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World War Z: an Oral History of the Zombie War

Tom Johnson bought me a book by the author of the Zombie Survival Guide, which I gifted him with a couple of years ago.  Max Brooks is the author’s name.

Here’s a quote that I love.

“Secrecy is a vacuum and nothing fills a vacuum like paranoid speculation.”

It’s from the second chapter ‘Blame’.

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2 comments on “World War Z: an Oral History of the Zombie War

  1. LOL. A copy of The Zombie Survival Guide was floating around the female squad bay on Camp Geiger for a while. It scared the hell out of me.

    • This book just expands on what was in the guide. It gets scarier. He’s got a part of a chapter describing in detail a military failure against zombies. It’s scary, gruesome, and funny. What more could you want?

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