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They know something we don't. For horror Youtubers Lilith and Nate, zombie movies are escapist fantasies. So when a real zombie uprising in the streets of New Southport is quickly thwarted, they know those familiar-looking ghouls are hiding something. They should know. Born with a weak heart in the funeral town of Leatelranch, built around the largest cemetery in the world, They know something we don't. For horror Youtubers Lilith and Nate, zombie movies are escapist fantasies. So when a real zombie uprising in the streets of New Southport is quickly thwarted, they know those familiar-looking ghouls are hiding something. They should know. Born with a weak heart in the funeral town of Leatelranch, built around the largest cemetery in the world, Lilith’s parents raised her with zombie stories to keep her from learning the truth about what happens inside the cemetery walls. As for Nathan, the caretaker’s son... he has his reasons to be so cowardly. So when they get outsmarted by seemingly droning ghouls and are forced to split up, the uncanny coincidences are undeniable. And as things start to look more and more like Lilith’s apocalyptic visions, and as a darker threat lurks, it’ll be up to them to piece the puzzle before everyone they love faces a fate worse than becoming a zombie. Can they be stopped? Are they just playing dead? Do they have a plan? They know something we don’t. And whatever it is, they hate us for it.


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They know something we don't. For horror Youtubers Lilith and Nate, zombie movies are escapist fantasies. So when a real zombie uprising in the streets of New Southport is quickly thwarted, they know those familiar-looking ghouls are hiding something. They should know. Born with a weak heart in the funeral town of Leatelranch, built around the largest cemetery in the world, They know something we don't. For horror Youtubers Lilith and Nate, zombie movies are escapist fantasies. So when a real zombie uprising in the streets of New Southport is quickly thwarted, they know those familiar-looking ghouls are hiding something. They should know. Born with a weak heart in the funeral town of Leatelranch, built around the largest cemetery in the world, Lilith’s parents raised her with zombie stories to keep her from learning the truth about what happens inside the cemetery walls. As for Nathan, the caretaker’s son... he has his reasons to be so cowardly. So when they get outsmarted by seemingly droning ghouls and are forced to split up, the uncanny coincidences are undeniable. And as things start to look more and more like Lilith’s apocalyptic visions, and as a darker threat lurks, it’ll be up to them to piece the puzzle before everyone they love faces a fate worse than becoming a zombie. Can they be stopped? Are they just playing dead? Do they have a plan? They know something we don’t. And whatever it is, they hate us for it.

56 review for All the Tommys in the World

  1. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    All the Tommys in the World A zombie thriller by Javier Gombinsky Pigfarm Press This was a totally different concept of zombies in the blurb so I wanted to read it. That part is definitely true. I have read so many zombie stories I am really done with them but this was something new to the genre so I wanted to give it a try. The zombie apocalypse is in full swing as the reader starts the book. Nate and Lil are Youtubers that watch and review scary movies for their audience. Lil's parents come by and All the Tommys in the World A zombie thriller by Javier Gombinsky Pigfarm Press This was a totally different concept of zombies in the blurb so I wanted to read it. That part is definitely true. I have read so many zombie stories I am really done with them but this was something new to the genre so I wanted to give it a try. The zombie apocalypse is in full swing as the reader starts the book. Nate and Lil are Youtubers that watch and review scary movies for their audience. Lil's parents come by and say they are going back home and taking both of them too. But they don't want to go because that town is in the middle of a giant cemetery! The parents also seem to be goading them to run with the zombies! Many people are doing this it seems, along with people killing them. It's like running with the bulls in Spain but more biting, less horns! So, the parents get them to do crazy things! The whole book is strange, but I like strange. But what I don't like is confusion. There are a lot of confusing bits in here. It got so confusing at times I lost track of the plot. I hate stopping and trying to figure things out. There are some nice twists and the ghouls/zombies are not brainless, shambling creatures either. It's confusing if there are two creatures (ghouls and zombies) or just the one called something different at times. I never felt an attachment to either main character or the kids (side characters). There is also a needless death of a very young child that Nate and Lil's let die. I wanted the parents to die right away. Because this is the author's first book, I will watch for his next one. I enjoyed the concept that was new and unusual. I would rate this 2 1/2 stars (rounding up to 3) due to poor character development and confusion. I want to thank the publisher and NetGalley for letting me read this unique book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trisha

    YEESS!!!! A great eerie cover and a new story about Zombies. So excited to read this! A huge thank you to the author and publisher for providing an e-ARC via Netgalley. This does not affect my opinion regarding the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Hobbs

