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- ISBN-13: 9781501116698
- ISBN-10: 150111669X
- Publisher: Gallery Books
- Publish Date: July 2016
- Page Count: 256
- Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds
Series: Day by Day Armageddon
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-08-15
- Reviewer: Staff
Series fans may lose patience with the repetitive nature of the plot developments of Bourne's fourth zombie apocalypse thriller (after 2012's Day by Day Armageddon: Shattered Hourglass). Zombie aficionados who are new to the series will find little they haven't already seen. Kil, an American military officer, has been keeping a journal of his experiences since the world was taken over by the walking dead, a disaster that forces those in power to make cold-blooded choices to improve the chances of human survival, including the government-authorized nuking of San Antonio, Tex. Kil's personal stakes are raised after his wife gave birth, and he sets off on a solo mission in search of supplies, only to happen upon a weak Morse code signal that refers to Phoenix, Atlanta, and a cure. On his trek in search of more details, he's joined by a four-legged robot he nicknames Checkers. Though Bourne writes well and occasionally convincingly portrays his hero's mindset, scene after scene of Kil's eluding and killing zombies becomes tedious. (July)