Dead Reaping In a world where secrets are best kept The Dead The Tainted The Human All fighting to keep their place in the world The Defence Force fights for humanity while the Dead Hunters are on the rise to crea

  • Title: Dead Reaping
  • Author: Ian Woodhead
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In a world where secrets are best kept.The Dead The Tainted The Human.All fighting to keep their place in the world The Defence Force fights for humanity while the Dead Hunters are on the rise to create and army to take back the humanity they have lost Will Maddie have the strength to survive and protect Or will all humanity be lost

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    1. If you see any of my other reviews you will know that I usually really enjoy Mr Woodheads warped mind and the things it produces. however, this novel got me a bit confused.The Zombie Armageddon series is becoming something else entirely which is great, I love twists!Not quite sure how the other reviews (to date) have managed to read so much into the musings of Mr Woodhead about society, but if I missed the plot, then I obviously missed a great trick and Mr Woodhead is a genius.Two new venues and [...]

    2. Review of Dead Reaping (Zombie Armageddon) by Ian Woodhead5 starsMr. Woodhead’s zombies are among the most twisted I have ever encountered, which makes them winners in my perspective (as zombies). I won’t call the author twisted, but he surely does know how to write this type of character and he must have spent his life to date in close observation of humanity in all its stripes, because he surely does know character delineation. For example, “Dead Reaping” excellently exposes small-vill [...]

    3. (I would actually give this book a 4½ star rating if it was allowed.)“Dead Reaping” was the first book by Ian Woodhead that I’ve read but will not be the last. This is book 5 in the Zombie Apocalypse series but could almost be read as a standalone. If there was some sort of a glossary and maybe a little background story, it would have made it easier to read.The idea of dead, tainted, and “none of the above” is a novel approach to zombie books. I’m still not sure where hunters fit in [...]

    4. Dead Reaping is Ian Woodhead's latest addition to the Armageddon Zombie series. This was the first in the series I have read and it fared well as a stand alone novel.Dead Reaping takes us to a small community rife with illiberal attitudes, discrimination and violence. Segregation and bigotry pervade life in the village and here the residents must compete for survival within a new class structure. The Humans must battle it out alongside The Dead, The Tainted, The Climbers and The Hunters. The aut [...]

    5. I loved part five of this series. The zombies and tainted have changed again, and the hunters are all disappearing as well. Dominic was back in this book and that was great as he is one of my favourite characters.The survivors are living in a small village but the normal humans don't know they are sharing their home with about 70 of the tainted. There is a lot being set up for book 6 in this one and I'm wondering just how that will play out. The story still has lots in it that makes me laugh. Th [...]

    6. This is a continuation of the 'Zombie Armageddon' series of books. While some mention is made of past characters and events, the book stands perfectly well on its own. set about a year after the original outbreak - some of the survivors have set up a community run by the enigmatic and tyrannical 'Magistrate', life is lived in fear of the 'hunters' and also from so-called 'tainted', a new enhanced human.This was an interesting addition to the series. As well as the usual zombie action, there was [...]

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