    I got a free ARC copy on netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I loved the cover. I love zombies. I tried to give this book a fair shot, but it was very confusing. I got to chapter 15 before calling it quits.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ekila

    I really, want to enjoy this book. I really do. It's a new concept. There are some scary bits that are so well-made that I actually had to stop and face my windows a couple of times. But the problem is that it is too confusing for me. I had to come sometimes back, to get a better understanding of the situation, and even like that I wasn't entirely sure of what I was reading and what was the main story really about. Right now, I am going to leave it at that. I might take it back later, because I r I really, want to enjoy this book. I really do. It's a new concept. There are some scary bits that are so well-made that I actually had to stop and face my windows a couple of times. But the problem is that it is too confusing for me. I had to come sometimes back, to get a better understanding of the situation, and even like that I wasn't entirely sure of what I was reading and what was the main story really about. Right now, I am going to leave it at that. I might take it back later, because I really want to enjoy this book and I feel like there is something big behind all that Apocalypse and very creepy children, dear lord.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    It's a zombie apocolypse, but unlike any I have previously heard of. While I was originally excited about a unique concept, unfortunately, this ends up not being a good thing. I am all for creative story telling, and playing with the timeline in a book to keep things interesting, but All the Tommys in the World is just a confusing, messy jumble of ideas that are half-baked or just plain dumb and nonsensical. I really wanted to like this book, and forced myself to read it all the way to the end, b It's a zombie apocolypse, but unlike any I have previously heard of. While I was originally excited about a unique concept, unfortunately, this ends up not being a good thing. I am all for creative story telling, and playing with the timeline in a book to keep things interesting, but All the Tommys in the World is just a confusing, messy jumble of ideas that are half-baked or just plain dumb and nonsensical. I really wanted to like this book, and forced myself to read it all the way to the end, because I just KNEW it was going to have some great ending that really pulled everything together. Spoiler Alert: It doesn't. Javier Gombinsky needs to take some writing classes to help him figure out how to write a coherent story as well as how to write likeable, realistic characters. Nothing wrong with a broody, sarcastic anti-hero, we see tons of those in both literature and film/tv, but Gombinsky just absolutely fails at creating such characters. What he created is a set of stupid, selfish, short-sighted, useless, annoying, judgemental characters that made this book even more painful to read than it would have been anyway. Gombinsky also uses the same strange phrases over and over, like "eyes swell up" to describe someone widening their eyes and "like a sizzling anthill" to describe the movements of the zombies. Just absolutely bizarre language choices that don't make sense. Also, in an apocolypse, you want the folks that are prepared, that can shoot a gun, and that are brave and selfless on your side, right? Well, not according to Gombinsky.. He apparently thinks anyone that owns a gun or plays video games are just awful people, and are all a bunch of literal nazis, with swastika tattoos, confederate flags, and MAGA hats galore! Gombinsky literally describes the characters in the book that are willing to shoot down the zombies as a bunch of crazy psychopaths (literally) that always wanted to kill a bunch of people and were just waiting for an excuse. Um, excuse me? Wanting to defend your loved ones and shoot literal zombies in the head to keep from being killed yourself makes you a psycho? Yeah, no. I'm not a gun owner and I did not vote for Trump, but I was very much offended by this portrayal and caricature of a large group of Americans. Seriously, this is one of the worst books I have ever had the misfortune of reading. Please do yourself a favor and skip this awful book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    CELINE

    This ebook has been provided by netgalley in exchange of an honest review. This book was quite different from anything I read before. The writing is clear and fast, there is no such thing as boring moments in it. I loved it, even if I'm not a horror or zombie fan ! This ebook has been provided by netgalley in exchange of an honest review. This book was quite different from anything I read before. The writing is clear and fast, there is no such thing as boring moments in it. I loved it, even if I'm not a horror or zombie fan !

