Roland Thomas Type IV is the exciting sequel to the Zombie Spring and Trooper Tyree saga. This 2nd sequel is a continuation of Chapter 14, "The Song of Roland," from the series starter, "Zombie Spring." The 3rd book in the series follows the adventures of Roland Thomas after he was infected and Turned during the Battle for LA. As the world's first Type IV, Zombie, he findsRoland Thomas Type IV is the exciting sequel to the Zombie Spring and Trooper Tyree saga. This 2nd sequel is a continuation of Chapter 14, "The Song of Roland," from the series starter, "Zombie Spring." The 3rd book in the series follows the adventures of Roland Thomas after he was infected and Turned during the Battle for LA. As the world's first Type IV, Zombie, he finds that he has a much to offer the human race, and soon the Living begin to think of him as Mankind's second chance. Thomas' arrival coincides with the arrival of villains from the first book, Ben Arnold and Aroneia Burr. Ben is the world's second Type IV, but whereas Thomas fights for the Living, Arnold has his own agenda. Thus begins a 16 year struggle of building walls and vast armies, that eventually involve the children of all the main characters in books 1 and 2. The kids, Thomas' Zombie Brigade, and six aging infantry corps take on the might of Ben Arnold's Empire of the Dead and refight a famous old battle from the past, in the swamps of Louisiana. How is this book different than the other two? I added new dimensions that leave the world of horror, Zombies, battles, and death and enter a more thoughtful domain of convoluted science and perhaps fantasy. In my opinion, this book is the best of the three that I have written, and I think that maybe it breaks some new ground in Zombie lore: 400+ pages of good fun. RT Type IV is divided into 3 books or sections: Roland to the Rescue, Area 51-Sixteen Years Later, & the War Moves East. I think that readers will find Area 51 interesting in a sci-fi way/fantasy way. The Roland Thomas book contrasts somewhat with the first two books. In this 3rd book, I spend a lot of time in the minds of the Zombies, particularly Roland Thomas'. I also spent some time with philosophical issues, and wove them into my usual battles, comedy, and romance. Except that this time, I decided to take most of the corn out of my romances and make them endearing and memorable instead. There is a wedding scene to end all wedding scenes in the 2nd section. For those of you who love battles, I have not left you out. There's a ton of it. Readers new to the series should start with book 1 and then 2. That way you will understand the characters. There are many of them, and most of them span all three books. Roland Thomas Type IV might be a standalone book, but for your greatest enjoyment, at least read the Trooper Tyree sequel because more characters migrate from that book than book 1. This issue is Version 2 (5/2015), and has a new, extended ending plus the first chapter of my next Zombie Spring book. I believe I'll call it: Zombie Spring's Space Zombies. PROFILER: To help people decide whether or not they might enjoy my series, I try to profile interested readers and steer away those who might be better off looking elsewhere. RT Type IV is a Zombie Lite version of the Zombie genre. Yes, it has plenty of gore and huge battles, but much of what I write is meant to be humorous. Mine is not a dour world-view of what would happen. The content is centered around happy, upbeat young people, who think they can win against all odds and maybe make a better life for themselves. If you like happy stories with a little romance interspersed with lots of military blood and guts, then you're in the right place. So who might not enjoy this book? Fans of the movie: The Road or the Walking Dead might consider looking elsewhere for their entertainment. If you liked Warm Bodies, Zombieland with Woody Harrelson, or Abraham Lincoln vs. the Zombies then you are more likely to have a nice evening pouring through these pages. Bruce Campbell could be a character in my book....
|Title||:||Zombie Spring's Roland Thomas Type IV: A Second Sequel|
|Number of Pages||:||384 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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