The book was found to be built on a very unsound premise. John Talon and his crew race across the state, trying to stop the wave of zombie children from destroying the fragile communities struggling to rebuild after the Upheaval. I have read a number of zombie books, but the White Flag of the Dead series was the only one that held my interest. John must face this menace head on, or lose everything his army has fought and died for. John, Charlie, Duncan, and Tommy Its been seven years since the Upheaval. Seven years of fighting the hordes of the undead. While this book is good, I think the series might be starting to lose steam for me.
Behind every door, they are hiding. I was so deep into the zombie apocalypse mode that I had to write down the stories and events that kept happening in my head. A virus known as the Enillo Virus swept the Earth and killed millions. I know I mentioned Tommy and Duncan at Disney, so I'll have to put that one here. A new form of the Enillo Virus, unlike any seen before, threatens to unravel the fragile new country.
A new form of the Enillo Virus, unlike any seen before, threatens to unravel the fragile new country. How do you stop the dead from rising again, ripping apart everything you've tried to rebuild? As these things go, they began to take a life of their own and so began the saga of White Flag of the Dead. Millions more were lost when the victims of the plague refused to stay dead, instead rising to slaughter and feed on those left alive. Just finished the series that I read one after another, last book only four star not five but it left me want book 6!!! I found myself rooting for the main character like never before. As they move across the landscape, the team will be forced to decide one way or the other.
This one has John, his son Jake, Ellie, an Ellie who does go to work that day, an Ellie who contracts the disease, an Ellie who gives John a good-bye call, the walking dead, the Govt. For each survivor of the Upheaval, every day brings the same grim reality: The dead are coming. So I will be posting about firearms and ammunition, Charlie will post about weapons other than guns , Duncan will get to do edged weapons, and Tommy asked to do survival living, for some strange reason. I love this series of books and look forward to the sixth one to come out. All that said, it was a solid book. For each survivor of the Upheaval, every day brings the same grim reality: The dead are coming.
Or do they find the will to fight, to try and hang on to the last shreds of humanity? John Talon and his family are hoping to finally settle down and start their lives over again. So, the 'White Flag of the Dead' series was a series I stumbled upon when I first got my Kindle years and years ago. This series has been part of me for four years, and this crew has been as close to me as my own family. Instead of a rest the virus evolves again and produces a new strain of zombies, quicker and possibly more dangerous than the previous batch. I could not disagree more. Are they the last ones left? Well, written and enjoyable series. John Talon and his crew race across the state, trying to stop the wave of zombie children from destroying the fragile communities struggling to rebuild after the Upheaval.
The baby needs feeding and its Johns turn. After the events of the last novel, I had high hopes that for this one we would start to see America rebuild itself and the efforts of John as President to get rid of the zombies. We find our heroes settled into a comfortable routine, six years or so after the events of the last book, and civilization is slowly on the rebound after So, the 'White Flag of the Dead' series was a series I stumbled upon when I first got my Kindle years and years ago. Or do they find the will to fight, to try and hang on to the last shreds of humanity? Fans found that they were along for the ride with the other survivors and you actually care about what happens to the characters that you are reading about. She works part time and usually gets the shifts no one else wants. Fans enjoyed reading about John, finding him to be a quality hero, someone who is only trying to keep his son safe in the novel. Meanwhile a crazy pervert pretending he was a military major is abusing and raping his way across the country.
But in the grasslands of Iowa, a new danger has emerged. How do you prepare for an enemy that doesn't know pain, fear, or mercy? On the other side is Major Thorton, bent on the destruction of the soul of the nation. Everyone must choose a side. In fact, other than John and his crew, no one stays around, which might say something about John's attitude to people, who he seems to like only slightly better than zombies. As with the other books the typos, grammatical errors, and mistakes are horrible. Does anyone know when Book 6 comes out? Oh well, onto the next book. John and co just go from incident to incident, never really making much progress to advance the overarching plot.
He fed the baby, changed diapers and watched the world end. Millions more were lost when the victims of the plague refused to stay dead, instead rising to slaughter and feed on those left alive. And all the while, a massive horde of zombies is moving its way across the plains, on a collision course with the survivors that will end only when one of them falls down for good. But in the grasslands of Iowa, a new danger has emerged. Does humanity die with them? Everyone must choose a side.
Joseph Talluto's interaction with the characters and story make you feel so involved. I have read a number of zombie books, but the White Flag of the Dead series was the only one that held my interest. I gave this a four, but it could've been a three. Characters, other than the leads, come and go, but you won't care about them, as none stick around too long. However, instead we get a 5-year jump and John, now an ex-president, has been called in to help with a new crisis.
I felt that this was the weakest of the three stories. Then they sit around planning what to do until another crisis turns up and they can go off again. In the fifth book of the series time has moved on seven years but, to be honest, very little else has. All told, I did like the book it's a short, quick read , but I don't know if I am going to continue the series. While still an enjoyable read, Dead Surge is easily the weakest of this series so far. Two groups must enter this nightmare.