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I am leaving a voluntary honest review for an advanced copy thru NetGalley. I truly wanted to love this book. I'm a horror fan and zombies are my absolute favorite. When I read the description that 2 youtubers take on zombies...I was intrigued and excited to read this book. The book centers on Lilith and Nathan. Two young adults that fled their creepy hometown as teens. They are obsessed with zombies and death. Nathan lived in the cemetary since his father was a caretaker. Lilith was always draw I am leaving a voluntary honest review for an advanced copy thru NetGalley. I truly wanted to love this book. I'm a horror fan and zombies are my absolute favorite. When I read the description that 2 youtubers take on zombies...I was intrigued and excited to read this book. The book centers on Lilith and Nathan. Two young adults that fled their creepy hometown as teens. They are obsessed with zombies and death. Nathan lived in the cemetary since his father was a caretaker. Lilith was always drawn to death an that cemetary. When these two meet up, they become inseparable. Now the zombie apocalypse is happening... these two figure on blogging and waiting it out. They hear that a warrior gang called the Slayers are winning the war on the dead. Lilith's parents come to take her back to her childhood home and tell them the war is far from over. Then they start kinda weirdly pushing these two to actually do something for once being zombie experts rather than letting others do their job. In doing so, these two get departed. They meet other survivors, secrets and intrigue on these zombies, time jumps, and a meh ending. I had to push myself to keep going with this book. There were times I was so invested in the current situation Nathan found himself in or Lilith. But then there would be huge time jumps with little explanation or mention an I'd have to go back and re read. The book switching back to the past to present had me confused the way it was done. There is a weird twisted secret to these zombies and Lilith, Nathan and another childhood friend. I think I was more confused by the whole book then anything else. I'm giving it a two star rating for the parts I felt invested and was really into.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    “All the Tommy’s in the World” by Javier Gombinsky is an original zombie thriller that is both chilling and unsettling as readers are pulled into a world that offers a fresh take on what it means to live in a world overrun by the living dead. A novel where the zombie apocalypse descends upon the human population and they aren’t trying to figure why the hell the dead aren’t staying dead and how this mess even started? Yes, please! “All the Tommy’s in the World” presents a zombie apocalypse in whi “All the Tommy’s in the World” by Javier Gombinsky is an original zombie thriller that is both chilling and unsettling as readers are pulled into a world that offers a fresh take on what it means to live in a world overrun by the living dead. A novel where the zombie apocalypse descends upon the human population and they aren’t trying to figure why the hell the dead aren’t staying dead and how this mess even started? Yes, please! “All the Tommy’s in the World” presents a zombie apocalypse in which no one is truly afraid of the flesh-eating creatures roaming their streets. Having seen all of this beforehand in popular media, humankind is ready to face the threat firsthand. Shoot to kill, bash in their head with whatever handy weapon is available, or get the hell out of dodge. Readers and characters alike are lulled into a sense of security by following the age-old tropes that worked for every fictional zombie fighter known to man. When those tricks no longer work, everyone’s understanding of what a zombie is becomes flipped upside down, and an apocalypse like none other ensues. There are moments when the book is confusing which usually happened when there were shifts in time or a perspective change to someone other than the two main characters Lillith and Nate. While some of that confusion was never cleared up, it didn’t detract too much from the overall chaos of a good ‘ole zombie outbreak. A good chunk of that is due to Lillith and Nate who narrates a majority of this novel with events from their past and present. The two of them are horror enthusiasts who use the zombie apocalypse as a chance to enjoy diving head-first into chaotic situations while simultaneously trying to save humankind from extinction. This is definitely a novel fans of zombie horror should pick up! The writing is fresh and original along with the plot and characters. A lot of what feels predictable or overdone in the genre is met with unexpected twists or turns fans will enjoy. There’s a lot of great witty humor along with some gory scenes one can usually expect in a zombie apocalypse. I highly recommend checking out this novel on its expected publication date of August 17th, 2021. Thank you Netgalley and Pigfarm press for providing me with a free e-arc and the opportunity to share my honest opinion in this review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    All the Tommys in the World by Javier Gombinsky #dnf #arc CW: zombies, death, gory violence, cemeteries I was interested in the premise of this book, but the execution was off. The multiple timelines via multiple flashbacks with multiple perspectives in each was confusing without any clarification on when exactly things were happening. Also, are zombies different than dead slayers different than walkers different than ghouls? It seems as though the terms were used interchangeably, then they weren All the Tommys in the World by Javier Gombinsky #dnf #arc CW: zombies, death, gory violence, cemeteries I was interested in the premise of this book, but the execution was off. The multiple timelines via multiple flashbacks with multiple perspectives in each was confusing without any clarification on when exactly things were happening. Also, are zombies different than dead slayers different than walkers different than ghouls? It seems as though the terms were used interchangeably, then they weren’t, and I couldn’t keep track of what monster was what. I didn’t care about any of the main characters because they were very flat and not fleshed out at all. Then all of a sudden there’s a time jump of several years in the middle of a chapter but they’re still in the same situation? I ultimately DNFed at 52%. Thank you to @netgalley and Pig Farm Press for the advance copy. (Pub date 08/17/21)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Young

