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by Iain McKinnon

eBook Domain of the Dead ePub
Author: Iain McKinnon
Language: English
ISBN: 184426498X
ISBN13: 978-1844264988
Publisher: Upfront Publishing (May 13, 2008)
Pages: 252
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Comics
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 552
Formats: txt docx mobi lrf
ePub file: 1383 kb
Fb2 file: 1940 kb

Domain of the Dead Title Page Introduction Chapter 1: All the Townsfolk Chapter 2: The Queen of Heaven .

Domain of the Dead Title Page Introduction Chapter 1: All the Townsfolk Chapter 2: The Queen of Heaven Chapter 3: Gathering Storm Chapter 4: Lysed Chapter 5: Lull. That’s the situation Iain McKinnon presents us with at the beginning of Domain of the Dead-a small group of individuals who, somehow, have managed to survive against all the odds when just about everyone else has fallen and died and risen again. The (living) population of the planet has been slashed from billions of people down to just millions. When asked how they’ve been able to stay alive, the only sensible answer these survivors can come up with is, we got lucky.

Books in Domain of the Dead (3 Book Series). Here's a hint: You can't improve on the original, so don't try. & Domain of the Dead,' by Iain McKinnon and David Moody doesn't really present a new story

Books in Domain of the Dead (3 Book Series). Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. Domain of the Dead. & Domain of the Dead,' by Iain McKinnon and David Moody doesn't really present a new story. It's about a group of people that manage to survive the zombie apocalypse but they're now running out of food and they have absolutely no place to go. When one of the characters, Sarah, is debating killing herself to give the others more food to live on, thus extending their lives, she catches sight of a helicopter.

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Domain of the Dead,' by Iain McKinnon and David Moody doesn't really present a new story. That's the basic premise of & of the Dead,' which is the first book in a series. What I like about the story is the political angle.

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Domain of the Dead book. Domain of the Dead (ISBN 9781934861271) by, Iain McKinnon, is fast paced action novel, in a post appocalyptical world where Zombies have taken over

Domain of the Dead book. The world is dead, devoured by a plague of reanimated corpses  . Domain of the Dead (ISBN 9781934861271) by, Iain McKinnon, is fast paced action novel, in a post appocalyptical world where Zombies have taken over. This was demonstrated in the plot, and mainly in how the characters’ stories were developed in parallel–telling each part of the gruesome tale. What took away from the novel, were the countless typos sprinkled through the novel.

The world is dead, devoured by a plague of reanimated corpses. Barricaded inside a warehouse with dwindling food, a group of survivors faces two possible deaths: creeping starvation, or the undead outside. In their darkest hour hope appears in the form of a helicopter approaching the cit. ut is it the salvation the survivors have been waiting for? Thriller & Crime. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Iain Mckinnon, David Moody, Travis Adkins. The orange glow reflecting off the window could easily have been mistaken for the lights of a distant ship. The orange glow reflecting off the window could easily have been mistaken for the lights of a distant ship nking down as the tension was blown away in a puff of tobacco. There were three places a sailor could smoke on board: your own cabin, on the poop deck, and the officers’ mess. Etiquette from an older generation had prevented Captain Warden smoking in the mess in the company of his guests. He appreciated that it could put others off their food, but now. but is it the salvation the survivors have been waiting for? Read online. but is it the salvation the survivors have been waiting for?

