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Andr từ Lopush', Bryanskaya oblast', Nga từ Lopush', Bryanskaya oblast', Nga

Người đọc Andr từ Lopush', Bryanskaya oblast', Nga

Andr từ Lopush', Bryanskaya oblast', Nga

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Rất vui - thích cái này !!

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Điều này thực sự tốt. Tôi thích các nhân vật nhiều hơn trong cuốn sách này trong hai phần trước. Tôi đã thực sự hy vọng cho một số loạn luân, nhưng than ôi :(

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like Marilyn Manson's story "The Long Road Out Of Hell" ...this was co - written by Neil Strauss .. and it rocks. Not just a story of how a girl grew up to be the world's most famous and richest porn star .. but a psycholgical stiching of the things that happen to us as children have a direct effect on who we are and how we choose to live. Great read for those w. a taste for the lurid and provocative.

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What made me pick up a 300 page book about a world wide war against zombies, zombies being a topic thoroughly beaten to a pulp by a deluge of movies, comics, and various other mediums of late, was a blurb on the back cover describing Mr. Brooks as "the Studs Terkel of zombie journalism." I couldn't pass that up. The book is basically set up as an oral history in the vein of Terkel's The Good War, with people sharing stories of their experiences in surviving the Living Dead. The book presents a fully realized vision of what would happen were such a preposterous event to take place, and flushes out even the most minute, yet profound detail of struggle against the armies of undead from urban pacification and public policy initiatives needed to preserve the human race, to the experiences of individuals doing their best to survive in a society torn asunder by an inexplicable event. The writing is compulsively readable and the structure is set up in a way that each of the accounts works as a compelling story in its own right. Overall, an excellent piece of the horror-genre (zombie lit?) fiction.