The Last – Last Mayor 1

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The Last is Book 1 in the Last Mayor apocalypse thriller series. 7 billion dead. 1 man alive. When the apocalypse hits America, not a soul is left alive. Except Amo. He’s a comic book artist. He’s a video game world builder. He’s just a regular guy living in New York city, with only his wits, creativity and basic decency to guide him. He’s alone against 7 billion of the dead. Will he survive? A blistering take on the end of the world and one man’s ingenious struggle to survive, with a twist that’ll rip off your head and eat your brains. Available in e-book, print, and audio: – Amazon US – Amazon UK – Amazon CA – Audible (audio) …

Why Walking Dead season 5 whiffed, languished, echoed and finally rocked.

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I love Walking Dead. I didn’t at first, I’ll admit that- for a few years in the middle I was staring in disbelief at people as they said it was the best show on TV. “What?” I’d declaim. “That bunch of pansies?” It seemed to me that Rick and crew were weak. They failed repeatedly. They were not survivors. But things changed. I gave it another go at season 3, and I liked what I saw. I’ve liked it ever since, and I liked season 5 plenty too, despite a series of whiffs, languishments, and echoes that it took to get to the badassery. I’m going to explain all the problems I felt there were in season 5 shortly, particularly …

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