    I was provided with an ARC of this book through NetGalley. I found this book extremely difficult to put down. The concept is so different within the undead genre, with not only faster moving zombies but ones that retain their intellect, and are cunning and dangerous adversaries. The little hints as you progress through the book as to what actually caused the outbreak of the disease that brought about the apocalypse, the roles the main characters played in it, and the the link to the town of Leate I was provided with an ARC of this book through NetGalley. I found this book extremely difficult to put down. The concept is so different within the undead genre, with not only faster moving zombies but ones that retain their intellect, and are cunning and dangerous adversaries. The little hints as you progress through the book as to what actually caused the outbreak of the disease that brought about the apocalypse, the roles the main characters played in it, and the the link to the town of Leatelranch, keep you turning the page and anticipating the moment when it all comes together. By the time I got to the final section of the book, I was enthralled and ready to give the book five stars. Imagine my dismay when nothing is actually explained, and nothing comes together to make sense of the events of earlier in the book. The ending is extremely disappointing. In fact, I feel as though I've wasted a few days of my time. The book had so much potential, and it is, by the end, entirely wasted. I'd give this 2.5 stars here if I could.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Lewis

    I was drawn into this dystopian nightmare for probably the first half. It felt innovative and fresh, creative and cult-like. But then I became confused and felt like I had missed some vital pages in order to follow the plot. It started to pick up towards the end but essentially it never reached the heights that I envisioned for it. I received this arc from netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Rees

    This was a big one. If you like gore and zombies please pick this one up next. Old school zombie story with twist and turns galore. Terrifying! Thank you NetGalley for this arc

  13. 5 out of 5

    Neeharika Goteti

    It kind of reminded me of the mean ghouls (Rotten Apple#1) by Stacia deutsch. It was really cool to read the zombie apocalypse , albeit being a new plot and all, it is really vague and ambiguous. It would be a better book, if story is developed well. Apart from that ,the premise and the characters are good. They fit in so well with the plot. Recommendation: For Zombie thriller genre fans , it would be an enjoyable read , it is fresh and new.I would definitely recommend it to both the rotten apple It kind of reminded me of the mean ghouls (Rotten Apple#1) by Stacia deutsch. It was really cool to read the zombie apocalypse , albeit being a new plot and all, it is really vague and ambiguous. It would be a better book, if story is developed well. Apart from that ,the premise and the characters are good. They fit in so well with the plot. Recommendation: For Zombie thriller genre fans , it would be an enjoyable read , it is fresh and new.I would definitely recommend it to both the rotten apple and poison apple book(s) fans.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Lilith and Nate are hiding away watching zombie movies while the real zombie apocalypse is happening right outside their window. Lilith and Nate decide to go outside to see the zombies for themselves. In the process they get separated, and their lives completely change from that moment on. They find out that the zombies are a lot different than what they’ve seen in the movies. Lilith and Nate must find a way back to each other. Finding each other might lead them back to Leatelranch, their hometo Lilith and Nate are hiding away watching zombie movies while the real zombie apocalypse is happening right outside their window. Lilith and Nate decide to go outside to see the zombies for themselves. In the process they get separated, and their lives completely change from that moment on. They find out that the zombies are a lot different than what they’ve seen in the movies. Lilith and Nate must find a way back to each other. Finding each other might lead them back to Leatelranch, their hometown which is built around a large cemetery, and the secrets buried there. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This was an interesting read — I keep going back and forth on how I exactly feel about it. I had a hard time, in some parts, following the story. I found myself having to reread portions, because everything was fast paced and I was losing important details while reading. The concept at the end of the story also had me confused. I felt like up until ¾ of the book I was following the plot pretty well, but the last ¼ felt rushed and almost like it was a different story. I’m still confused on how I feel about the plot as a whole. I enjoyed reading about the characters — Lilith, Nate, and the boys were great. I also enjoyed this concept of zombie. It’s something fresher (haha! zombies being fresh) and more unique than what I’m used to. The story was action packed — I feel like there was never a dull moment. It also kept me reading, because I wanted to figure out the mystery behind the zombies and Leatelranch. Overall, I did enjoy this book. The story and characters kept me interested and I finished the book, even though I was confused and had to reread what was going on in some parts. The confusion is mostly why I gave this book a 3/5 stars. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to NetGalley and Pigfarm Press for the ARC.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Bush

