Zombie Patrol

Zombie Patrol Los Angeles County park ranger Jack Carter is about to discover that not all is as it seems in his tranquil life Once responsible for patrolling the many public parks in particular the popular Grif

  • Title: Zombie Patrol
  • Author: J.R. Rain Elizabeth Basque
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Zombie Patrol

    Los Angeles County park ranger, Jack Carter, is about to discover that not all is as it seems in his tranquil life Once responsible for patrolling the many public parks, in particular the popular Griffith Park with its famous observatory and zoo, Jack is about to discover that a whole new kind of animal roams his woods.The undead kind.It begins when his brother, on leaveLos Angeles County park ranger, Jack Carter, is about to discover that not all is as it seems in his tranquil life Once responsible for patrolling the many public parks, in particular the popular Griffith Park with its famous observatory and zoo, Jack is about to discover that a whole new kind of animal roams his woods.The undead kind.It begins when his brother, on leave from the military, arrives sick Deathly sick Jack s concern turns to alarm when his own flesh and blood turns on him, forcing the park ranger to take drastic measures.Now searching for answers and help for his brother, Jack finds himself on the run from a lethal group of government agents and from something monstrous that stalks his woods Something not of this world and hungry for flesh.

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    1. Brandy

      So a while ago I found out that you can get boxed sets of ebooks. I may have gone a bit crazy with the amount of sets I bought. I got zombie burnout. Then I was reading a sci-fi story & as one book follows another, I had started reading this zombie book & got sucked into it again. My zombie burnout has been cured. This is a different type of zombie story. I am not going to give it away, you can check it out for yourself. Good characters, good story, good ideas. 2 more books follow this o [...]

    2. Lorre

      I had to force myself to make it to the 16% I've read, hoping it would get better. But instead the further along I got the more the choppy writing style got on my nerves.Then there was a charachter that got the flu who anxiously kept repeating to himself that it was just a flu why would you need to reassure yourself that it is only the flu time and time again when there hasn't been any mention at all of a zombie virus.

    3. Nanksy

      J. R. Rain writes well and creates a set of interesting characters. Other than that this is a formulaic Zombie novel, no better, no worse than a dozen others. If you have nothing better to do, read it d prepare to get to the end only to find that you have to buy another book to find out what happens to the characters.

    4. chucklesthescot

      The actual idea of this story was interesting and the fact that these were a different kind of zombie was interesting. What ruined it were the stupid and unrealistic decisions taken by the characters, none of whom I greatly liked or cared about. There were too many things that didn't make sense and that left me disengaged from the book.Two high ranking officers on a military base see a meteor landing nearby and go to look at it. Instead of doing what they are trained to do and stay away from it [...]

    5. Celeste

      Zombie Patrol begins when his brother, on leave from the military, arrives sick. Deathly sick. Jack's concern turns to alarm when his own flesh and blood turns on him, forcing the park ranger to take drastic measures."Now searching for answers and help for his brother, Jack finds himself on the run from a lethal group of government agents — and from something monstrous that stalks his woods. Something not of this world and hungry for flesh." . or so the blurb says. I didn't see any of the high [...]

    6. Jamie

      Wow! I loved every second of this book and cannot wait for more! I pre-ordered Zombie Patrol a day or two ago and couldn't stop reading it today. J.R. Rain is one of my favorite authors and I quickly snatch up anything he puts out. I know that when I'm getting one of his books that it's going to be a fun and exciting story. With that being said I've never read on of his collaborations until now. I've read most of his books: the Vamire for Hire series (my personal favorite - now along with Zombie [...]

    7. Laura Crosse

      You're going to have to be a fan of the zombie genre to like this. I'm not saying it's bad, on the contrary it's one of the better zombie novels I've read, but it ain't something that will cross boundaries and encourage new readers over to this genre. Try Mira Grant for that, trust me. I enjoyed it though. It was exactly what I was looking for. I needed a quick, not-overly-intelligent, nicely gory, zombie novel to cheer me up after some tough reads and this was exactly that. It even had a better [...]

    8. Michael Martin

      I've noticed J.R. rain writes books so short that his trilogies (a serial which he uses a lot) are combined the length of a "real" book by a more traditional author. He does it so much that this looks suspiciously like a money grab,mp articulately at $3.99 per installment for 180 pages. He uses a lot of white space making each installment all the shorter. Beyond that, I found his writing stilted, shallow and choppy. I speed read through thundering half of this book just to be done with it. J. R. [...]

