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[R.D. Ronald] Å The Zombie Room [polyandry PDF] Ebook Epub Download å this piece of writing needs so much editing that i can t call it a book.
This book pulls out all the stops It s risky and that s what gives it its success At many parts, my heart raced for the sake of the characters There were some surprises and some bits that were bound to happen, but happen a little differently than expected.
An Unlikely Bond Is Forged Between Three Men From Very Different Backgrounds When They Serve Time Together In Prison A Series Of Wrong Turns And Disastrous Life Choices Has Led To Their Incarceration Following Their Release, Mangle, Decker And Tazeem Stick Together As They Return To A Life Of Crime, Embarking On A Lucrative Scam But When They Stumble Upon A Sophisticated Sex Trafficking Operation, They Soon Realise That They Are In Mortal Danger The Disappearance Of A Family Member And The Murder Of A Dear Friend Lead The Three To Delve Deeper Into A World Of Violence And Deception In Their Quest For Retribution And Justice, They Put Their Lives On The Line Their Paths Cross With That Of Tatiana, Who Has Left Her Home Country For A Better Life In The West Or So She Thinks She Soon Realises She Is In The Hands Of Ruthless, Violent People, Who Run An Operation Supplying Girls To Meet The Most Deviant Desires Of Rich And Powerful Men Will She Survive The Horrors Of The Zombie Room Are Mangle, Decker And Tazeem Brave Enough To Follow Her There, In An Attempt To Set Her Free Nope, this book isn t one of those annoying zombie dystopian novels despite its title Actually it s about three men in prison and the way they survive I found the language too crass and rude sometimes but otherwise The Zombie Room is an excellent novel with themes similar to books and films like The Shawshank Redemption and Prison of Secrets.
The Zombie Room by R D Ronald Have read other works by the author and enjoyed them so happy to learn of this new one, description leaves me with many questionsWon t go into details of the story but my impressions found language a bit on the rough side but it goes with the story line.
Wanted to hear from the prison side of things something I will never get to experience myself Find it fascinating, the bond and achievements you can make while on the inside.
When the men get involved with helping others in the sex traffic ring they got their work cut out for them Details are just so specific and well thought out where you can picture it happening in your mind.
Horrific scenes of torture I can t even imagine in my wildest thoughts they don t even appear to be considered human to me.
Loved hearing about the technology used in this book from many different angles to think o This book has loads of great twists and turns, I seriously didn t put it down and finished it in 3 days Loved this book I read The Elephant Tree , Ronald s first novel last year, and had to pick up The Zombie Room when it came out this year Ronald picks up the pace in this novel, with WAY action, characters, and even a cameo from a character in his first book I m excited that he linked the two novels, evolving the world in which they belong and also their stories.
This novel deals with race, prison, violence, sex trafficking, illegal immigration and much It reads like an action movie, in fact, probably should become one I really should of read the synopsis cause this book isn t about Zombies at all BUT it s a great read , fast paced , enough back story to get you by and few twists and turns along the way
This is a brilliant Thriller Love the characterization of the main characters Mangle, Decker and Tazeem with different backgrounds who end up together When I was thinking how the author will connect The Zombie Room to the story, the introduction of Zombie Room was interesting and some parts were really scary Several fights towards the end were interesting and cinematic Overall the book was fun and thrilling to read 4.
This book is terrible was pretty much the consensus of every person in our book club It s unrealistic, juvenile, misogynistic, and boring It feels like it was written by an unmediacted 14 year old boy with ADD who has seen too many bad movies.