ß Ground Zero || Ù PDF Read by ☆ Nicholas Ryan

By Nicholas Ryan | Comments: ( 676 ) | Date: ( Dec 15, 2019 )

This is an alternate cover edition for B00F83EPL4 Aboard a freighter bound for Balti harbor, an Iranian terrorist prepares to unleash an unimaginable horror upon the United States The Wrath is an undead plague an infection that consumes its victims with a maddening rage and turns them into mindless blood thirsty killers.Jack Cutter is just an ordinary guy dealingThis is an alternate cover edition for B00F83EPL4 Aboard a freighter bound for Balti harbor, an Iranian terrorist prepares to unleash an unimaginable horror upon the United States The Wrath is an undead plague an infection that consumes its victims with a maddening rage and turns them into mindless blood thirsty killers.Jack Cutter is just an ordinary guy dealing with a dreadful guilt when the virus tears through his home town Before it s too late, Cutter will have to find a way to survive, and find a reason fight HIS REDEMPTION.

  • Title: Ground Zero
  • Author: Nicholas Ryan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  • Georgianna Price

    After reading this book, I have come to the conclusion that this writer is obsessed with breasts.I honestly can't see anyone rating this book higher than three stars. The story line is generic, the storytelling is flawed at best and there is absolutely nothing that I will remember about this book a week from now.Here are some fine examples of the type of narrative you can expect:"She turned to run, but suddenly a figure crashed through the glass front of a Chinese restaurant. It was a man - and [...]

  • Future Slayer Girl

    *I read this book via my Kindle Unlimited Subscription. I received NO compensation for this review and the opinions expressed are entirely my own.*This was a rough zombie read for me. To complete my full disclosure, I am aware that this author has multiple pen names in other genres. I was curious when I saw him post under his erotica pen name this zombie book. I'm a big zombie fan, but I'm also a very picky zombie fan. I have HUGE pet peeves that are very dominant in the genre. I was going to la [...]

  • Haselbrox

    2.5 stars, reallynstop action! +4 decent narrative. +1one-dimensional sex object women characters everywhere! -2recently widowed (like, a week ago) hero seems down with all the women who want to be rescued in exchange for blowjobs or whatever. ugh. -0.5So, most people would agree that the thing that makes The Walking Dead awesome is the human reaction to the tragedy all around, right? This was all gore, not much of a story about people except fleeing and trading sex for protection (or raping). I [...]

  • Joni

    I love the Zombie genre and have enjoyed every book I have read thus far, until now. The author does a good job of describing zombie encounters, but most of the novel is about the main character, Cutter, trying to get out of the city. This basically has Cutter moving from a bookstore to an abandoned apartment complex which were located on the same street or block. All the women in this book were described basically in a sexual context, they either had large breasts, small breasts, heaving breast [...]

  • Zac

    Meh - call it 2.5. Had a lot of flaws but it was fairly readable.It started out really strong. Frankly, it started so well, that I expected much more. But then it got repetitive, hard to swallow, and at least twice had such tremendous logic flaws that it totally took me out of the book.Example one: televised newsman reports that the POTUS confirmed issuing "executive orders to shoot to kill anyone on the streets"d that there is a "total blockade on all civilian vehicular movement" but a couple p [...]

  • Ali

    I love zombie stories, but this one was about as generic as they come. The book started off promisingly, and just went downhill from there. That's not the worst part. I have to wonder if the author is sexist. Why is it that not a single one of the several female characters were written as anything more than weak, clingy, useless, sex objects that all needed and craved a man's protection? Did I really just read the line, "she threw the grenade like a girl"? Ugh.

  • Angie Cipolla

    For a story that started out with a bangis one ended with a whimper. It almost seemed like the author gave up mid way through and rushed to throw an ending together at the last minute ending reminiscent to a bad chick flick

  • Kirstie

    Ok so I have never read a zombie book before and only just started watching The Walking Dead(WD) now I can say I am no longer a Zombie Virgin (that sounds wrong on so many levels)Well the first couple paragraphs and I knew I had to see this book through to the end. As opposed to WD the origin of the virus that zombifies people is explained at the beginningd I must say it was an ingenious idea from Mr Ryand definitely one of the reasons I was hooked in the beginning.The main character Cutter is a [...]

