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With Spring Comes the Fall

With Spring Comes the Fall This book is also part of Living With the Dead Year One If you already own Year One it is not necessary to purchase this volume Living With the Dead is an ongoing survival horror story set in the zomb

  • Title: With Spring Comes the Fall
  • Author: Joshua Guess
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book is also part of Living With the Dead Year One If you already own Year One it is not necessary to purchase this volume Living With the Dead is an ongoing survival horror story set in the zombie apocalypse Its original format was and is a serialized daily blog When the world falls apart and the true nature of mankind is revealed, a small group of survivor This book is also part of Living With the Dead Year One If you already own Year One it is not necessary to purchase this volume Living With the Dead is an ongoing survival horror story set in the zombie apocalypse Its original format was and is a serialized daily blog When the world falls apart and the true nature of mankind is revealed, a small group of survivors in Kentucky make a go of holding their ground and building again Through hordes of undead and bands of ruthless marauders, they come together with a common purpose Over the days and months, they begin to learn that when the world is filled with the dead, the only choice is to learn how to truly live.

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    1. Amy on said:

      I didn't review the book the first time I read it, because I read it for my online radio show, Journal Jabber, and I didn't want to give my own opinion on the book in a review until later. I didn't want to influence anyone with my own written opinion. We were doing a show on zombie books, and this one caught my attention. Not sure why The cover wasn't gory, the zombies weren't all beat to hell and nasty looking, and it wasn't an overly clever title. But maybe that's WHY it caught my attention. T [...]

    2. Felicia A on said:

      3.5 actually.This book is pretty well written, and needs only minor editing, which is great given the state of a lot self-pubbed stuff. It's in blog format which, similar to the journal thing, has been done to death. The author is, however, able to tell the story surprisingly well given that there are barely any other "voices" in this story. Not directly, anyway. But it takes away from the story that he publishes the blog in his own real name. He never explains why the zombies show up, fine. He [...]

    3. Emotonal Reads on said:

      I was really looking forward to the series especially since his wife is a woman of color but when she starts worrying about him not having an heir, when things are going to hell and offers him up to his ex-girlfriend and tells him to enjoy it blew my mind. He describes his wife a woman who doesn't think about love and sex the way he does, gave me pause. Is it suppose to be because she is black? A woman can do whatever she wants to him, including kissing him passionately in front of her and she i [...]

    4. Saturnfx on said:

      2 stars, because 1 seemed inappropriate. On the plus side, there are some good survival ideas in here.Now for the negatives. It is a book without much of a story. mostly just nuts and bolts of a prepper whom maxes out his credit card the second a rumor of something bad going on, then starts hardening the whole neighborhood in some sort of secessionist daydream. I was unable to finish the book due to such a weak storylinefelt like I was reading more of a DIY book for half of it. I think the autho [...]

    5. Lucas Darathy on said:

      AMAZING!!! I loved this book. It's one of the best zombie books I've read. The characters feel real. Josh, the main character (and the writer), is a great narrator. I completely recommend this book to any zombie fans out there. The format may turn some people off, since it's literally a blog, but I loved it. Stick with it. The beginning has lots of lists and how-to posts. It's boring, but it makes sense, and the story flows amazingly well afterwards. NEXT BOOK NOW!

    6. Michelle on said:

      Loved. Loved. Loved. I loved hearing about day to day activites after the end of the world. I love that I will be able to continue to follow these people for a long time to come. (Please Josh!)Not your typical zombie/end of the world story. This book written in journal format chronicles the day to day life of survivors of a zombie infestation. Published into a book, this is a daily blog taht I am currently devouring. Looking forward to more books.

    7. Cassie McCown on said:

      Living with the Dead: With Spring Comes the Fall Written by: Joshua GuessPublished October 29, 2010AISN: B004A14V7S Available Format: ebook, blogMy Rating: ★★★★☆,i>Living with the Dead is basically a collection of fictional blog posts that chronicle the day-to-day life of a group of Kentucky zombie apocalypse survivors as they band together and work to create a new, safe environment for themselves. After the zombie bacteria takes over the world and Josh comes to terms with reality, [...]

