Review: The Scattered and the Dead (Book 0.5) by L.T. Vargus and Tim McBain

Kait's Bookshelf

Scattered and the DeadLet me start by saying that the post-apocalyptic/ zombie apocalypse genre has never really appealed to me. However, this book is written in such a unique format that it drew me in right away.

This story is told in the first person in the form of a letter that the protagonist, Decker, is writing to his neighbor, a woman he has never met and starts to doubt that he will ever meet. He has barely left his apartment in two years, and this agoraphobia adds an interesting layer to this already intriguing setting. So what happens when a man who has barely left his apartment in years finally leaves, only to witness first-hand the end of the world as he/ we know it? Well, you’ll just have to keep reading like I did, and believe me, it won’t be hard to do! This is a short book which I read…

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