The world is dead, devoured by a plague of rasping corpses. In a decaying city a band of survivors are barricaded inside a warehouse surrounded by a sea of shambling putrefaction. But now the food is almost gone and the occupants are faced with the slow death of starvation or the undead outside. As Sarah stands on the edge of the warehouse roof preparing to step off into oblivion she spots a glimmer of hope. In the distance she spies a helicopter approaching the city. Is this the salvation they had long since given up on?
Moronydit
Why does this novel deserve five stars? Characters, conflict, research, plot development and intensity. McKinnon masters them all. Let me begin with research since it affects the other aspects. An author who doesn't do adequate research about the environment, conflict, resources, and other important elements of a novel writes a weak novel. McKinnon must spend an extensive amount of time researching virtually all corners of this novel because all the elements of the novel come together seamlessly. His characters are so well developed, we as readers care about them in their struggles to survive. We emotionally fight with them, feel their fear, and share their despair. One of the reasons they're so well developed is because we're not told about the decisions they make in conflict -- we get to follow them as they reason issues out and see them make decisions, for good or bad. All this leads to plot development that's exciting, spell-binding, and a fantastic read, one that just won't allow you to put the book down until you turn the last page, while searching for the next book so you can turn the first page of that one. The intensity runs the gambit. Just when you think you know what's going to happen, McKinnon suddenly takes a turn onto a road you never even knew existed. You realize the shift is perfect and as soon as you start thinking about where it might go -- bam -- McKinnon runs in another direction yet again. You'll love this book and the others in the collection. Hold your breath and steal yourself. Then enter McKinnon's Domain.
Kirizius
I've been on something of a kick lately when it comes to zombie fiction.
As a result, Amazon keeps suggesting more zombie fiction for me to buy.
Since I'm a glutton for punishment, more often than not I oblige.
I'm not going to lie, there is a lot of zombie fiction out there that is just plain bad. It's like some authors watched two episodes of `The Walking Dead' and thought they could do that themselves and then proceeded to write something almost exactly like `The Walking Dead.'
Here's a hint: You can't improve on the original, so don't try.
`Domain of the Dead,' by Iain McKinnon and David Moody doesn't really present a new story. It's about a group of people that manage to survive the zombie apocalypse but they're now running out of food and they have absolutely no place to go.
When one of the characters, Sarah, is debating killing herself to give the others more food to live on, thus extending their lives, she catches sight of a helicopter.
The helicopter team consists of a military group. It's important to note, this is not our military. In the time since the zombies took over, anyone that isn't a zombie essentially joined together to form a new government.
The helicopter's base is in the nearby ocean, and three of the survivors manage to make it on the helicopter. When they're reintroduced into civilization, they realize some things have changed.
The helicopter team was not out looking for survivors, they were looking for zombies for the doctors on board to experiment on.
That's the basic premise of `Domain of the Dead,' which is the first book in a series.
There's really nothing new in `Domain of the Dead.' What I like about the story is the political angle. While the story doesn't tell anything new, it does examine the new world with a critical eye that is sometimes lacking in other zombie books.
`Domain of the Dead' isn't perfect. There are a few typos. Still, the story is strong and moves at a rapid pace and the reader is left wanting more when the book ends.
Hra
Not a bad book. Has plenty of movement to keep the reader engaged. I'm reasonably pleased with the purchase even though it was a free download sometime ago. I say reasonably pleased because apparently the author had an affinity for the word 'lent' and 'burnt' and other spellings like that. I'm no writer myself but I am an avid reader having read well over 100,000 pages total and close to 10,000 pages of that was zombie books. That being said I have never in all those pages seen the word 'lent' used so prolifically. While I know that spelling of that word is correct, It pulled me out of the story every time I saw it. I am willing to assume that it's possible it's just my preference however. Over all it wasn't a bad read and I would recommend it to any zombie book fan especially if it's a free download. Enjoy!
Xtani
Overall, I have to say I enjoyed this story. Having an outbreak occur on a ship out at sea was interesting because it limited the survivors options as to what they can do and kept them from holding up and hiding somewhere.

I would have given this story 4 or even 5 stars except for the fact that there are some very noticable editing errors in it and that it drops you off where you need to read the second book, which is a lot more highly priced than this one, to finish the story. I felt the fact that there wasn't any warning about the fact there was another book and charging so much more for it was pretty shady. If it weren't for this, I would have read the second book without a second thought, but I don't like how they are kind of trying to sneak it in on me at a higher price so I won't be reading it. My suggestion would be to let the reader know there is more than one book to the story, like my own novels The Dead of Space Book One: Brave New World and The Dead of Space Book Two: Journey's End. That is fair to the reader, who may not want to have to buy two books to finish one story.
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