He is in Clayfield looking for fun, but his brand of fun could destroy the town. Enemies must tolerate each other out of necessity, and friendships are tested. One person in the group of survivors knows something that the others do not: The rumors are true; something bad is definitely coming to Clayfield, and there could be no way to stop it and nowhere to hide.
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Shane Gregory lives on several acres in a rural farming community in western Kentucky with his wife, two children, four cats, and a few chickens.
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His education background is in the visual arts, and he is the director of a nonprofit art center and museum. He enjoys painting, running, reading, writing, and growing his own food. In the event of an actual zombie apocalypse, he plans to hole up, shoot first, and ask questions later. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Age of the Dead Rise Book 2. A year and a half has passed since the dead rose, and the citizens of A year and a half has passed since the dead rose, and the citizens of Cold Lake are running out of hope.
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Mar 06, Troy rated it really liked it. Loved it! Gregory's vision of the zombie apocalypse, as told from the view of a small town museum curator, is not to be missed. Our unnamed protagonist, believe me, I looked and looked and Gregory does not name him continues to battle the dead and the living as well, in and around his hometown of Clayfield, Kentucky.
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When confronted with the question of why he doesn't leave. His response rings true when he says that on Loved it! His response rings true when he says that one place is as good as another, besides, home is home. Our hero, who sees himself as a reasonably good guy trying to survive, is quickly becoming a survivor.
You see him evolve as the story unfolds. He does what he must to stay alive but never seems to become amoral, as do many of the other survivors he encounters. He's no super soldier, no survivalist, merely an ordinary guy confronting and coping with an extraordinary time. His haunted memories for a dead love and his indecisive response to the affections of a beautiful young survivor merely add to the humanness of our narrator.
That's the sort of question that makes for, in my opinion, a fine character study and a good read. Sep 24, Deanndra Hall rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone, but especially Kentucky residents. Everything I said about this book's predecessor, The King of Clayfield? Go there and read my review. This is a continuation of the predicament in which the small Kentucky town of Clayfield finds itself following an outbreak of a virus that turns the residents into - you guessed it - zombies.
I was itching to read this book, the second in the series, because I wanted to know what happened to everyone from the first book. I wasn't disappointed, except that it ended. Book 3 is bound to be out soon. As for the book itself, it was exactly like the first - a well-written, well-structured, easy read, sound in its mechanics. I get very tired of trying to read books that have so many errors and structural problems that it's almost impossible to get through them.
The books in this series are not like that in any way. They're also very creative. The narrator, who is the male protagonist, comes up with ideas for survival that most people would never think of, so it's obvious this author did his homework. I have a huge appreciation for that. And by the way, the poster on the wall of the club? Didn't see that coming. Overall, another out-of-the-ballpark entry into this series.
Can't wait to pick up the next one. Jun 12, Beckie Parks rated it did not like it Shelves: audiobook. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It started off decently enough, catching the reader up with the activities of the main character. However, once a new character was introduced it went off the rails quickly!
Yet again the only people they seem to meet up with are scumbags.
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There are no decent people left in the world, save for the main character and the few in his group. The one group that is very briefly introduced that didn't seem to be scumbags were idiots that ran off without helping anyone - including their own friend - as soon as they were rescued. Sometimes he finds them, sometimes not.
This book was even more disappointing than the last. It seems to me that a lot of mundane and useless events were added to the book just to stretch it so the series could become a trilogy. The ending of this book came very abruptly without anything really being solved or a goal being met. Mar 31, Ellen Mandly rated it it was amazing. Even though I'm a bit skeptical about the transfer of the virus angle as it goes against everything I've ever read or watched - I love this series!
Fantastic narration and a wonderfully human and extremely likeable lead character who gets smarter and tougher every book!! Forget Fear the Walking Dead 1st season was lousy! I'm going to try to restrain myself from delving into book 3 since it appears that its the la 5 Stars!
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I'm going to try to restrain myself from delving into book 3 since it appears that its the last in the series. Shane Gregory better get writing, I want more! Dec 20, Thia rated it really liked it. I liked this one even better than the first - which you must read first. If you have ever wondered what would happen in a small rural southern town to a regular Joe when the zombie apocalypse comes - this book is a darn good start.