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"Isn't the 'human factor' what connects us so deeply to our past?" // Review of World War Z by Max Brooks

Title: World War Z: an Oral History of the Zombie War
Author: Max Brooks
Audio book narrator: Max Brooks, various others
Genre: Horror/Dystopia
Date Read: 523 more words


Biking Cuba - Day 6 (La Mula to Chivirico)

That night in La Mula we met a group of neurotic Czechs and Manuel, their guide. The Czechs were young and fit and shouldn’t have been having nervous breakdowns over every little inconvenience, but apparently they were. 606 more words

Bike Touring

Graphic Novel Review: The Zombie Survival Guide Recorded Attacks (Max Brooks)

For many (me included) the best part of Max Brooks excellent Zombie Survival Guide are the pages at the end where fictional documented cases of zombie outbreaks throughout history are recorded. 395 more words

The Disc

Amy Severson: on World War Z and real zombie movies

moving the podcast – chat from July 24, 2013


World War Z is the first zombie book I ever read – and I loved it. 239 more words


Book vs. movie

It’s not often that you can watch a book-to-screen adaptation and come out feeling like you watched a better version of the story that you loved and cherished in novel format. 644 more words

Worl War Z

By now, everyone and their mom has heard about the gigantic flop that was the World War Z[1] movie. A few of my friends have completely lost their movie recommendation privileges when they’ve obstinately claimed that it was a decent zombie movie. 1,198 more words


Read a Goddamn Book: Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian Fiction

Welcome to the end of the world.

Dramatic, huh? Well, these two genres are for the most dramatic people of all. Or cynical, depending on how you look at it. 1,262 more words