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I just finished this a couple of days ago. I enjoy some zombies every now and then. I loved the approach of making this read like a work of non-fiction, as if the zombie war had actually happened. It's supposed to be a novel, but it reads like a history book. I kept having to go back and check who an interview subject was when someone from earlier in the book would pop back up again. Has anyone else read this one? I hadn't heard of Max Brooks's earlier zombie book, the Zombie Survival Guide. I'm adding it to my to-read list.

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I have the book safely placed in my bookshelf, but i've never managed to finish it. But the 50 firs pages was actually quite interesting, so i don't know why i gave up. Maybe because i started reading WoT :tongue:

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