Horde

  • Title: Horde
  • Author: Gregory M. Thompson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Horde Some things are worse than zombies Horde is novella about five survivors escaping from a large group of zombies After hearing the converted tornado siren and watching a mass exodus from the campground
    Some things are worse than zombies.Horde is novella about five survivors escaping from a large group of zombies After hearing the converted tornado siren and watching a mass exodus from the campground that has served as home for three months, Percy, Jack, Harry, Melody and Joann make a decision to move further into the state park to find solace from the undead However, aSome things are worse than zombies.Horde is novella about five survivors escaping from a large group of zombies After hearing the converted tornado siren and watching a mass exodus from the campground that has served as home for three months, Percy, Jack, Harry, Melody and Joann make a decision to move further into the state park to find solace from the undead However, as they move deeper into the forest, a discovery awaits them that is horrific than what is chasing them.

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    1. This is one of those stories that grows on you the more you read. The characters are relatable, but not always likable. There were parts where the interaction between them made me cringe thinking. "My, another macho-man ego trip story". Yet thankfully that passes as the characters end up getting a dose of humble pie. I would say that the last half of the book was the ‘real’ story. It was the part that pulled me in and moved this short story up from being an "average read" to a "better than a [...]

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    2. An intresting begining to a new Zombie world. I think this idea was big enough to become a novel length work rather then a novella. I have a feeling that the author perhaps broke up a larger work to release in installments. In tresting characters that I would love to learn more about and a bit of a new twist on Zombie lore by presenting modern "killing machine, victims of disease" zombie with a seperate strain that are much truer to the zombies of Voodoo.

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    3. I liked the story, but it moved too fast. The end scene with Melody, for example, could have been more detailed. However, this is a quick read, and quick reads are a good thing in our busy lives.

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    4. This wasn't bad, but all of the characters seem to be suffering from stupiditis in one form or another, and none of them are engaging enough to make me care about them.

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