Zombies are real. And we made them. Are "you "prepared for the zombie apocalypse? The Smith family is, with the help of a few marines. Read more...
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Zombies are real. And we made them. Are "you "prepared for the zombie apocalypse? The Smith family is, with the help of a few marines.
When an airborne zombie plague is released, bringing civilization to a grinding halt, the Smith family, Steven, Stacey, Sophia and Faith, take to the Atlantic to avoid the chaos. The plan is to find a safe haven from the anarchy of infected humanity. What they discover, instead, is a sea composed of the tears of survivors and a passion for bringing hope.
For it is up to the Smiths and a small band of Marines to somehow create the refuge that survivors seek in a world of darkness and terror. Now with every continent a holocaust and every ship an abattoir, life is lived under a graveyard sky.
About "Under a Graveyard Sky"
. . .the thinking reader s zombie novel. . .Ringo fleshes out his theme with convincing details the proceedings become oddly plausible. "Publishers Weekly"
If you think the zombie apocalypse will never happen, if you ve never been afraid of zombies, you may change your mind after reading "Under a Graveyard Sky." . .Events build slowly in the book at the outset, but you can t stop reading because it s like watching a train wreck in slow motion: inexorable and horrible. And the zombie apocalypse in these pages is so fascinating that you can t stop flipping pages to see what happens next. "Bookhound"
About John Ringo:
Ringo s work is] peopled with three-dimensional characters and spiced with personal drama as well as tactical finesse. "Library Journal"
. . . Explosive. . . . fans. . .will appreciate Ringo s lively narrative and flavorful characters. "Publishers Weekly"
. . .practically impossible not to read in one sitting . . . exceedingly impressive . . . executed with skill, verve, and wit. "Booklist"
Crackerjack storytelling. "Starlog""
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-07-01
- Reviewer: Staff
Ringo combines humor and horror in this strong series debut, the thinking reader’s zombie novel. When an ecoterrorist attack instigates a worldwide epidemic of naked zombies, laid-back Australian expat Steven Smith leads his family to sea as New York is overrun. Steven’s determination to rescue survivors and defeat the triumphant zombies provides incentive to enlist support from humanity’s tattered remnants, a cause that carries its own risks. Australian references and high-spirited family banter (“We are not going to a concert at night in a park in zombie infested New York! And that’s final!”) enliven the well-worn catastrophic scenario. Ringo fleshes out his theme with convincing details of the devastating virus and attempts to develop a vaccine. The zombie-fighting zeal of Steven’s younger daughter, 13-year-old Faith, provides an overwrought comic-book atmosphere, but the action never falters. Like Odysseus, the wily, resourceful Steven combines valor and prudence. Ringo’s offbeat but vivid cast of characters will attract readers who enjoy a chuckle as civilization collapses. Although the comic effect is too pronounced to facilitate a suspension of disbelief, the proceedings become oddly plausible. (Sept.)