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Under a Graveyard Sky - eARC
by John Ringo
Publisher: Baen Books

Zombies are real. And we made them. Are you prepared for the zombie apocalypse? The Smith family is, with the help of a few marines.

When an airborne “zombie” plague is released, bringing civilization to a grinding halt, the Smith family, Steven, Stacey, Sophia and Faith, take to the Atlantic to avoid the chaos. The plan is to find a safe haven from the anarchy of infected humanity. What they discover, instead, is a sea composed of the tears of survivors and a passion for bringing hope.

For is up to the Smiths and a small band of Marines to somehow create the refuge that survivors seek in a world of darkness and terror. Now with every continent a holocaust and every ship an abattoir, life is lived beneath a graveyard sky.

Published 9/1/2013
SKU: A9781451639193
Ebook Price: $15.00 
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1. Ray on 8/9/2013, said:

John is always an enjoyable read. I was very hesitant to read a zombie book, that genre seems played out. It was pretty much the way I would have expected. Am a little disappointed in the ending (thought my nook broke, kept trying to get to the next page). My biggest worry is how he will keep up all of his series. He only has so much time and a new series just seems like too much.
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2. Pamela on 7/22/2013, said:

Loved the book. Looking forward to the sequel and hope it won't be too long until it is available!
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3. jonathan on 7/11/2013, said:

I enjoyed it, though I do wish it concluded a little more conclusively.
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4. Carlton on 6/27/2013, said:

Having read some of the previous comments, I thought I would put my 2 cents worth in. This is a good read. It's not high art. It's not the Maple Syrup War (Live Free or Die), but it's good. Sure you could draw Cally & Michelle parallels or Mike Harmon / O'Neal parallels, but hey, it's interesting and fun. I wish it were longer too; that's probably my main complaint. Guess I have to wait for the sequel.
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5. Greg on 6/24/2013, said:

As I have said in a previous review, I consider my self a "fan boy", but again I am disappointed. New premise, but filled with a VERY familiar cast of characters: Spec Ops bad @ss, check! Young daughter who just happens to be a hottie who can kick everyone's @ss, check! Loving and supportive wife who is an engineer and keeps the ship running, check! Other daughter who is not as kick @ss and more studious, but can still kick your @ss, check! An ending that felt like John was running over his deadline and just sent it to the publisher, check! The book is still a decent read if you like John's books, with enjoyable action and science that feels solid, but with repetitive characters and a truly crappy ending, well I was less than impressed. John can and has done better. This is the last time I will pay for an E-ARC of his. I just hope he can find his a-game again because this was not it.
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6. Doug on 6/15/2013, said:

Could not put it down. Seriously fun read, jumps a round a bit, but it's the ARC, just be happy you dont have to wait until normal publication stuff. Really enjoyed it.
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7. Kevin on 6/6/2013, said:

As Iread the reviews, I see a lot of complaints about the ending. Sorry, but anytime a book ends it is a sad point. That universe has ended for now. But this is a continuing story which we will get to continue. The book has excitement, it makes you wonder if you could handle it. John has a great ability to craft and tell a story. This book doesn't disappoint. He crafts an interesting situation and tells of experience within. What more could you ask? It is well written and is never boring. What more can you ask of a John Ringo book?
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8. William on 6/6/2013, said:

Really, really liked it. Some complain about the ending, but on the other hand the story is at a good stopping point with the 'Circus heading out to (spoiler alert) the Iwo Jima. I can see why some are complaining, but then a story like this has to hit pause. I would give it 5 stars, but for some predictability others have commented on. However, the action scenes are great - Mr. Ringo truly has a talent for injecting just the right touch of humor, and I almost ruined my Kindle spouting coffee when (spoiler aleart) a certain schizophrenic teenager is lamenting a lack of a chainsaw to hew zombies. It's well worth the read, and I am eagerly awaiting the next eARC. Mr Ringo, please keep up the good work! And, I would pay 2x the price for a John Ringo / David Drake twofer. Just a thought. And could you and Travis Taylor PLEASE finish Space Bubble and get going on the next 'Aldenata sequel? Please? This waiting is causing me prematurely grey.....
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9. Jo Anna on 6/3/2013, said:

Not up to the standards I have come to expect. Ends with a To Be Continued.
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10. scott on 5/24/2013, said:

Loved It1 Now I have to Wait like 10,000 years (feels like) for the next one. Dang It!!!!!!!!!!
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