    8. Annetta Ribken on said:

      Having just started this book, normally I would hesitate to rate it or say anything about it. However, I am HOOKED. I had my doubts, but it came highly recommended by a good friend, and I figured I'd give it a shot. Boy, am I glad I did. Since the new season of "Walking Dead" won't be out for months yet, I was feeling a zombie apocalypse hole in my life. No more! This, so far, is more than an accounting of the apocalypse we all know is coming someday -- there are actually helpful and excellent t [...]

    9. Jett Cat on said:

      Loved it, burned through seriesStumbled accross this blog style story of zombie survival and was hooked! This account has it all! Zombies, survival, fights, questioning of morality. I suppose what makes this series stand out is 1) the zombies evolve (so not for hard core zombie traditionalists) 2) the descriptions of the adaptations the survivors have to make to be safe and to eat 3)the personalized feel of all posters (self doubt, disagreements with eachother over structure of the compound, dea [...]

    10. Rinny Rainwind on said:

      Joshua Guess is one of my favorite authors. So it was no big guess as to whether I would like his Living With The Dead Series. This is book 1 and it covers the first six months after the Fall/ Zombie Apocalypse. The survivors have been through hell at this point. Trying to build a safe compound as well as prosper. They have faced many adversaries . Not only Zombies, marauders and religious zealots. Also fights within about new government and by laws. They have also made new friends with other gr [...]

    11. Lori Whitwam on said:

      Re-entering I entered the wrong version before. LOVE this book. Guess takes the journal-style zombie apocalypse tale seen in Day By Day Armageddon and takes it into a whole new realm of awesomeness. Engaging, gripping, terrifying, hopeful and full of practical situations, preparations, plans, and challenges we'd all face should such a society-collapsing apocalypse ever come to pass. (Note to self: Get solar charger for the Kindle!)

    12. Jo Cochrane on said:

      Read it!!! If you're into end of world apocalyptic books then this is a must! It's written as a blog by Joshua who as a nerd not only sees the end of the world coming but is prepared as only a zombie fan can be! He comes across as the unexpected hero saving as many friends and family as he can and trying to do the same for the rest of human kind! This is a must read that I couldn't put down, in fact I've spent the last month or so reading my way through the entire series!

    13. Teekysunflower on said:

      I can't seem to shake the wife trying to get her "hero" husband to sleep with his ex. I should point out that this happens at the very beginning so there isn't even time allowed for sociological changes. It's just BAM zombies! Then BAM screw other women so we can repopulate the world. It's so unrealistic and so obviously the author's fantasy that it's obnoxious to me. I'm having a difficult time enjoying the story now.

    14. Sarah on said:

      I wanted to like this book but I just couldn't. The main character is so smarmy and self-righteous that I found myself hoping he would get eaten. No such luck. With that being said I have started the next book in the series with the hope that it will get better. Thus far I am not holding my breath

    15. Abbie on said:

      This wasn't awful, but it did struggle to keep me interested at points. Not sure if I want to bother with the rest of the series.

    16. Robert Brown on said:

      More please!Awesome writer. I like how he wrote himself as the main character. Intense and motivational. I am going to read the full series

    17. Maggie Crowley on said:

      Unusual format lends itself well to the narrative. great choice.

    18. LA on said:

      I downloaded this for free. Thank goodness. There were capitalization and spelling errors in the first few pages, so I couldn't continue. Editors are a good thing.

    19. Cambria on said:

      Title: Living with the Dead: With Spring Comes FallAuthor: Joshua GuessPublished by Josh Guess 2010Format: EbookGenre: Horror, ZombiesISBN: 0012707570When the dead walk the earth, the only option left for the survivors is to learn how to truly live.Josh is a regular guy, a self-proclaimed “nerd”, and he also is obsessed with zombies. So when a series of alarming events begin to happen across the country, Josh knows immediately what is happening. Zombies are taking over the country…one bite [...]

