Escape

Escape After the events of Six Feet From Hell Response Joe and the remainder of his crew must now face a difficult decision Do they stay and try to fight off the hordes of undead that seem to have no end Or

  • Title: Escape
  • Author: Joseph Coley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
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  • After the events of Six Feet From Hell Response, Joe and the remainder of his crew must now face a difficult decision Do they stay and try to fight off the hordes of undead that seem to have no end Or does he rally the troops and try to live with a bold decision that will impact the lives of all the people that he has tried to save thus far In the second book of the SiAfter the events of Six Feet From Hell Response, Joe and the remainder of his crew must now face a difficult decision Do they stay and try to fight off the hordes of undead that seem to have no end Or does he rally the troops and try to live with a bold decision that will impact the lives of all the people that he has tried to save thus far In the second book of the Six Feet From Hell series, they must make their escape and pray that the zombies are their worst enemye there are far worse things out there than the undead.

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    1. the 2nd book dives right in where the 1st one left off! there is more loss & it's harder now because you come to love the characters & feel as if you were part of the crew! there are the crazy people as well! I am sad to see relationships start to separate but love that others blossum! I love the references to some of my favorite zombie movies! I love that they seem to fight them because of the things they learned from the movies! I would love to see more character developements for some [...]

    2. I didn't like this book as much as I liked the first one. The good guys are getting killed and a few of the idjits are still alive. Also, the women are very much secondary characters. Mind the children and fix the food. What if the men were to die? No woman has stepped up to learn to drive the train and they're not learning any skills. Just relying on the men. It's kind of annoying. Still, there is a lot of action in this one, which I do enjoy. I guess I'll give the next book a read. Sure, I wou [...]

    3. A quick book to read and the premise was alright, but the story and the characters left something out for me. The action and situations tended to be a little splotchy and the situations, in my opinion, wasn't fully utilized. The characters traits and dependence on each other needs to be further developed instead of just a superficial layer to justify the story's plot line.

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