  • Rob Clark

    This is a book that could have used the strong input of a woman and an editor with a pair of scissors.Women in the story are there as sexual objects and little more. That may be the author's TEOTWAWKI fantasy, but it makes for not the greatest of stories. The author would greatly benefit by having a few women provide some honest and constructive feedback as to how they would act in such circumstances.The story jumps around, giving us perspective of the origin of the problem and some views of how [...]

  • SammiesBookBlog

    Where to start? I LOVED this book, I LOVE zombie books, sadly there are not a lot out there. This surpassed every single expectation I had for this book out the window! I was shocked, I was thrown curve ball after curve ball. I could totally see this book being a movie and it rightfully would deserve it! It was descriptive, captivating, intriguing. It had it all. I truly hope that we get more one day and to see everyones futures. LOVE this book, must read <3☆☆☆☆½. stars.

  • Amanda

    I wish less than one star was an option. The zombie scenes were okay but this author, JFC. I am not a feminist by any stretch of the imagination but this book was the most disgustingly sexist thing I've ever read. Seriously, don't waste your time.

  • chucklesthescot

    A zombie outbreak begins in Baltimore when a terrorist unleashes a deadly virus in himself, and it swiftly spreads to the streets. The CDC loses control and the virus starts to sweep the country. Jack Cutter is one of the many running for his life and he is helped to sanctuary in a book store secure basement. But with food, water and electricity about to run out, should they stay and hope for rescue or try to find a way past the zombies and out of the city?Jack is already dealing with the trauma [...]

  • Maria

    What can I say about "zombies"? they have been done and done again like the Dracula novels. Same story different time blah blah blah! So I must admit when I first encountered this novel I was a skeptic. That was till I hit 1/2 through chapter 1!, after that not even my kids could tear me away. Cutter was addicting, written through his POV was eye opening, there is not many male POV's where you feel a "feminine touch" shall i say? example most males have a gun ho and "me Tarzan!! you Jane!" menta [...]

  • Toni

    Review also on My Book Addiction as part of #zOctober2013 When I first started reading the prologue I thought to myself, “Nicholas Ryan is a freaking genius!” I even flipped back and read the entire prologue to my husband, which is something I have never done before. I was completely blown away by the very realistic and horrifying picture he painted about the origin of the zombie apocalypse. I knew for certain that I wouldn’t be able to stop reading this after devouring those first few pag [...]

  • Roxanne Kade

    Everything I know about zombies comes from the big screen and I have to say that most of the time, for me, zombie movies are down right hilarious or just plain of foolish. So it was refreshing to pick up my very first zombie novel and be enthralled from start to finish. This story was action packed, with plenty of gore and horror to go with it. It was fantastic!The concept of how the virus came to be and how it spread, was brilliant. It really brought a strong sense of reality to this fiction, a [...]

  • Sophie

    (Review seen in full at beentherereadthatreviewedthebo)I do love a zombie book, but don’t often choose to read one because a lot of them I find are too soft, too slow and too twee. Having recently read (and watched) Max Brooks’ World War Z, I’ve been on the lookout for some more great zombie thrillers, so I couldn’t turn down the chance to review Ground Zero: A Zombie Apocalypse.The book started really strong; instead of a load of boring waffle, we’re thrown right into the action with [...]

  • Samantha

    I got this book in trade for an honest review. I absolutely love zombie books if they are done right. I'll give them all a try and Ground Zero was done right! We start off with the zombie virus being brought from overseas as a way to take down America. I mean hello now we sort of entered a dystopian world/apocalypse genre that always reels me in. We are introduced to not only the man responsible for releasing this virus on American soil, but get to experience moments with citizens who do not mak [...]