    9. Sheridan Lee

      Bringing fresh ideas to the genre.Zombie Patrol - Following the Carter family and their circle. The authors certainly take a popular topic and make it their own with some seriously unique twists. They also seem to bring a religious undertone to the story. I'll let you figure it out.Introductions are made and you find yourself fully invested in these characters. Their response to the insane situation they're presented with makes sense. They're trying to figure things out. The premise seems fairly [...]

    10. Frances

      Interesting take on the zombie apocalypse. This is the first book in a trilogy. The authors take their time setting everything up. We get to know the characters, which is good. The story has some aspects that may make a ZBook lover cringe. I won't go into detail though. I do not want to give the plot away. I have read the second book. Those unbelievable moments do tie into the story, so I would definitely give the trilogy a chance. Book 1 sets up the story but manages to get in plenty of horror. [...]

    11. April Hesler

      I love J.R. Rain, his books are always catchy this one, while being no different, did take longer for me to get into it. Once I got the halfway point, I couldn't put it down. Joey is a Navy Seal, and he ran into bad news. After handling an item that fell from the sky, he began feeling sick. He was interrogated by superiors and released he ran. Upon arriving at his brothers, things got a little more out of hand. He's locked in a basement, has an insatiable appetite for meat, and he's very angry

    12. Shellie Brewer

      The first book is dealing with the infection and you really are not getting into the zombie part of the infection it touches it lightly but I am not sure but i think the next book will be about the zombies. This book gets you into loving the characters who are infected and that sucks because they are really likable characters but at the end of the book you still do not know what is going to happen with them. If you like zombie books I do believe you will enjoy this one and it ends where you have [...]

    13. Jennifer

      Started out promising, strange object from space, mysterious government agents, mysterious illness, and then it doesn't go anywhere. The characters were boring, one dimensional people, the rest of the plot seemed to follow your low budget zombie flick, so way too predictable and boring. I do realize there is only so much you can do with a genre that has been done to death, but this story didn't even try.

    14. James Davis

      Ridiculous jumping back and forth between points of view. Seriously, switching between omniscient third person and bizarrely-executed robotic first person? It made no sense.On a technical side it featured horrendously sloppy editing.Plot and characters? Boring.Redeeming qualities? It was short.

    15. Sheree Bonita

      Potential to be good. The narration changed from first person to third person throughout the novel. It's really annoying. A lot of the dialogue seems not that believable in places. There are also details that just don't make much sense, e.g: Joe could hear a hummingbird two houses away, but couldn't make out what the kids were talking about in the room upstairs.

    16. RJ

      Not a bad story, short, but interesting. A nice twist to the zombie tale where the infected would recover to a seemingly cured state, yet something in the eyes gave them away. There is a reasoning to their recovery and they gravitate together for some still unknown purpose. To be continued in the next book of the trilogy. I look forward to it.

    17. B.E.

      Pretty good zombie apocalypse story. Not quite up to Mira Grant standards, but she set a pretty high bar. Still, the premise seems sound and the characters are solid. I'll be looking for the next in this series.

    18. Banobo

      never read a zombie book before. of course I never read a vampire book before I read Moonshadow just keeping with the same author. I will continue to read the series as I like to complete what I have begun.

    19. Jennifer

      Nice start of a new zombie series. The characters are interesting and the plot is promising. Maybe a lot of stereotypes, but also an interesting cause for the infection. Recommendable.

    20. Glenda

      I'm a big fan of J.R. Rain books. This was good but the story was stopped right in the middle. Coming soon is "Zombie Rage"

    21. Shelley Deuso

      I love the storyw I have to wait for the next. I wish it was already published and hope it is longer than the first.

    22. Vicki Krivak

      It was not what i expected from a Zombie story, but nevertheless and enjoyable book. The story grabbed my attention and I liked the characters.

    23. Jana Fogg

      I really liked this book. A good read, was very anxious to start number 2 in the series. JR Rain has become one of my favorite authors. Love his characters!!

    24. Allan

      Not bad. Very short. A new way to look at a Zombie invasion. I found the book to be missing around 300 pages to make it worth it. I guess that's what the next parts are for.

    25. Sarah

      I want 3.5 stars for this. Good enough that I'll probably get the next one but not so good that it would get to stay on my bookshelf if it were the dead tree version.

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