    2.5 / 3 This is a different sort of zombie book. When we begin the zombie apocolypse is alread underway. Lillith and her boyfriend Nathan are youtubers who watch horror movies, when after a visit from her parents Lilith decides they need to get out and see the zombies for themselves. While everyone thinks the zombies are like those from the movies.. dumb, slow, and just need a good head shot to take them down, her father swears that he saw one running. So they maybe smarter than they seem.. As t 2.5 / 3 This is a different sort of zombie book. When we begin the zombie apocolypse is alread underway. Lillith and her boyfriend Nathan are youtubers who watch horror movies, when after a visit from her parents Lilith decides they need to get out and see the zombies for themselves. While everyone thinks the zombies are like those from the movies.. dumb, slow, and just need a good head shot to take them down, her father swears that he saw one running. So they maybe smarter than they seem.. As they are out and about they get seperated and Nathan finds himself at a hospital with a bunch of children with cancer, and Lilith ends up meeting up with her parents who are trying to take her back to the town where she grew up. Thats kind of where it lost me.. There are the zombies, the slayers are taking care of them.. but they seem to be getting smarter, or maybe they were always smart and they were faking being like zombies from the movie.. Lilith is being pushed to return to her hometown for some reason that has to do with the zombies. There is some big bad "Thing" that wants Lilith to return there for some reason.. Honestly this book was way to long, I ended up skimming through alot of it. So Im sure I missed some of the things that explained what what going on. The parts with the zombies and one scene in particular with Liliths parents were really good and creeped me out. I think I would definitely check out other books by this author in the future. I think that other people will really like this book, this one just wasn't for me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Moore

    I received this E-ARC for an honest review from NetGalley and and Pigfarm Press. I really wanted to enjoy this novel a lot because it seemed to be a different approach to a zombie type book. When all the hype about the Walking Dead was around it felt like a lot of people were trying to write zombie and apocalypse type novels and I had grown tired of them. Although when I read the synopsis of this book I requested to read and review it. I love to read a good horror or thriller type book and was h I received this E-ARC for an honest review from NetGalley and and Pigfarm Press. I really wanted to enjoy this novel a lot because it seemed to be a different approach to a zombie type book. When all the hype about the Walking Dead was around it felt like a lot of people were trying to write zombie and apocalypse type novels and I had grown tired of them. Although when I read the synopsis of this book I requested to read and review it. I love to read a good horror or thriller type book and was hoping this would be my new favorite. I loved that this novel provided a different type of undead and showed them to be smarter and faster than the zombies we have been provided over the years. It is almost like a mystery trying to figure out how the virus was released into the world and the zombie took over. The issue I had with this novel was that it was hard to follow and, in the end, did not actually explain the point and reasoning behind what happened. Where I do not think that novels need to have a point or reason, it still needs to make sense to the reader. The ending seemed to be rushed and did not fulfill all the information that the novel needed to be understand able. I gave this book 2 stars mainly because I needed to reread to understand what was happening throughout. Interesting concept and idea but lacked in the finished product.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    This is one of those books where if I'm not sure if it's brilliant or not. It has an interesting concept - get a multiple viewpoint account of the end of the world from people alive, dead, and something in-between. But the storyline is hard to follow, the segues from one narrator to another is abrupt and the timelines aren't cohesive. It very much felt like a writing exercise where you have plot points that you have to connect but they weren't fully fleshed (sorry, bad zombie pun) out. It's not This is one of those books where if I'm not sure if it's brilliant or not. It has an interesting concept - get a multiple viewpoint account of the end of the world from people alive, dead, and something in-between. But the storyline is hard to follow, the segues from one narrator to another is abrupt and the timelines aren't cohesive. It very much felt like a writing exercise where you have plot points that you have to connect but they weren't fully fleshed (sorry, bad zombie pun) out. It's not a bad story, but certainly not the best I've ever read. I really enjoyed Lilith, Nate, Lester and Yoshi, but everything else was just a little too farfetched for me. #AllTheTommysInTheWorld #NetGalley

