First off, I've read the first five books of legendary zombie author Bobby Adair's Slow Burn series, and I'm powering through the rest as we speak. I'm loving them. It's intelligent, quirky, funny and extremely believable. The lead character Zed, who's dealing with the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse as a partly immune survivor, is flawed and relatable, but the level of insight you get from his first-person narrative feels extremely real. It's not a predictable, plot-driven story so much as it is an ongoing recounting of a compelling character's decisions as he navigates the difficulties of a radically altered zombie-plagued world, but somehow it just works. Bobby Adair is a very gifted storyteller, and now I finally understand why so many people are obsessed with his books.
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