Refugees by D.J. Molles
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Fast-forward from the previous novel and have a few semi-thriving communities out in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and enter the world of internecine conflict.
You know, because nothing says zombie apocalypse more than small groups of regular humans tearing each other down for any reason most handy at the moment.
WHY CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG while all the zombies are trying to eat us?
Of course, there is a one really delicious aspect of this novel: the zombies are evolving! Yeah! Like a video game! Yeah! New bosses, badder enemies, and BREEDING? Huh? Zombies BREEDING? EEWWWWW Who told them they could do that?
So, yeah. I'm on a reading frenzy for this series and I'm gonna keep it up. Why not? It's not bad.
It DOES get a little silly now that we get into quasi-governmental decision stuff and the politics of resource allocation, but I can't really expect anything else at this point. Gimme fights, gimmie nom-nom!
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