Contamination Boxed Set

Contamination Boxed Set This bundle contains the first four books in the CONTAMINATION series Contamination Zero Contamination The Onset Contamination Crossroads Contamination WastelandABOUT CONTAMINATION The infection

  • Title: Contamination Boxed Set
  • Author: T.W. Piperbrook
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This bundle contains the first four books in the CONTAMINATION series Contamination Zero Contamination 1 The Onset Contamination 2 Crossroads Contamination 3 WastelandABOUT CONTAMINATION The infection has begun, ravaging the American Southwest and leaving a chaos in its wake In this new world, there will be no last meal, no dying wish The only reward left is to survThis bundle contains the first four books in the CONTAMINATION series Contamination Zero Contamination 1 The Onset Contamination 2 Crossroads Contamination 3 WastelandABOUT CONTAMINATION The infection has begun, ravaging the American Southwest and leaving a chaos in its wake In this new world, there will be no last meal, no dying wish The only reward left is to survive another day

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    1. It was a little hard to get into. I kept wanting to set it down at first. But after a few chapters, I started to enjoy it. The characters and what they go through is hard on your heart. But I love how they come together and then separate in order to try and save the world or at least help it a little. The bad guy is just a jerk honestly. I wanted someone to shoot him just for his attitude. Not to mention that he is the bad guy and he is responsible for all the chaos. You know how sometimes you [...]

    2. Book Zero - Even though I've seen several zombie movies before & religiously watch "The Walking Dead," I've never found myself attracted to zombie books. I actually bought this set on my Nook for less than $1.00, & I think it got me for that as well as my overall interest in "The Walking Dead." This "first" book to this series really captured me, & I burned through the pages so quickly because it's very action-packed, making you feel like you're experiencing everything w/ the charact [...]

    3. Not bad, as it's an interesting though totally unrealistic end of the world situation. The s tory is predictable and most situations are unnaturally forced and somewhat irrational. It seems that all firearms can't be reloaded in this world, as not once did a character do so and it was almost always a requirement for the story.

    4. Yes it's zombies. Yes it's kitschy. Yes there are those damned spellcheck errors that should have been found. It doesn't really matter. The book was exciting the same way Night of the Living Dead is exciting. It won't make you smarter. That's not the point. It's fun.

    5. A bit of an odd series to be sure. Too many things going on within the same book and none of them particularly exciting. Some sort of government plot to release a virus destroying humanity because we've been bad in a left-wing liberal sort of way. Then there's another group out to kill the survivors for some still unknown reason. Worst of all is the stupidity factor. How many times do you have to tell people "shoot the zombies in the head!" or "don't open your car door to strangers with a lame s [...]

    6. That was a lotta book. Book 0 had my attention better than the rest of the series. It was interesting on how people turned. Narrator was good.

    7. Book zero starts and the reader is looking into the life of Dan, a police officer, who wants nothing more than to get home to his family. Little does he know that he and the rest of the town are in for a really big ordeal.The audio for book one was amazing. The narrator was perfect and paced his words with enough pauses so my mind could wrap around the imagery. As I listened to Dan discovering his wife, just sitting in a chair, neither talking or averting her eyes, I knew something serious was g [...]

    8. I liked the author's writing style and thought the characters were well fleshed out and believable. It was easy to immerse myself into this story.However, I did feel that it went a bit long and might have been condensed into 2 books, but that's my own preference for stories that are tighter. Dan - a local cop - faces an onslaught of zombies (even his own wife) and tries to flee along with his young daughter Quinn. Along the way, they meet other survivors and all end up trying to stay alive.I lik [...]

    9. An entertaining read with an interesting approach to starting a zombie apocalypse. Although the characters are good, their skills are a little over the top, especially when you consider that they had no previous experience.In terms of openings that was very good. The way the initial story develops is very exciting. The location, the characters involved in the beginning, the suspense, the unknowing.When you consider the price of the box set and audiobook, well worth the money.

    10. Contamination? Or MutationContamination the series is fast moving action that I read in one sitting. The result of the contamination is not any less believable than zombies. I liked the main characters and found this to be a great read.

    11. Excellent readI enjoyed this series and didn't want it to end. I can't wait for more from this author. Excellent books.

    12. Neither the writing or the story was very good, and in fact both seemed to get worse as the series progressed. Or maybe my tolerance wore out. Either way, I will not be continuing this series, and recommend that nobody else bother starting it.Particular peeves:1) How on earth was the plot financed?2) Decisions based on nothing of course being the right choice. "Let's go look all the way over there!" "Why?" "Because it's there!"3) The super duper soldier agents appear to have zero training. Or co [...]

    13. There are a few good tense moments early on in Contamination Zero. It then takes on a distinctive Walking Dead vibe, complete with lawman raiding the station for guns and trying to protect his kid. The burgeoning zombie menace is also pretty standard fare, reducing the tension dramatically. There are a few odd details–we quickly find out that the contamination came via some combination of poisoned food supply and water supply. Given the vagaries of who’s eating/drinking what, and how much, a [...]

