World War Z

I enjoyed this book quite a bit, actually! I liked how the book was a compilation of multiple stories from people all over the world and from all walks of life. I also enjoyed the fact that the book was clearly separated into sections and gave views about more than just the actual outbreak. Reading this book has made me consider possibly reading the rest of his books as well, such as The Zombie Survival Guide.

My favourite story was the first one about the Chinese doctor who interacted with Patient Zero. I found it fascinating to think that someone who had interacted that closely with Patient Zero was still alive and able to tell the tale many years later. I would have assumed that whoever had contact with Patient Zero would not have survived, because of the close proximity to the disease when it was not known what it is.

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