Rabid (2020)

Rabid Taylor and Carl Mitchell are brothers who have taken wildly divergent paths in life But when a mysterious virus transforms most of the Earth s population into bloodthirsty lunatics they must learn to
  • Title: Rabid
  • Author: J.W. Bouchard
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 429
  • Format: ebook
  • Rabid
    Taylor and Carl Mitchell are brothers who have taken wildly divergent paths in life But when a mysterious virus transforms most of the Earth s population into bloodthirsty lunatics, they must learn to trust each other and work together in a dangerous new world where the slightest misstep could lead to the ultimate consequence The brothers must face their innermost fearsTaylor and Carl Mitchell are brothers who have taken wildly divergent paths in life But when a mysterious virus transforms most of the Earth s population into bloodthirsty lunatics, they must learn to trust each other and work together in a dangerous new world where the slightest misstep could lead to the ultimate consequence The brothers must face their innermost fears and confront loss as they try to survive the long journey home But will anyone be there waiting for them Sometimes there isn t a happy ending.

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    1. 2 StartsWhat plays out as a somewhat decent and typical post apocalyptic zombie thriller loses its steam at the end This is a fast alright take on the end of the world that is lessened by its weak and forced ending If not for that, I would have rated a bit higher Just ok.

    2. Rabid is a fast moving novella with the feel of 28 Days Later In my opinion this is J W s best work to date.

    3. Bouchard is sort of a hit and miss Z Club was tons of fun, All The Dark Placest so much This novella is somewhere in between It s an apocalyptic scenario with a very small cast, two brothers and a girl they come across It s decent enough, the ending is quite frustrating, although fairly appropriate The story had an episodic vibe to it, with no real explanations That, combined with the ending, made for a not particularly satisfying experience, although entertaining enough Nothing great or excepti [...]

    4. After reading Cormac McCarthys all the pretty horses I wanted to read something easy And Rabid filled the slot nicely It was short to the point and gave my brain a chance to recharge The story itself was well as you d expect A bunch of crazy s chasing the main characters The conversation at point was a little unbelievable If I was being chased by a hundred or so crazy people who wanted to rip me apart I wouldn t be having a laugh and a joke It also ended very quickly, I wont spoil it but I thimk [...]

    5. This novel was fast paced and easy to read Not your conventional zombie novel, yet it was enjoyable and a quick read The characters were likeable and relateable, whitty and smart, which was important due to the shortness of the novel.Although it was short, it was also blunt and a little predicatable, the ending was easily predicted from less than halfway through the novel, eliminating the suspense element, rendering it just an interesting story, with no real story line or plot.All in all, a nice [...]

    6. Goes for the jugular and takes a bite Gripping stomp through the land of the infected When survival is the only goal you don t have time to wait for pizza delivery What does that mean I was hungry while reading the story but I skipped eating because my appetite to finish the story was important Fortunately it was a great fast read If it had been a novel length I might have starved before I stopped reading.

    7. This book jumps right into the zombie apocalypse with no explanation of how it got started, how the brothers were together fighting, and left many other questions unanswered It s not a bad story, but it s not a great one either I would have liked to read a lot of it and with a little detail.

    8. It started off well but tailed off towards the, disappointing end It is a very short read and very American

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