I have so many. I'm planning on writing up a prepped book for cats and other pets.
Think this it's something worth reading? Curious as to what pointers others might have on an apocalypse and the survival and protection of their pets Please write any suggestions below.
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The humor is phenomenal it connects with my kind of sarcasm. When Jace gars a new stump. The ending and the direction the plot twist had gone is forcing me to continue on to the third book in the series instead of reading my next ARC book or tbr Did I mention that the drama in this book series reminds me of the crap I would have to put up with in my current suburban neighborhood? I love the wit and humor in this zed filled world, where zombies aren't the only dangers.
The only thing that has gotten me a little confused sometimes are the characters Some don't backflash enough to the first book where I had their characters pretty well established in my head. But I am enjoying this book and the idea that as usual POTUS has to step in with plans of their own and funk things up more out of greed and stupidity. The book is far different than anything that we know or even imagined. Some parts are darker than imagined, while other parts have to be continued into one of the next books in the series.
I recommend if you have a chance, to one day re-read this classic series to be surprised that the Wicked Witch or flying monkeys weren't the only scary things Sometimes becoming what you have always wished happens during the journey. Happy Caturday. The only way this series could have gotten better is if there were more cats It's been a long while since I've read some of these tasks So many classics that I don't want to get inundated with all the new books, plus classics have given so much inspiration to the books we have today.
With "The Walking Dead" on hiatus, my Sundays have become lackluster. Figuratively with this heat and my Multiple Sclerosis, I must be as in active as possible. But I want to reanimated. I've read some excellent books lately It was my goal to get out of what I thought was a zombie rut.
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Looking back in perspective, I realize a part of me has been missing. And insects spread disease. Bats in New York and some other states have been almost completely wiped out by white-nose syndrome. It was strangely white. Zander nodded. Zander laughed. All I know is nature is off balance.
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Climate change. Polar bears losing their habitat, dying out. Honeybees and bats disappearing. Zombies appearing. Zander stood, puffing from the effort. I waved away a fly, shrugged my shoulders. Zander sucked thoughtfully on his lower lip. Who needs the abuse? Maybe he was onto something.
Were other zombies out there? Not just one or two, but lots of us? Kids in other towns, closeted away out of sight? Zombies in basements, playing video games, afraid to come out? I wondered how many people knew about me. Not just rumors and gossip, but really knew the truth. If people heard the story that some random kid had turned into a zombie, would anyone even believe it?
Halpert worked so hard to keep things quiet. No television interviews, no reporters. Which was find with me because: Obviously! Zander interrupted my reverie. Music is important to many artists and writers. It was in the air we breathed. We hear the sounds — they jangle through our synapses — and leak into our work.
Often we can look back on that artwork and see traces of those tunes in the words and images we used. David Bowie died on January 10, It was a death that got a huge response on public media, bigger, perhaps, than many of us might have imagined.
It hit us hard. The Thin White Duke, gone.
It was difficult to wrap our minds around it. We realized the extent to which he was a part of our lives. Always there. Now gone. At that time I was finishing up my middle-grade novel, Better Off Undead. It struck me: That would be a cool title for a book. I scribbled out a large, dramatic type treatment. I even thought it would have been a cool title for the very book I was writing.
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But by that time, I had an approved title and maybe I was just being sentimental. It felt too late to change it now. Too many hurdles and hassles. Yet I wanted to get Bowie into the book somehow. A lot happens in that scene. A drone drifts outside the window. And, admittedly, a little over the top. Did it come from the Girl and Boy scouts? Is getting the Inverted Comma award a substitute for earning your merit badge for knot tying?
Do I really need a gold star just for showing up? All these badges make even getting awards of any kind seem humdrum and routine. Whenever everything is special, nothing is.