The Apocalypse: Undead Winter

The Apocalypse Undead Winter T M Williams changes the cycle of the zombie evolution from extermination to adaptation in this new generation of the Undead These zombies are conniving smart quick and acting on raw primal urges

  • Title: The Apocalypse: Undead Winter
  • Author: T.M.Williams
  • ISBN: 9781936037650
  • Page: 477
  • Format: ebook
  • T.M Williams changes the cycle of the zombie evolution from extermination to adaptation in this new generation of the Undead These zombies are conniving, smart, quick, and acting on raw primal urges, robbing the world of humanity They process an unnatural intelligence and completely lack a moral compass.View the apocalypse from the eyes of the innocent to those newly inT.M Williams changes the cycle of the zombie evolution from extermination to adaptation in this new generation of the Undead These zombies are conniving, smart, quick, and acting on raw primal urges, robbing the world of humanity They process an unnatural intelligence and completely lack a moral compass.View the apocalypse from the eyes of the innocent to those newly infected from individuals, such as the President of the United States to a mother protecting her child at all costs, making decisions no parent could expect.The Apocalypse takes the reader on a psychological and emotional thrill ride with an ending sure to leave you thinking long after the last page has been turned.

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    1. The Apocalypse - Undead Winter is an amazing journey through the chaotic accounts of a Zombie style Apocalypse. T.M. Williams does a wonderful job capturing each character's emotions; be it fear, helplessness, or even raw joy. Through the various accounts of despair, tragic beauty, and blind hope, the reader will have a hard time putting this book down. The Apocalypse - Undead Winter is a refreshing and unique account of mankind's struggle with an uncertain future.

    2. This is not your typical "Zombie" story,this gave me nightmares on how this version of the un-dead could really happen.Thank you T.M Williams for making me finally fear the Un-dead.

    3. Perhaps you have read many zombie stories. If you have, you likely also have a certain expectation of how the zombies are going to behave. You know, just a bunch of shambling, decaying reanimated bodies bent on eating brains (or simply live human flesh) to sustain their mindless undead existence. They can generally be killed via head shots or decapitation. If you get bit, then you will turn into one unless you get your brains blown out prior to the change. Some stories do have some interaction b [...]

    4. I received this book in a giveaway and was a bit apprehensive about another zombie story, but hey I signed up for it. Boy was i thrown for a curve when I discovered the immensity of this life-like zombie apocalypse. In the beginning everything seemed normal for the world, just an outbreak of some new virus. No big deal. But then when it was realized as an airborne contagion, chaos ensued as the masses became infected. The first group was ravenous and bloodthirsty, primal. But slowly as time pass [...]

    5. I bought this book on whim, on a recommendation from a friend. After all, she knows how much that I love zombies. I put them off for a few months—too much to do. But I finally cracked it open and barely got a few pages in before I felt a massive headache starting. This book is now kindling for my next barbeque. I’ve read better fanfiction written by 14 year old, hormonal teenagers. This honestly makes Stephanie Meyer’s poor grasp of grammar seem better by comparison!If you want my advice, [...]

    6. Not the typical zombie story at all! I love that the characters that are infected in this book are not brain dead bodies in search of nothing but human flesh. There is an actual story that is enticing and exciting to read. The characters are very interesting, and it's great that each chapter focuses on a different person. Everyone in the book are somehow connected, so there are no loose ends to tie up. The epilogue was also a great way to get more in site on how the infection started and spread. [...]

    7. I have been looking forward to this book for quite some time. Definitely worth the wait. There is a zombie apocalypse. The world has basically ended. Where do we go from here? Undead Winter The Apocalypse brings you into a world of despair, where if you aren't infected yet, it's only a matter of time. A world of hope, to a point. Is there an antidote? The characters are intriguing, the settings are interesting. I enjoyed reading this book and can't wait for more insanity from T.M. Williams.

    8. I loved getting to read this story, delving into each of the characters lives it draws you in NOT your typical zombie story worth reading all the way to the end. This is an author to look out fore cares enough about her readers to get them involved in her books Thank you T.M. Williams.

    9. To be honest, the three-page plot summary at the end tells you everything you want to know faster and more coherently than the rest. There's a reason it's called 'chronoLOGICAL'. Not that there is a lot of plot to begin with. This book has got rape, incest, necrophilia and some weird anti-vaxx propaganda - and no-one knows why. Neither of these things add anything to the story besides "Oh, so the zombies are evil. Got it." Maybe it would shock me more if I knew the characters better. But I don't [...]

    10. I received this book through First Reads and I have to be honest, I didn't love it but I didn't hate it either. The Good: Ms. Williams writes well in her prose and descriptions and her take on the apocalyptic zombies brought as sense of horrifying realism. While there were some graphic scenes, they served a purpose in the story and not just there for the sake of being there which is always a plus. I imagine that fans of World War Z will like this one too. The Bad: Truthfully, if I hadn't felt o [...]

    11. First off, thanks to the lovely folks at and the author for providing me with my first reads copy!I am going strictly by the actual rating system here. It wasokay. I know I'm in the minority with not being completely enamoured with this book, and I'd probably give it more like 2 and a half stars. I wanted to like it. I really, really did. I absolutely adore the premise, but the executionjust kind of didn't do it for me. The exposition was vague at best until the timeline at the very end (which [...]

    12. This was another great read! Dark, addicting, and a "could this be real life?" factor. This isn't your average "zombie" book, not at all! These aren't the zombies that you see on TV and in the horror movies; no, these are the Undeadg difference. T.M. Williams wrote this in a way that kept you paying attention. Every now and then I would have to look back to remind myself what had happened previously, and I loved that -- I don't want to just read a book "numbly" to get it over with. This STILL ha [...]

    13. I usually find zombie books entertaining vs. creepy or suspenseful. This was so creepy!!! This book has your typical mindless, brain-eating, zombie. That's not what's creepy. What's creepy are the totally with-it zombies who know exactly what they're doing when they bite into your soldier, eat your flesh, and drink your blood. They're sadistic, animalistic and they want you. They want to cause you pain and revel in it. Told from the point of view of the many different characters involved in this [...]

    14. I don't normally like zombie books but I can honestly say this is a very good book. it is one of those books that is hard to put down. it has a lot of twists and turns that will keep you engrossed in the storyline.

    15. Very interesting read. The chapters were aligned in first person reports, would like it more if the chapters were aligned in the way the reports was happening like from when the apocalypse started to the end.

    16. After reading the first novella (Undead Winter), I was excited to see that Williams had extended the story into a longer book. I enjoyed her “take” on a zombie apocalypse (being different from other zombie writers) and it definitely started me thinking about the zombie genre and how an author can truly make the story their own without many constraints. One thing I had trouble with was the number of characters – each short chapter follows a specific character, and many chapters come back to [...]

    17. I saw this in Barnes and Noble and it simply begged me to read it. This was a refreshing take on the zombie genre, with a distinct combination of World War Z (the book), and The Crazies. It is fantastic from start to finish and I could not put it down. This is a welcome addition to the zombie genre and I hope it may inspire others like it in the future.

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