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Raccoon_City_Survivor

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I could hardly put it down.


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Ive read it a few months ago and also have CSU. Both are GREAT books and I enjoyed reading them. I was glued the whole time so I went through both fast. Excellent work Mr. Maberry

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Read Dragon Factory!

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I could hardly put it down.

I was the same way RCS.  Good book.  The only thing that would have made it better would be a little more of the survival mode part.  Fortifying a house in the woods, scavanging for food, shit like that REALLY makes a Z book IMO.


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+1 for Patient Zero, a quick hard-boiled read. Stretches reality a little at times and uses a few too many well-worn cliches for my tastes, but overall engaging and hard to put down.

I do, however, begrudge the author the title given that my off again on again work-in-progress is tentatively titled Index Case. Patient Zero was my alternate title.

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Just started Maberry's new book The Dragon Factory. Joe Ledger is back and there are plenty of world class evildoers. So far so good.  



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Just started Maberry's new book The Dragon Factory. Joe Ledger is back and there are plenty of world class evildoers. So far so good.  




3/4's way through it me self and its quality. Cap'n Ledger in who Jack Bauer wants to be!

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I am about half way through Maberry's Dead of Night. 

Highly recommend it.  The freshest most exciting Z-book I have read in a long time. 

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Just received Mayberry's sequel to Patient Zero, Code Zero. Gonna crack it open tonight.  
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