International bestselling author Manel Loureiro was born in Pontevedra, Spain and studied law at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Loureiro continues to reside in his native Pontevedra. Manel Loureiro trabaja como abogado en Pontevedra. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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International bestselling author Manel Loureiro was born in Pontevedra, Spain and studied law at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.
Loureiro continues to reside in his native Pontevedra. Manel Loureiro trabaja como abogado en Pontevedra. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again.
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No hay internet. No hay oficinas. Ni colegios. Ni supermercados. No queda casi nadie vivo con quien hablar. Ya no hay nada que recuerde que eres un ser humano. El Apocalipsis ha empezado. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Apocalipsis Z 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. So of course I wanted to read what was going to happen next. Yes a real cat. Again some improbable things happen, we meet more people, there are even more Undead. I still enjoyed it. I enjoy the fact that this takes place in and around Spain.
I could see Madrid teeming with the Undead. There may have been a few small issues with plot and such, but I can forgive it. I think we readers are can be very harsh as we suffer from "second book in series" syndrome. Besides, The Lawyer still saves his cat. That folks is why I am reading the third book. View all 4 comments. Loureiro has ditched his journal style of storytelling, but the second book too is a decent read nevertheless.
I think it was a good move by the author to sum-up the events of the previous book in the first chapter. I like my zombie books like this — traditional zombie fare, if I may call it that. Waiting for the last book to come out. View all 14 comments. Blame the narrator, Nick Podehl, whose gift for giving voice to suspense could keep me glued to the Golf Channel.
Dark Days Apocalypse Z by Manel Loureiro is a tough one to rate because the start to finish experience was better than the first book, Apocalypse Z, in terms of character development, pacing and the narrator got even better with the larger cast of voices. It starts off with a summary of how the world has succumbed to the zombie apocalypse in a way that could allow you to start the series here instead of with Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End.
Our characters have flown a helicopter to an island that is torn between two political factions, has corrupt guards with nasty secrets, and our two guy heroes from the previous book are tasked with taking another helicopter run out to get supplies.
Their adventure ended up being just okay, and I think it was supposed to be the main draw to this book. He did a good job in expanding in this edition; the new povs added depth to the cast in ways that answered my complaint about the previous book needing more than just our sole narrator as an engagement character. When the end happened, I thought, hmm, is that it?
And not in a good way. The narrator is one of my favorites. He just does such a great job adding suspense to the narrative and creating unique voices that sound very real. Good thing we only have a month or so until the next book, Apocalipsis Z: La ira de los justos The Wrath of the Just , comes out May 6.
That third installment will also be translated from Spanish into English by Pamela Carmell. Oct 27, Cheryl rated it it was ok. Book two "Apocalypse Z: Dark Days" is told from a mangled hodgepodge of first and third person points of view and never seems to hang coherently together Disappointed with this sequel I really enjoyed the first book in this series "Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End.
Book two "Apocalypse Z: Dark Days" is told from a mangled hodgepodge of first and third person points of view and never seems to hang coherently together. There are just too many unbelievable happenings that just ring a discordant tone over the whole tale, not counting the zombies themselves. I kept reading, hoping it would get better, and it never did. In fact, it had one of the worst endings ever. Yes, this is a series and yes, I expected a cliffhanger but what I got was the black hole of the Canary Islands.
It felt like the book was rushed and many vital pieces were left out. The plotline felt choppy. The characters felt one-dimensional.
It's too bad. I enjoyed book one very much. NOTE: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. This was a decent sequel but nothing really mind blowing. Almost every review of the third book has been negative so I think I'm going to skip that one.
I like Loureiro though and hope to read more horror books set in Spain at some point down the road. Nov 21, Shana Festa rated it it was ok Shelves: zombies. Readers should note that this new release picks up where the first book leaves off.
I wouldn't recommend skipping the first book or you may find yourself a little lost. It had been a good chunk of time since I read the first book, so I was grateful to find Loureiro gave readers a brief run through of what happened to get us to book two.
Dark Days begins in the air. Our group is trying to get to the Canary Islands in hopes the infection has not spread there. Our lawyer is joined by his cat Lucullus, seventeen year old girlfriend Lucia, Prit the pilot, and Sister Cecelia. Their foray into safety is short lived as Prit is accused of a crime he didn't commit.
The accusation is used as leverage to force him once again back into the melee and zombie infested lands to fine medicine. Betrayed by those they trusted, the group must find their way back to each other and out of a corrupt society on the verge of a revolution. Dammit, I really wanted to enjoy this one, and I did But there were so many things I took issue with. First and foremost, the relationship between the thirty year old narrator and seventeen year old Lucia doesn't work for me.
Fundamentally, I just cant get behind it. So it makes reading the book quite uncomfortable. The first novel was in journal form, but Dark Days does not follow suit.
It is told using first person standard narration.
ISBN 13: 9786074299106
International bestselling author Manel Loureiro was born in Pontevedra, Spain, and studied law at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. After graduating, he worked in television, both on-screen appearing on Television de Galicia and behind-the-scenes as a writer. Loureiro continues to reside in his native Pontevedra. View Store.
Apocalipsis Z: Los Dias Oscuros = Apocalypse Z