Diario di un sopravvissuto agli zombie

Diario di un sopravvissuto agli zombie Il diario quotidiano della battaglia di un uomo per la sopravvivenza contro le prove che il mondo dei non morti gli propone giornalmente Una piaga sconosciuta dilaga sul pianeta I morti risorgono e

  • Title: Diario di un sopravvissuto agli zombie
  • Author: J.L. Bourne
  • ISBN: 9788863552010
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Il diario quotidiano della battaglia di un uomo per la sopravvivenza, contro le prove che il mondo dei non morti gli propone giornalmente Una piaga sconosciuta dilaga sul pianeta I morti risorgono e, come nuova specie dominante, reclamano la Terra Imprigionato in una tragedia planetaria, toccano a lui decisioni fondamentali scelte che faranno la definitiva e assoluta dIl diario quotidiano della battaglia di un uomo per la sopravvivenza, contro le prove che il mondo dei non morti gli propone giornalmente Una piaga sconosciuta dilaga sul pianeta I morti risorgono e, come nuova specie dominante, reclamano la Terra Imprigionato in una tragedia planetaria, toccano a lui decisioni fondamentali scelte che faranno la definitiva e assoluta differenza tra la vita o l eterna maledizione

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    1. If I could give this book negative stars, I would. It's been a long time since a book has made me as angry as this one did. I don't think I'm the overly critical sort. I have expectations, and I want them to be met, but I think that I'm willing to compromise. If a book isn't the best written but has a good story, or if the writing is gorgeous, but the story is kinda "meh", I can appreciate the book for what it is and move on. But this was just painfully, ridiculously bad. This book's gimmick is [...]

    2. Opening Line: "January 1st 0358 hrs. Happy New Year to me"Wow, this was a surprise! Before I begin I should tell you that I’ve never read a Zombie book in my life and I’m not a fan of the genre (although I did think Shawn Of The Dead was hilarious.) I generally read romance novels with the occasional biography thrown in. So you can imagine my surprise when I became absolutely engrossed in a book about surviving a plague of walking dead. Day By Day Armageddon was unputdownable and had me alte [...]

    3. Rating: 3* of five The Book Report: The book description says: An ongoing journal depicting one man's personal struggle for survival, dealing with the trials of an undead world unfolding around him. An unknown plague sweeps the planet. The dead rise to claim the Earth as the new dominant species. Trapped in the midst of a global tragedy, he must make decisionsoices that that ultimately mean life, or the eternal curse to walk as one of them. My Review: I really, really wish the narrative frame of [...]

    4. I guess I can only explain the majority of users' glowing appraisals with the fact that Bourne has some interesting ideas. It's like he thought of the most interesting places someone could hole-up during a zombie apocalypse and then wrote a book around them. That combined with the fleeting bits of action throughout the story encouraged me to continue reading despite my overwhelming objections to much of the rest of the book.Some users have tried to explain the main character's overreaction, and [...]

    5. 3.5 stars. While not up to the quality or enjoyment of World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War which is on my list of "All Time Favorite" novels, this book can hold its decaying head up high and proudly moan that it is the SECOND BEST ZOMBIE BOOK I HAVE EVER READ. Written in "authentic" journal style (complete with misspelled words), this book has a gritty, realistic feel to it and a tight plot that keeps the tension up at a good clip. Short, fast and enjoyable.

    6. 3.5 StarsThis is an interesting take on the post apocalyptic zombie story. I am a die hard zombie-phile and love all the different takes on the genre. This story done by J.L.Bourne takes the zombie story and gives it to us at the point of view of a modern day soldier who's name we never get to know. The name, Day by Day Armageddon, is perfect as this is a journal type story that is told by a soldier. It is a daily written account telling our heroes trials and tribulations from the first day of t [...]

    7. Ok. Zombie come and zombies go. But as raw as it isI LOVED this book! It's a diary format tale of a military guy stuck in the burbs of the living dead. What a guilty pleasure. Or maybe it's the voyeuristic me dancing behind the overturned car with a high-powered rifle and only enough SPAM to last me another two days!DIE ZOMBIE BASTARDS!;-)

    8. I am a great fan of zombie fiction and post-apocalyptic fiction in general. I absolutely loved Max Brook's World War Z so I was really excited to pick up this book. The journalistic style intrigued me and I had hoped to get a realistic, first person view of a survivor in a world ruled by the undead.How easy would it be to survive in a world full of flesh eating zombies? Really easy - especially considering that the protagonist is apparently McGyver! Our hero can fly a plane, hotwire a car, is a [...]

