Winter

Winter A look into the mind of a dead boy named Adam a young teenager born a few months after an incident that created a worldwide plague of the walking dead Adam s soul has been trapped inside of his frozen

  • Title: Winter
  • Author: AndrewBoyd
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A look into the mind of a dead boy named Adam a young teenager born a few months after an incident that created a worldwide plague of the walking dead Adam s soul has been trapped inside of his frozen body for countless years, and while he is physically dead, his mind is very much alive.He can only think and relive on his past life experiences In his mind, he recalls thA look into the mind of a dead boy named Adam a young teenager born a few months after an incident that created a worldwide plague of the walking dead Adam s soul has been trapped inside of his frozen body for countless years, and while he is physically dead, his mind is very much alive.He can only think and relive on his past life experiences In his mind, he recalls the winter that led to the breaking up of his family He and his mom, Ashley, separate from the power of his violent and isolationist father George, to go live in a newly established military compound during the warmer months However, the years of no human contact takes its toll on Adam as he struggles to learn and fit into the social norms of a civilization desperately grasping onto a dead world.With no end in sight, Adam has slipped into a deep level of insanity while being frozen as a member of the walking dead He longs for the day he will finally be set free from the ice and into the warm embrace of the afterlife.

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    • Winter is the story of Adam, who is frozen as much in time as in the ice that encases his body. He froze to death and has revived as the undead. He ponders the events that led up to his current situation, as he knows full well that, trapped in the ice, he can't do much else. Adam loses his mind as a result of his solitude, even as he recounts his life to the reader.The story is an interesting take on the zombie genre. When we first meet him, Adam's thought processes in no way resemble the mindle [...]


    • I felt really in tune with this book, and saw a lot of myself in Adam which is always good for the connection. I got lost and confused in certain parts though unfortunately, but that is the only reason it didn't make 5 stars. well written and a good, thorough and deep story. awesome :)


    • There were moments of Andrew Boyd's WINTER that I genuinely enjoyed. I think he offers one of the freshest takes on the Zombie novel that I've read in a long time. Unfortunately for me, the book didn't quite live up to its potential. The main character Adam was very difficult to relate to. We are told that he was 13 years-old when he became a zombie and was subsequently frozen in ice. This is where is 'life' experience should have essentially ended. Yet his narration at times reads as if it were [...]


    • "When it happens, don't end it. I want to see what it's like."This was just.odd.The father/son relationship was twisted. The mother we even more oddd I could never tell what was real and what was in his twisted mind (the vampire like guyswhat the heck was THAT?!) as he was losing it.but by far, the above quote was the weirdest to me. and the fact that he faked being bitten and was almost shot in the head by his dad because he thought it was.funny?? just odd


    • Too Many Nonsensical Contradictions A rather long-winded little book, with characters that seemed more like a bunch of bad actors than real people. Some characters are so wooden in their mannerisms and reactions (Adam's Mum, for example) that they are not at all believable. Adam, the main character, is alternately wise for his years and stupidly naive, incredibly bratty and misunderstood saint.There were a few examples of bad spelling and wonky grammar, but it wasn't as bad as some, and didn't r [...]



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