    14. Note that this review is for the first 4 books (0-3) in the series as I listened to them as one big long story. I will try to avoid spoilers.The contamination started in the American Southwest, and Book 0 (St. Matthews) opens in a small town (St. Matthews) in Arizona. Dan Lowery is a police officer in this small town and as the contamination spreads, the violence escalates. Pretty soon he feels he must get to his wife and daughter, see them safe, before he can do anything further to help the tow [...]

    15. I found this story interesting. I would term it zombie related. I liked the author’s view of the beginning of the apocalypse. I found his idea of how it happened to be believable. I could see things happening in that form. Call me paranoid but I don’t have a lot of faith in government these days. That a random group could have begun it isn’t far fetched to me. (I have no idea just how far this stretches to know who all is involved). The boxed set contains books zero through three. I believ [...]

    16. The first few books (0-3) of this boxed set are a horror/thriller/apocalyptic take on the "zombie infection".Frank is in the drunk tank again, and Dan is extremely relieved to be on the way home from his shift and not have to deal with Frank's drunken raving. A call from his relief brings him back to the station to find Frank dead. His body mutilated and his eyes like no human's eyes should be. On arriving home things are mayhem-his wife sits waiting for him with a butcher's knife and his daught [...]

    17. Book 0 showed promise, but it was pretty much down hill from there. All four books together were probably about the length of an average novel. **Spoilers** The head of the bad guys exhibited no signs of charisma, or even much intelligence. How the hell was he supposed to have secretly built up this army, none of whom knew who the hell they were following, that were all bent on ridding the world of weaklings? If they were all expecting to rebuild the world after the weak were all gone, why were [...]

    18. End of days with a twist.End of days with a twist.Contamination box set is fast paced, action packed, beginning end of days story, that catches your attention from beginning to end. With character's that you begin to connect with from the very start. It has a common feel that most other books of this genera has, but what makes it unique is it's description of the creatures, scary fast and hard to kill. Admittedly, at some points in the story it seemed to be all over the place, and it could have [...]

    19. What abysmal garbage!Wow. Another zombie book. Blood n guts n creatures n screaming n dark stormy nights. Sigh. Utter garbage. Of NO value, either as entertainment or as basic horror. Hey, T. W. talent is not measured by body count! This is not a "horror" story. True, it's horrible, but it's NOT a horror story. It's not even a story. It's a rant. It's stupid. GAWD it's about zombies! It's kind of a perfect storm. It's a friggin' zombie rant.Please please please I beg of al of you out there do no [...]

    20. I enjoyed it. The story works well as a collection of novellas and it kept my interest. **SPOILERS FOLLOW** The villain was a little too eeevil but the idea of having a privately funded organization instigating a zombie apocalypse is really quite clever. I recommend giving the rest of the stories a wider scope in order to give the reader some sense of how the rest of the country is dealing with the incident. One fault in the plot is that the lack of communication inside the affected zone is neve [...]

    21. This is a great post-apocalyptic series with realistic characters and a unique twist to the usual zombie epidemic. I flew through the four books in this set and wasted no time in purchasing the last book. I highly recommend these novels to fans of zombie fiction. Excellent!

    22. Of its type, this was well done and filled with twists and turns. However, I'm not that sold on zombies and found the repetitions of quite revolting deaths a little over the top and the megalomaniac villain rather predictable. I enjoyed the thrill of the escapes and I was held reading to the end.

    23. Suffers a lot from telling rather than showing, + a number of character decisions that don't make a hell of a lot of sense.

    24. Got this box set for free on my Kindle. If you like The Walking dead you will like this very similar but the author puts his own mark on a Zombie story ill be reading more of this series 7/10

    25. Interesting story, not as well written as it could have been.OK, so a virus that must be digested to work (they don't work that way) turns the ingesters into some type of ill-described zombies. Then a collection of mostly inexperienced survivors makes it to safety of sorts only to have one leave for home and two take off to stop the bad guys and succeed in not only killing the leader but also in feeding a cluster of hostages. Two people with no experience in handling weapons make every shot coun [...]

    26. Very good!I have enjoyed reading this series of books and look forward to book 4. The characters were believable and made me believe that I could do that! Give me a gun or a knife and I'll help! But that aside, the story was well written and moved at a fast pace. I read all of these in 3 days! I like books that make me want to turn those pages and keep reading into the early hours. They transport me there to be caught up in the horrors and the joys of their daily lives. These books did just that [...]

    27. Apocalypse without a total apocalypseAwesome read each book truly starts where the last left off and each keeps you reading. Don't not read out of sequence it will confuse you. This was a total upheaval​ to what I am used to on apocalypse type reads. A man made destruction without total annihilation. Truly great read.

    28. Entertaining to the end!This was such a good book. I couldn't put it down. I recommend it highly to all adults. I drew close to the characters and was sad when I came to the end of the book. I have concluded after reading volumes 1 - 3 of his books that Tyler Piperbrook is a very good writer. I look forward to reading more of his 📚📚📚📚📚 books.

    29. Great series of the start of a zombie apocalypse!The characters were well fleshed out, believable, and kept my interest. Great zombie adventure. I'll be looking for book four now.

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