Wednesday, August 21, 2013

WWW Wednesdays #24 & Stacking the Shelves #6


To play along, I’m supposed to answer 3 easy questions.

What are you currently reading?

World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War

World War Z – An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

  Haven’t actually started reading it yet, going to tomorrow at work.  I’ve been looking forward to reading this for awhile.  I had it on hold on my library app and it came in over the weekend.

What did you recently finish reading?

Deadly Night (Ghosthunters 101, #1)

Deadly Night (Ghosthunters 101 #1) by Aiden James

This wasn’t as good as I had hoped.  It wasn’t horrible, but it wasn’t as much supernatural as I had hoped.  The ghosthunting part of it was liking watching the tv shows.  A lot of excitement to see something and then you barely get a glimpse of anything.  Those shows already annoy me so maybe I was already against that part of the story.  The other storyline was decent though, although I had it figured out before the killer was revealed.  Then there is the whole storyline about his band, those just seemed like they were using it to fill out more pages.


Afraid by Jack Kilborn

I just finished this today, I gave it 5 stars.  It was good and different.  An enhanced special ops team takes over a small town in Wisconsin and sets out on killing everyone in the town while trying to find a local who has come home but is living off the grid.  Lots of action and some everyday heroes.  I really enjoyed this one.

What do you think you’ll read next?

The Nightlife: New York (The Nightlife, #1)

The Nightlife: New York (Nightlife #1) by Travis Luedke

This is the first line on the Goodreads page.

“Vampires, strippers, escorts, night clubs, gangs, pimps and corrupt cops, the Nightlife of New York is never boring.”

That pretty much sums it up.

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The End - A Post Apocalyptic Novel


The End – A Post Apocalyptic novel by G. Michael Hope

Really?  Are any of you surprised by this purchase?  It’s Apocalyptic, how could I not?

Purchased – Free

Kindle version



Bottled Abyss


Bottled Abyss by Benjamin Kane Ethridge

The character stumbles on what could be the border between the living world and the world of the dead.

Purchased – Free

Kindle version





Bitten by Dan O’Brien

It might be another werewolf book.  The last one was pretty good so we’ll take a shot at another one.

Purchased – Free

Kindle version



World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War


World War Z – an Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

This is the book they based the Brad Pitt movie off of.  I haven’t seen the movie but I have heard the book was much better so I’m going to read it.

Rented – Library

Kindle version




Breakers by Edward W. Robertson

Another end of the world book, I think I’m starting to notice a trend.

Purchased – Free

Kindle version

1 comment:

  1. I'm trying to get back to WWZ right now too, though I got sidetracked by a few Kindle library pickups of my own. If you enjoy the zombie stuff I highly recommend a book called "Ex-Heroes" and its sequels (the first of which I'm about halfway through right now). I also very much enjoyed "Reboot," which was sort of a zombies are the good guys kind of book.