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World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks
5.0 out of 5 stars NOT a traditional novel, Oct. 29 2013
Even though I'm not a fan of zombie fiction, I absolutely loved this book, perhaps exactly because it's not an average zombie fiction. There is no group of survivors from diverse backgrounds holding together in some secure hiding place, not here. World War Z is a meta look at zombie apocalypse, a look from the global perspective. How it started. How people around the world reacted to it, how it spread, how it was contained and ultimately eradicated. Instead of going in depth into experiences of one particular group, World War Z covers dozens of different perspectives and events. It's more like a history book than a novel, and it was a huge pleasure, as a history buff, to look at zombie… Read more
Land And Sea ~ Sarah Slean
Land And Sea ~ Sarah Slean
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, April 19 2012
Land and Sea is a double album with a faster pop-sounding songs on Land and more deep and mellow music on Sea. Land is catchy and fun, Sea is relaxing and emotional, and Sarah's voice is as amazing as ever. Definitely recommend!
Dark Heresy RPG: Core Rulebook by Owen Barnes
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I love WH40K style. Awesome gothic universe of "future fantasy" filled with endless badassery, no real "good guys" and so much over-the-top epicness that it almost become humorous. The table-top RPG edition in my opinion captures that feeling perfectly. My personal favorite part about it is that unlike other roleplaying games where you see your characters grow in power to become god-like world movers, in Dark Heresy you roll a character to see him horribly mutilated and slowly driven insane. It takes getting into a certain mindset for both players and GM, but once you do - it's incredibly fun to play and run.