SUMMARY ☆ Six Days with the Dead Lanherne Chronicles #1

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Ving the safety of the Convent to warn the other Days with the Dead Lanherne ePUB #10003 nearby outposts Charlie Liz and Imran soon learn it’s not only the Dead they have to worry about and before long the very stones of Lanherne are awash with spilt blood and stolen lives. AS AN AVID ZOMBIE NOVEL READER THIS TRILOGY HAS TO BE THE BEST YET MAKES A CHANGE TO BE SET IN THE UK WERE I SPENT MANY YEARS ON HOLIDAY AS A KID I READ ALL THREE BACK TO BACK ON HOLIDAY IN GREECE AND COULD NOT PUT THEM DOWN FANTASTIC STORIES GREAT CHARACTERS AND A BRILL CONCLUSION IF YOU LIKE ZOMBIE OR HORROR JUST READ READ READ

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SUMMARY ☆ Six Days with the Dead Lanherne Chronicles #1 ê [PDF / Epub] ☉ Six Days with the Dead Lanherne Chronicles #1 Author Stephen Charlick – No one used the ’Z’ word they simply called them the Dead and for the last seven years they have held the world in their bloody grasp The group oF life in this brutal world Days with the Epub #225 and compared to many their lives were easy But when Charlie an ex soldier arrives home with a distraught stranger telling of murderous raiders they know Days with the Dead Lanherne ePUB #10003 things are about to change Lea. Six Days with the Dead by Stephen Charlick is a gritty zombie novel which contrasts the monstrosity of the Dead with the evil of the living What this novel does well is explain vividly the state of things For starters Charlick establishes that difference between wanderers and newly turned zombies is speed He is also not afraid to limit his characters They are unable to take on a motorway full of the Dead and see the danger in even tackling a small group of four Charlick also isn't afraid to describe the zombies as they should be a real creature of horror Typically the appearance of zombies is commented on to elicit a reaction from the reader andor the characters When there is a zombie child we feel pity and good characters may find they have difficulty killing it or it may make them remember a loved one Charlick goes beyond this and gruesomely describes their state of decay where necessary As I'm a fan of horror and gore so I enjoyed this detail The inclusion of maggots mould and putrid decay helps to create an even greater sense of repulsion in the reader when characters encounter the Dead It also adds a greater sense of time to the novel which made it feel real and reminds the reader that seven years have passed since the first DeadI found that I really liked the characters in this book even those who were minor I have a particular liking for Jackson I did notice that in the beginning of the book Liz the main character is established seeming to care most for her younger sister Anne However when Liz is out travelling away from her sister she doesn't seem to think about her sister as much as I would expect a weary overprotective sister would This could have been done to avoid the narrative getting a little repetitive but it felt as though she was simply forgotten for a day or two Charlick did a good job of making the book seem dare I say it realistic The world is grim there is no knight in shining armour even dogs turn on living humans seeing them as meals and even a small band of 'heroes' can't save the unnamed victim This is not an action packed hack and slash where the good characters can rescue everyone Good innocent people die and as a reader it sometimes feels as frustrating for us as it does for the characters because given such tragedy we just want that little slice of Lanherne heaven to grow and become normal I'm pretty sure if Charlick had tried to create a happy book about rebuilding society it would have been dull It's the heartbreak in this book which makes it a great readCharlick's decision to use the days to separate the book was clever It meant a sense of solid time was always in place and I really like that Often in novels the space of a day can feel the same as a few weeks By reading this book I found that I prefer and appreciate shorter chapters It means there's a natural break point where I can stop put down the book and pick it up later So these six chapters felt pretty huge I think this book could have benefitted from being split into days the same way some author's separate their books into books volumes or parts Then having shorter manageable chapters would have been a possibility Regardless of this the long chapters work in the sense that the reader feels how long and drawn out each day living in that world is and how much happensUnfortunately I did notice a couple of typos in each chapter It was a shame but I'm the sort of reader who knows what the writer means so I don't often notice typos unless they are glaringly obvious After seeing the first few however I found myself on the lookout for This was a little disappointing but I expected this from books published on The ending was at times predictable such as the death of Moham