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I’d recommend “The Remaining” series by D.J. Molles. It’s how the walking dead should be done.


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Just finished The Iron Druid series... talk about crashing and burning hard. That last book was absolutely awful. Hopefully the samaruai version of this with Jesse James Dawson series doesn’t flame out.

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Thank you so damn much for posting this!

I have spent the last year looking for these books and I couldn't find them at because I couldn't remember the name of the author, and the library I originally got them from closed down.

You are spot on about this being a great series and if TWD was done like this it would be incredible. I really liked how it started off as your garden variety zombie apocalypse but then started taking turns with the evolution of the "dead". I'm going to find these books and pick up where I left off!

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Thank you so damn much for posting this!



I have spent the last year looking for these books and I couldn't find them at because I couldn't remember the name of the author, and the library I originally got them from closed down.



You are spot on about this being a great series and if TWD was done like this it would be incredible. I really liked how it started off as your garden variety zombie apocalypse but then started taking turns with the evolution of the "dead". I'm going to find these books and pick up where I left off!


They’re all really good, it took me a while to get through the first book but then I burned through the rest of them fairly quickly. Once you get a few chapters into the second book it just keeps getting better and better.




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They’re all really good, it took me a while to get through the first book but then I burned through the rest of them fairly quickly. Once you get a few chapters into the second book it just keeps getting better and better.




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Have you had a chance to check out the Omega Days novels by John L. Campbell? The series is very similar with its own twist on the genre. My one complaint is that the author has gone over three years without putting anything new out, but other than that a good read.

I would also highly recommend a trilogy of books by Rhiannon Frater beginning with As the World Dies. That is a very good and very underrated zombie apocalypse series.

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I just bought The Power of the Dog and The Cartel books from Don Winslow, I'm trying to read more and these sounded interesting. Anyone read them?



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Howl's moving castle. I really love the film so when I discovered that it's based on a book I had to read it.
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