  • Veronica

    Soooo, this book did not turn out exactly how I expected it to. It started with a bang and ended with a flop. I honestly feel a little cheated with the ending. Almost like the author was on a deadline and just decided to cut the story off at page 312, The End. It had potential, it really did, it just ended up not quite making it. So many things got on my nerves & didn't make a lick of sense. When you are running from a hoard of zombies and you hear a noise behind you, you sure as hell don't [...]

  • George Switzer

    A great story idea but a disappointing readI was intrigued in the beginning with the author's idea of how the zombie apocalypse begins. (I mean, we all KNOW that the zombie apocalypse is coming; we just don't know how it's going to start.) But as I got further into the story I liked the book less and less. I had a difficult time believing the actions of the female characters; I just don't believe that a woman is going to be even remotely thinking of reacting sexually in a survival situation. I a [...]

  • Matthew Niederberger

    Zombie Breasts Zombie Breasts Zombie Breasts Pick a genre Nicholas!Take away the writers obsession for young beautiful ladies and their breasts and you have got yourself an exciting zombie book! I am just being as honest as possible here. I have read several zombie books so far, from Max Brooks to Nicholas Ryan, and feel that I am in a position to judge that even though Nicholas Ryan's book is exciting and sets your apocalyptic imagination alight, I can't help but feel a little irritated that ev [...]

  • William

    "Be all you can be" This is a quote from the book. Allegedly uttered by a former Army Sergeant. Never would that have been uttered as anything but sarcasm by any former Army folk I've know, much less as a serious parting line.This book has several problems, but it's a side effect of what happens when a genre gets popular and equitable. Everyone thinks they can write one.This book could have told this fairly simple story in half the time if the writer didn't try to squeeze in a ton of metaphors a [...]

  • D Thomas

    Ground Zero: A Zombie Apocalypseby Nicholas RyanGiven ARC for an hones review.Definitely not my normal reading material, but thought I would give it a try.I'm not a fan of blood and gore, but once I got started reading, due to the storyline being so well written, I had a hard time putting the book down.I think the author did an excellent job with the storyline and describing in detail the happenings that took place, even with all the twists and turns.Would I read another of Nicholas Ryan's books [...]

  • Mandi

    I really did like this story. It was a fun read. But explain why I rated only three stars not more, I feel like there could have been SO much more here! I hate giving spoilers out in reviews so there wont be any of that. But lets be honest. I feel like the ending was rushed, and I feel like I read half a bookwhich, according to the "the end" at the end of the story, I did not read half a book.Again, I really, really enjoyed what I did read. I just felt like there could have been so much more her [...]

  • Phil Jones

    As a zombie book it is fine it "does what it says on the tin".I'd have marked it as a good solid three star bookbutAs several others have said its treatment of women is both laughable and appalling.The women instantly revert to cave women incapable of existing without a strong man to look after them *head-desk*Really It was almost like a throwback to the John Gorman "Gor" books I read many many years ago.I will read book 2 but I really hope our author grows up and writes better women.

  • Ash

    HorribleEven for the zombie genre this was ridiculous. I had to stop reading once I got to the sexist part of the book where female characters are first introduced. Up until then the book was flat and one dimensional, but the wanton helpless women ended it for me. There are better zombie books to devote your time reading.

  • Terry

    I read it. I started as an amazing read and then stopped when it started getting interesting. Too short, almost all the plot lines died without resolution. Reads like a good first couple of chapters or even a short start to a trilogy. Enjoyed it, but far too short.

  • Nevermore

    book?Very short. Relatively pointless. Star given because author can write a sentence. Nothing noteworthy at all. Not sure if this is a series or not. Will not read more.

  • Ronna

    Fast-paced and violent, which you want in Z-fiction, but the guy needed a writing coach.

  • Vickie

    Review to follow

  • Lisa

    Didn't live up to hype. I will check out the next in the series to see if it improves.

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