I guess I bought book five in the Slow Burn series by Bobby Adair just to see what happens next. Not because I love the books. They aren’t horrible. They are actually good. My biggest gripe is that the books spend too much time on one scene. Six pages describing a drift/float to the river is just too long. I found myself skimming, waiting for something to happen.
Zombie Apocalypse factoid # 45 I guess you can’t have a dog during the zombie apocalypse. The fact that they are guardians or watch dogs would be great, except that they bark to alert you of danger. Well, and Frank (my pug) breathes really loud. The unwanted attention would more than likely draw in the dead and cause an uprising of the zombies will in turn would make more noise and draw in more zombies.
This article http://www.chow.com/food-news/55536/how-to-brew-small-batch-beer-in-your-kitchen/2 is the exact recipe/set up I used to get started with home made / craft beer brewing!
My first one gallon batch was delicious (probably because I made it myself and refuse to believe other wise) and I now have upgraded to a three gallon / all grain/fullboil set up.
Ok. I have read thru the first four books. Two were free. Two were paid for. The books were ok. Not to many typos and indie-common-place mistakes.
I have them on my kindle if you need to borrow them. (Message me here)
The story was typical for a zombie/infection series. In book three there was one action scene that droned on for 20 pages (on kindle paperwhite). Ugggg
I really like zombie books… I have read 50 or so… They all seem to start reading the same. If you know of a good zombie book that’s a bit unusual or takes a different approach post it here!