terms, position, betting and a good general strategy for beginners. i also learned more about outs and odds. i never really considered this stuff when playing before. i always just guessed as to what i was doing and probably why i rarely win.
this was very helpful. i feel much better about my game now. before i was the clueless fish. playing hands i thought were good out of position and making stupid calls and bluffs. i know im not a pro our anything now but i feel like i have a much better understanding of the game. so far ive only played online. next week might start playing in a monday night cash game were ive heard there are several "loose aggressive" players. thanks
I liked it and would like to read more. It reminded me of one of the dune books when a young boy is cast out of the siech and is the first to learn to ride the sand worms. I think it would make for a good novel.
Sorry for my previous review and giving away any of the story line. I am an idiot. Anyways, I enjoyed the story and the entire idea behind this sci-fi world. I was dissapointed in the ending but will definatley read the next book.
I've only just started this book but had to say I'm really enjoying it so far. I read lots of Zompac and right now my favortie show on TV is Spartacus on Starz. So I figured that alone would make this book worth the purchase. On top of that I enjoy the writing style as well. I'll check back in when I finish up.
Amazing pictures. I was in Yellowstone when I was younger but forgot how beautiful it is. I didn't grow up to be much of an outdoorsman. Not much for scenery here on the plains in Minnesota. When I'm older and not stuck in the office I might have to travel more. Thanks for sharing.
I have to agree with the review about the cheesiness being over the top. I just kept picturing Steven Segal breaking peoples bones like it was no big deal. And some of the coversations were just as bad. Couldn't make it past the first couple chapters.
I read this short awhile back and forgot to review. And I didn't realize it was part of a larger story which I have now purchased. If you enjoy post zombie apocalypse stories I would recommend this one.
Once again an excellent addition to the story. But I don't think you would need a 9 iron to hit a 100 yard shot. Unless the wind was in your face and you were playing a little knockdown shot. I'd say its probably a 56 degree wedge for that shot.
I've never read anything quite like this. I enjoyed it very much. Well done. I will be checking out your other stories. I also live in Minnesota, not sure how you made that transition. You probably get a lot of writing done between November and April.
Love these stories. As an avid golfer and lifelong Minnesota resident I especially like that several of the stories take place in Minnesota. There is nothing quite like golf and the time spent playing with good friends. I didn't start playing much until after college, wish I would have caught the golf bug at a younger age.