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Includes the name: Frank Tayell


Obras de Frank Tayell

Serious Crimes (2015) 36 cópias
Here We Stand 2: Divided (2016) 17 cópias
Work. Rest. Repeat. (2014) 17 cópias
Here We Stand 1: Infected (2016) 14 cópias
Counterfeit Conspiracy (2016) 5 cópias
Endangered Nation (2017) 1 exemplar(es)


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Reunion continues the story of the last book, showing Nilda and Chester on their way to London and what Jay and Tuck have been doing since they were separated from Nilda. There are also a few flashback chapters featuring Chester right after the outbreak.

I really like Chester, Tuck, and Jay, but Nilda is still annoying. She is very dedicated to finding her son, but she treats everyone else as disposable, even the people who are risking their lives to help her.
Hopefully she improves in the next book.… (mais)
zeronetwo | 1 outra resenha | May 14, 2024 |
Books 1 - 3 of this series focus on Bill and his story. Books 4 - 7 focus on Nilda, Jay, Chester, and Tuck. This book is book 7, and it wrapped up their story well, while still leaving some things open for the future.

Probably my favorite part of this series is the characters. I truly want good things for them and I want to see how they survive. I also love the fresh take on the zombie apocalypse. It's still very recognizable as that genre, but the circumstances that the characters find themselves in and the ways that they handle everything keep it unique and interesting.

I'm excited to see what's been happening to the other characters that haven't been in the last few books, but the blurb for book 8 suggests reading the two books in the Here We Stand series (which covers events in North America right after the outbreak) before continuing with this series, so I'll read those first.
… (mais)
zeronetwo | 1 outra resenha | May 14, 2024 |
This is the sixth book in the series, and I'm really impressed with how good the series still is. Chester (the criminal turned good guy), Tuck (the deaf and mute former-soldier), and Jay (Nilda's teenage son) are as likable as ever, plus there are some more characters that are given more depth and more of a story. Nilda has been pretty frustrating in the past two books, but I think she is improving, too.

I'm off to read the next book, then it will be the Here We Stand spinoff series, and then it will follow Bill's story again.… (mais)
zeronetwo | 1 outra resenha | May 14, 2024 |
I liked the beginning of this book better than the end, but it's still a good addition to the series. It ends in a cliffhanger about the fate of a few characters and I'm excited to find out what happened to them.

In the same vein as book 11, "Britain's End" has chapters from quite a few characters' perspectives (Nilda, Chester, Bill, Sholto, and Kim).
zeronetwo | 1 outra resenha | May 14, 2024 |

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