    9. Take The Martian, add zombies and subtract the humor and you get Day by Day Armageddon. So I guess that means it's just like journal-style narrative, which is what this is. Each day in the journal of the life of an unnamed protagonist.I was in the mood for a good zombie book and Day by Day scratched that itch. It's nothing that really breaks any mold. They're still a hoard of zombies that suddenly sneak up on you even though they're loud, moaning creatures. The survivors are the ones to worry a [...]

    10. This was, in general, a fairly good zombie tale, with plenty of suspense.One thing I found distracting was the editing. In particular, the error that kept popping up was this:Zombies should be wandering around. In this book, the zombies wondered around. It's a spelling error that changes the meaning of the word. Every time the author meant to use the word wander, he used wonder instead. This is not the fault of J.L. Bourne. I do not expect authors to be good spellers. The responsibility of the a [...]

    11. Damn, I've only just noticed that this says #1. It had better not end on a cliff hanger. I'm 80% in and loving every minute. In some ways it reminds of one of my favourite books World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War in that it's sparse and written in journal form rather than trying to be a literary piece--a novel in the traditional sense. I mean, zombies are daft, right? The whole concept of reading zombie novels immediately puts you in the loony zone. It's not something I care to admit [...]

    12. Ok to start off this book is freaking amazing. I have my reasons why i think this book is amazing. (1.) It has zombies, how is that not cool?(unless you don't like zombie) (2.) It is done in a diary format, in military time, in first person perspective. (3.) and finally this book is probably the most intense and scary book I have read for a long time, but don't take my word for it here is an example from “Day by Day Armageddon” “I shut the door again. My instincts told me, @* the plane c [...]

    13. Diario de una invasión Zombie es mi primera experiencia leyendo del tema. Si había visto unas cuantas películas (No, series no. No, no he visto The walking dead. Mátenme) así que mi nivel de familiaridad es escaso. Si agregamos que de pequeña veía a mis hermanos jugar Resident evil en el PlayStation, cosa que yo hallaba entretenidísimo, aunque me aterraba el sonido y vibrar del control. Es un argumento que siempre me ha causado curiosidad, ya sea por la popularidad de los últimos años, [...]

    14. I am a huge fan of post-apocalyptic fiction, especially zombie novels.I came to JL Bourne's books only a few months ago, but within a few pages of this his writing style had me hooked.The story initially comes from the perspective of one military man immediately before, during, and after the viral outbreak that brings around the inevitable zombie apocalypse. The pragmatism of the main character brings to mind the way Max Brook's characters operated in World War Z, but he is realistic, fallible, [...]

    15. If you're a hardcore, and I mean hardcore zombie fan, you will love this book. When I said hardcore zombie fan, I'm talking about daydreaming for hours on end about end of the world survival scenarios, reading up on every piece of zombie literature you could get your hands on, devouring every single zombie movie ever made and stockpile on food and ammunition to prepare for an event that will most likely never, ever happen. That is the kind of obsession this book will appeal to, because if you're [...]

    16. I racconti sugli zombie non mi piacciono molto, sono più una ragazza-vampiro io.Ora però sono indecisa se leggere il seguito di questo libro o risparmiarmi altre 600 pagine (visto che ci sono 4 libri) di noia quasi assoluta e leggere su come finisce.In poche parole: c'è un virus strano che trasforma tutti in zombie (dov'è che ho già sentito sta storia?ah si! Io sono leggendaw la fantasia). Ovviamente non tutti sono infettati, e il libro parla delle vicende di un gruppetto di questi superst [...]

    17. This was a simple story, told in the style of a soldier's journal as he deals with surviving in the zombie apocalypse. Many post-apocalyptic book deal with the threat of people, but this one really was more about one man vs the zombie horde. Later on a few other characters are picked up; but they're given a very brief surface treatment, we never really get to know them in depth, as the story is told through a very narrow view. The writing is extremely simple, and I can't quite tell whether this [...]