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carter Skye

    Yeah, so this was a "read now" option on NetGalley and I decided to give it a chance... Nope. I forced myself through I think two chapters and gave up. The writing was horrible and nothing about this story made sense. Plus there was mention of MAGA in the first chapter and I don't care how the hell that was going to play out, absolutely not reading further. Yeah, so this was a "read now" option on NetGalley and I decided to give it a chance... Nope. I forced myself through I think two chapters and gave up. The writing was horrible and nothing about this story made sense. Plus there was mention of MAGA in the first chapter and I don't care how the hell that was going to play out, absolutely not reading further.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I really wanted to like this one...the premise was catchy, the cover was appropriately spooky.... but the author just didn't deliver. In my opinion, not well written, rather a jumble, and although I did try, I gave up after about 25% of the book. Thank you nonetheless to NetGalley and Pigfarm Press for the opportunity to read the eARC in return for an honest opinion. I really wanted to like this one...the premise was catchy, the cover was appropriately spooky.... but the author just didn't deliver. In my opinion, not well written, rather a jumble, and although I did try, I gave up after about 25% of the book. Thank you nonetheless to NetGalley and Pigfarm Press for the opportunity to read the eARC in return for an honest opinion.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    I really wanted to like this book. It started off strong, and grabbed my attention but sadly as it went on I just couldn't stay interested... The story time jumped And got super confusing to the point where I had to stop reading. Which saddens me it had such potential! I was given an ARC via Netgalley For my honest review. Thank you to them and the Author! I really wanted to like this book. It started off strong, and grabbed my attention but sadly as it went on I just couldn't stay interested... The story time jumped And got super confusing to the point where I had to stop reading. Which saddens me it had such potential! I was given an ARC via Netgalley For my honest review. Thank you to them and the Author!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    I was happy to get All the Tommy’s in the World by Javier Gombinsky and really liked the idea of this book, as a new twist on zombies. It was a little confusing and hard to follow, so not one of my favorites.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kaeli

    I wasn't a huge fan of the writing style in this book. It starts out odd and continues like that. I did not even really like the style of zombie the writer used. This would definitely be someone's cup of tea, but it most certainly was not mine. I wasn't a huge fan of the writing style in this book. It starts out odd and continues like that. I did not even really like the style of zombie the writer used. This would definitely be someone's cup of tea, but it most certainly was not mine.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tony Swinton

    I was given a copy of this book for an honest review by netgalley ARC When I saw the cover I thought wow and this different to anything else that I have Read before The action is none stop and you will need oxygen as it will take your breath away An enjoyable read

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    I really tried to give this book a chance but I ended up having to DNF because it was just too confusing and I did not feel engaged at all.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ava

    Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review! I almost gave up on this one at several points throughout, but I pushed through because it was just so WEIRD. The big reveals were honestly kind of disappointing; the real strength of this novel was in its bizarre worldbuilding and truly strange characters. Gombinsky definitely brought something new to the zombie genre, though I truly cannot say whether I actually /enjoyed/ it.

  26. 5 out of 5

    James

    3.25

  27. 5 out of 5

    Francisco

    All the Tommys in the World [Blurb Goes Here] This are not your garden variety Zombies, but don't let that keep you from reading this horror adventure. I like horror. I like it a lot, but as of late, I find it hard to find scary books. I have to say that this is one of the good ones, one that will entertain you, make you wonder what's happening in each story arc, and also will scare you at various points. I truly recommend this one for horror fans. Expect the unexpected. Thank you for the advanced c All the Tommys in the World [Blurb Goes Here] This are not your garden variety Zombies, but don't let that keep you from reading this horror adventure. I like horror. I like it a lot, but as of late, I find it hard to find scary books. I have to say that this is one of the good ones, one that will entertain you, make you wonder what's happening in each story arc, and also will scare you at various points. I truly recommend this one for horror fans. Expect the unexpected. Thank you for the advanced copy!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christine

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rowan MacBean

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

  31. 5 out of 5

    Leo

  32. 4 out of 5

    Clay

  33. 5 out of 5

    Celibel Shadowsong

  34. 4 out of 5

    Milagros Simarro

  35. 4 out of 5

    Horace Derwent

  36. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  37. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey (BookishKJ)

  38. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  39. 5 out of 5

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  40. 4 out of 5

    Graham Vingoe

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    Sara Tantlinger

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    Ryan Bloomfield

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    Sonora Taylor

  44. 4 out of 5

    Maureen Connelly

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    Jessika

  46. 4 out of 5

    karen

  47. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Holt

  48. 4 out of 5

    Jaidee (on roadtrip-only updating reading progress

  49. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  50. 5 out of 5

    Kirstie

  51. 4 out of 5

    Jess Cruz (tingly.spines)

  52. 4 out of 5

    Kat Dietrich

  53. 4 out of 5

    Richard Derus

  54. 4 out of 5

    Jules

  55. 5 out of 5

    Beth

  56. 5 out of 5

    -RadioactiveBookworm-

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