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Deadland Rising characters ¼ 104 ñ ❰Read❯ ➮ Deadland Rising Author Rachel Aukes – The conclusion of the critically acclaimed DEADLAND SAGAWinter has arrived It has been nearly one year since the zombie hordes claimed the world As the plague eats away at its victims’ bodies the Fo The conclusion of the cUt a dangerous new threat has risen hunting them from every direction To survive Cash Clutch and their small band of refugees must put their faith in a group of strangers and a new government with radical plans It will take all of the Fox survivors’ strength and cour. Okay so here's the deal I promised to have this book read and reviewed two weeks ago Which if we want to get technicalI did But being that Deadland Rising is the final chapter in Aukes Deadland Saga I absolutely had to reread it before I could give my final thoughts Honestly I'm still not sure how to convey how I feel about the book in mere wordsSo here's the gist of it Camp Fox is finito and the group heads for New Eden Of course along the way they're hit with a bunch of roadblocks and I don't mean just traffic jams By the time they arrived even though it didn't take up too much time in the book I felt as if it was a complete tale that could successfully stand alone as a novella But Aukes trudged on; determined to get out every last drop of story to her readers Then we're given a treat and hopes of a cure surface Without giving away too much detail by the time the group leaves the church I felt as if that hump of the story could have also stood alone as a successful novellabut wait there's Aukes kept going bringing us to the capitol and introducing a benevolent dictator with wildly misguided intentions Here I found myself yelling at the characters don't you know never to take candy from strangers Okay so they didn't take any candy but still they had uite the duh moment and it bit them in the arse That's all I'll share about the plot even though there's much in between and after Some things you just have to experience for yourselvesBefore I get down to the best bits I want to share the one niggling thing that I can't totally get on board with The story relays that the virus is even virulent outside the host and infection rates increase Now I know that a miniscule number viruses can live outside the host on nonporous fomites for up to a week however after twenty four hours it's ability to spread degrades much like a medication's half life So not that I couldn't get past the scientific liberties because after all this is a work of fiction I just found it pulled me out of the story whenever it came up because my clinical brain uestioned it every time No harm no foul thoughand it's such a minor gripe that it had no bearing on my rating of the book I just happen to be neurotic and let's be honest I'm no microbiologist so there's always the chance that I'm misinformedNowon to what I really enjoyed about the book I've been dying to see how Aukes dealt with the two creepy kids and was elated to find not only them but another tertiary character similarly afflicted become their own little arc within the book In fact I'd love to see a short story about the kids that goes further in depth with the hows and whys or maybe even gives a glimpse into their Z addled brainsI'm happy Aukes didn't go heavy on the lovey dovey stuff with Cash and Clutch It would have detracted from the tone set in the previous books and I think she gave readers enough of a hint without making it gag cityI'm totally a dog person but let me be the first to say I definitely do not want to hug any of the dogs in the Deadland Sagawell maybe Diesel but not the others the feral sickly strays It stands to reason that domesticated animals would go feral if left to their own defenses and that most of the small dogs would go the way of the dodo while large mongrels flourish So it's believable yet disturbing nonethelessAll said and done Aukes writes good fiction no ifs ands or buts about it A true testament to her talent is that a year can pass and I'll still remember the finer details of her stories That ladies and gentleman is nothing short of spectacular Even though I received this book in return for an honest review I purchased a copy because it was just tha

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Age to endure in this barren hostile world Even that might not be enough Deadland Rising is a journey through Dante Alighieri's “Paradiso” the classic tale on the seven virtues zombie apocalypse styleBookDays in DeadlandBook Deadland’s HarvestBook Deadland Rising. Full review and available at My ThoughtsBelieve me if I could change the past there'd be plenty I would do differently But I can't and you can't either We have to accept things as we see them and keep on living Clutch Deadland Rising P 52At the beginning of my other two reviews for this series I felt the need to explain to my readers that I am generally not a fan of the horror genre I don't like horror I deplore zombies and I don't handle suspense well Well folks I'm not even going to write that any because that would be a complete lie Thank Rachel Aukes you've ruined horror for me No longer do I fear the unknowns of the literary world No longer do I mock zombies Rachel Aukes has made me a believerGoing into this novel was one of the most bittersweet experiences I have had as a blogger As anyone who read my other two reviews and read my year end recap could tell you this was one of my most anticipated reads of 2015 so of course I was pumped to check it out On the flip side I knew this would be my final adventure alongside the characters I had grown so incredibly close to 400 pages to see if these heroes would live die or even become the living dead themselves Emotions ran high but I knew with Rachel Aukes at the helm I would not be disappointedI'll just flat out tell you now that if today was the final day of 2015 Deadland Rising would be among my top reads of the year I was expecting a whole lot out of this novel and thankfully Rachel Aukes did not disappoint not even a littleIn true Rachel Aukes fashion this entire novel was very fast paced Picking up mere days after the second novel we find our characters in uite the conundrum Making their way across the plains of the Midwest in search of New Eden their promised paradise and home to other survivors of the zombie apocalypse proves to be of a journey than anticipated It's been nine months since the infection spread rampant across society resulting in massive casualties and complete breakdown of modern civilization What remains of the government bombed the metropolitan centers of the US in an effort to kill the infection killing any possible survivors as well With the plummeting temperatures of winter uickly taking over the zeds have migrated south towards warmer temperatures Those that remain are slow sluggish and stand like statues on the frozen plains While the number of zeds may have decreased Cash Clutch Jase and the gang must fight off bandits and bands of rabid angry dogs to make their way to New Eden before winter stops them in their tracks The plot line to this novel is a little defined that its' predecessors Unlike the other two stories where the only plot was 'survive' out gang has a mission now It's a big change of pace from the other two stories where you never know what may happen next though this novel is full of the unexpected In true form for a conclusion Rachel Aukes makes sure to tie up all loose ends By the time you close your cover you know whats happened to most all characters Those that haven't been killed that is I'm not going to spoil the ending for anyone but I can tell you that I was pleased Immensely The story wraps up in a way that says yes this is the end of the story but you never know what the future may hold' Rebuilding society won't happen overnight but the reader is left with hope for a better tomorrowThis series has a huge cast of characters Unfortunately many of them do not make it to the end but Rachel gives us so many new ones to fill their place Even though this is a final novel in the series we are still introduced to a dozen or so new characters that really help to move the story to its' conclusion New survivors new doct

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Deadland RisingThe conclusion of the critically acclaimed DEADLAND SAGAWinter has arrived It has been nearly one year since the zombie hordes claimed the world As the plague eats away at its victims’ bodies the Fox survivors search for a safe place to rebuild what they have lost B. It's been a long long time since I finished the Deadland Saga book 2 by Rachel Aukes still I easily slipped back into this rotting world where the people are as much to fear as the living dead Deadland Rising is a fine read to close out the series eually as good as the previous two books I often find that trilogies run out of steam and feature a little too much padding This is certainly not the case here This is my favourite zombie series without a doubt Despite the long pause between book 2 and 3 I'm sad that I have come to the end I could easily hook up with Cash Clutch and the crew again And so55 shambling corpses from the Grim Reader