    18. I had no idea that a zombie apocalypse could be so boring! I had a hard time swallowing the "realistic" journal entry format. I think the author could have more easily drawn me into the story if I wasn't constantly rolling my eyes at his writing style. No one writes in a diary like that. There was a lot of detail put into describing flight procedures, guns, ammo, and boat engines that included lots of numbers and acronyms that meant nothing to me. Parts of the story were so dry it was like readi [...]

    19. DNF 23%I just can't. I want some realistic fiction about zombies with a kickass protagonist, is that too much to ask? You can't begin putting up defenses all around your house only because you heard about something that is happening in China. WTH have you the power to predict what is going to happen?!And obviously this journal thing doesn't work: a zombie book must be full of action, not full of description. I didn't give a shit about what the protagonist was blabbing half of the time. I have re [...]

    20. So disappointed as really thought I'd love this one. It bored me and I found the characters shallow and bland. Didn't get to know the characters and quite frankly didn't care about them either. The dog was ok !Could not bring myself to read past page 90. I also didn't buy into it as from the start it just didn't have any depth or reality especially because I couldn't understand why this guy would be so paranoid about a virus in China and go straight to fortressing his home. Maybe it's a girl thi [...]

    21. Three stars may sound a bit rough but alone from the describtions of the stars it would have been two. But that's just not fair. So three.Hear me out why: The book is in form of some random guy who coincidently starts a diary soon before the Zombie apocalypse starts in a universe were there is no such fiction as Zombie apocalypses or whatever the plural of apocalypse is Anyways as said it is in dairy form and that's my hole problem. For some dude writing a diary it is too well kept and written, [...]

    22. Ein Zombieroman in Tagebuchform ist mal was anderes gewesen und hat mir sehr gut gefallen. Werde mir definitiv auch Band 2 anhören. Wie immer ist es ein Genuss gewesen der Stimme von David Nathan zu lauschen.

    23. This is a novel by J.L Bourne, an aspiring fiction author. The title, DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON suggests that this is a book about either an apocalypse or, an infestation of the undead which is what the cover suggests. It is a 200 page long zombie fiction, and a well written book. It is written in the form of a journal and in the view of the main character.Though the author never mentions the main characters name, he tells us a lot about him. Such as, he an unmarried air force pilot who lives in a s [...]

    24. "Diario di un sopravvissuto agli zombie" è un libro post-apocalittico, con tendenze horror, del 2004 dell'autore J.L. Bourne, primo di una trilogia che la casa editrice "Multiplayer Edizioni" sta ristampando qui in Italia. I primi due volumi sono reperibili, il terzo alla data in cui scrivo, non è ancora uscito.J. L. Bourne, militare di professione, ha partecipato ad alcune delle ultime operazioni militari americane, tra cui quella in Iraq. Non è uno scrittore di professione dunque, ed effita [...]

    25. This book was fun to read. Moreso than many of the other zombie books I have read recently as I have gotten more and more into this genre. Don't get me wrong, I have enjoyed most of the stories I have read, but this one just hit me the right way I guess. I like the narative approach. It is certainly not something I want with all my books-a "Dear Diary" route, but it works quite well here. It gives the author a lot of latitude with how the story flows and even the grammar, etc. After all, this is [...]

    26. This is a good post-apocalypse zombie novel written in the style of a survivor's diary. I enjoyed this book and burned through it pretty quickly, but noticed quite a few spelling, grammar and fact-checking errors that I think have prevented the novel from achieving more success. Spelling and grammar mistakes are pretty unforgivable - the editor needs to be fired. Certain occurrences in the story bothered me as well:- The guy routinely uses a knife to open canned food. Has the author ever tried t [...]

    27. Unfortunately this book didn't do much for me. It wasn't anything special and merely mediocre. It wasn't completely bad either, just pretty forgettable. I did like the idea of a journal style telling of a zombie apocalypse. Unfortunately the author doesn't really make full use of that style. The book is written like a normal first person POV with the dates as chapter titles. I didn't really mind that too much, I just thought it was a bit of a missed opportunity.What bothered me more were the unb [...]

    28. You know the drill: the world has been infected by an identifiable virus that turns all of the human population into mindless, flesh-eating zombies. Not transmissible by air or food or water, the disease spreads by a single bite. Our hero, a young American soldier in Texas, teams up with his neighbor to brave this freakishly transformed planet to do one thing, and do it well: survive. Their fight against the undead (who are, it might be added, exceptionally ugly and stinky) is a never-ending one [...]

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