    20. Sonja McClung on said:

      If you love zombies, this series is for you. But, its not just about the zombies. Think Walking Dead, you become very attached to the characters in this series and I am pretty sure I read straight through the night on several occasions because I just could not put them down. I am posting the same review for this entire series because I am not going to give any spoilers and I feel this way about the entire series. A must read for anyone who loves the zombie genre, and enjoys a really well written [...]

    21. Chrystal Roe on said:

      Great startThis has been a pretty exciting beginning to the apocalypse. So many cool people to meet and a lot of action. I am eager to jump into the next book in the series.

    22. Chad Beaudin on said:

      This is not a review. This is a synopsis to remind me what happened if I read the next books in the series.This is a series of journal entries made by Josh Guess from Frankfort KY. His wife Jess. The Z outbreak stars in Cincinnati. Josh prepares by buying supplies and fortifying his house. Z's reach him a few days later. His buddy Pattrick from AK moves in with him. Josh's mom lives down the street. His buddy David calls to tell Josh that he and his family is coming to live with Josh.All the hou [...]

    23. Mkittysamom on said:

      Better Blog Apocalypse than I expected So on a whim, I started another new zombie series! This one is kinda like Adrian's Diary but different. I love the idea of using blog postwith real clickable links! The story so far is pretty entertaining! Wondering if the newcomer is really nice or a liar but I'm excited for some more epic adventures!!

    24. Steve on said:

      Unrealistic, too much chest beating and at time just set my teeth on edge.The concept is of the writer blogging the first year of a zombie apocolypse, there are many plot situations which just don't hold water and big chunks of the book which betray the writer's lack of life experience and judgementalism. We are led to believe that disorganised, poorly trained civilians can slaughter well-armed and well trained military units; we are also led to believe that everyone fits into a nicely monochrom [...]

    25. Katherine on said:

      My favourite part about this book is the main characters prospective and obtaining items to survive, anything from food to planks of wood and metal to reinforce their home. And zombie activity, yes! I like how simple and state forward in its writing and I like the blog style from a guy named Josh. The book focuses on a community of survivors and how they work together, and their struggles. The endeavors in this book is between the zombies takeover and the survival group stressing at each other, [...]

    26. Hunter on said:

      This book offers a really different look at what happens when there's a zombie attack. The main character is just an average guy who, because of the unusual circumstances, finds that he has become the leader of a group of survivors. At first its just him and his family, but other survivors come along and the community grows. The book is written as a blog, so the reader is exposed to many different aspects of life with zombies. Really basic issues about survival are discussed, such a food and cle [...]

    27. Drew on said:

      I picked up this book and all the books in the series when they were on sale. I really like zombie novels and had high hopes for the series. The premise is that his is a set of blog posts that are reprinted as a book so that people who are living long after the zombie apocalypse could see what life was like during it. On that premise it delivers, the problem is that because of the blog aspect it’s story telling after the fact so you miss most of the action, dialog, etc and because if it doesn [...]

    28. chucklesthescot on said:

      When the world falls apart and the true nature of mankind is revealed, a small group of survivors in Kentucky make a go of holding their ground and building again. Through hordes of undead and bands of ruthless marauders, they come together with a common purpose.I didn't enjoy the blog post format of this book as it was all tell and no show. We are told about every event in a clinical and detached manner after it has happened. We don't get to know the characters as we aren't with them during the [...]

    29. lynn olson on said:

      Here goesI like this author and have enjoyed many of his booksThis one being in the first person and written as a blog was really a challenge for me as I am so not a computer geekThat being said I did enjoy the story. Jon has wanted move to KY for the lastuple of years So just glad it was me and not him that read this. Thanks for allowing your books to be on Kindle Unlimited it's over much appreciatedFor all those who enjoy apocalyptic stories you really need to read JoshVery informative and ver [...]

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