Desolation (Degeneration #2)

Desolation (Degeneration #2) A Year Has Passed Since The Biological Agent Dubbed PT Ravaged The United States Of America The Tide Of Undeath Caused By The Outbreak Has Receded, And What Remains Of Society Has Splintered Between Those Living In FEMA Camps And Those Risking Life In A World Without Walls Jerri Is One Young Woman Living In Such A Camp, Aged Beyond Her Years By What She Witnessed During The Viral Apocalypse And What Life In The Camps Has Become Here In This Desolate New World, Both Her Ethics And Her Will To Survive Will Be Tested By The Living, The Dead, The Camp And Beyond

Mark D Campbell was born and raised in a small subdivision outside Houston, Texas In 2003 he studied creative writing at the University of Houston before finally entering a career path in the federal criminal justice system in late 2005 Mr Campbell has always had a certain affinity for the horror genre and draws inspiration from the likes of Robert McCammon, Richard Matheson, and Stephen King.

➷ [Reading] ➹ Desolation (Degeneration #2)  By Mark D.  Campbell ➬ –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 308 pages
  • Desolation (Degeneration #2)
  • Mark D. Campbell
  • English
  • 12 September 2017

10 thoughts on “Desolation (Degeneration #2)

  1. says:

    First things first, I got a free copy of this book from the author via Goodreads, in exchange for a fair and honest review I do not know the author personally I was free to give this book any rating review that I felt appropriate I give this story 4.5 stars deducting only for the typos, but since that isn t an option I will round up to five stars, because I honestly enjoyed this story.Right from the start the character of Jerri, a young woman living in a post apocalyptic world, caught my interest She was smart, independent and brassy About 1 3 of the way into the story, the character of Jerri took a twist, which had me concerned about the remainder of the story Yet this twist ended up helping the story characters grow.The events of this story move along rapidly, keeping this reader s attention locked in.The Post Apocalyptic Zombies setting of this world was richly described It was easy for me to mentally slip inside the scenes of this story.Adding to both the details of the setting and clues to the outbreak origin, in my copy of the e book there were several FEMA Propaganda photos included These Posters brought my mind back to the WW2 Propaganda posters, as well as giving some interesting history to the original outbreak.Though this story is about Jerri and the survivors of the zombies apocalypse, it is also a cynical view of depending on any government or government agencies for help in extreme situations.I am adding this strong caution There are some gory and dark twists in this story I do not recommend this book to young readers.Other than that, I feel that this story is sure to please a large range of readers such as Post Apocalyptic, Dystopian, Action Suspense, and Zombie Horror readers

  2. says:

    A well written story about the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse Unfortunately, I never really got involved in the story I think because I never really cared about the main character s I also didn t find the ending satisfying at all It just didn t seem plausible within the context of the story.I found myself putting down the book numerous times and not being anxious to pick it up again With something I rate a 4 or 5, I expect to find myself reading the book until 3 or 4 am into the morning, because I can t put it down.

  3. says:

    Good plot idea, but I couldn t get past the thoroughly unlikeable main character the HORRIBLE editing I only finished it out of spite, as the editing actually got WORSE at the end example excoriating instead of excruciating THREE TIMES toward the end of the book Save your time sanity skip this one, there s bound to be a better zombie book out there, certainly a better edited one.

  4. says:

    darker better than the first one IMO

  5. says:

    After the disappointment of its predecessor, Degeneration, Desolation proved to be a pleasant improvement The writing style is defined and while editing issues remain, they are at least fewer in number The plot itself I found to be engaging, drawing me in and at times making my flesh crawl in a genre appropriate way By no means my favourite book of what I have termed Zombocalypse Fiction but ultimately an enjoyable read.

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