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In this pivotal volume of Living With the Dead, survivors all across the country struggle against a new breed of zombie, living enemies bent on murder and destruction, and even larger threats almost impossible to fight. Two years after The Fall, the cataclysm brought on by the zombie plague, survivors everywhere are building a new world. The cost has been high, both physic In this pivotal volume of Living With the Dead, survivors all across the country struggle against a new breed of zombie, living enemies bent on murder and destruction, and even larger threats almost impossible to fight. Two years after The Fall, the cataclysm brought on by the zombie plague, survivors everywhere are building a new world. The cost has been high, both physically and mentally. How will the tenuous civilization emerging from the wreckage of what was manage under an onslaught from forces beyond their control? Read on and discover that beyond the need to truly live comes the hard choice on how to move forward. In the face of dire adversity, can the survivors in Kentucky stay on the right path?


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In this pivotal volume of Living With the Dead, survivors all across the country struggle against a new breed of zombie, living enemies bent on murder and destruction, and even larger threats almost impossible to fight. Two years after The Fall, the cataclysm brought on by the zombie plague, survivors everywhere are building a new world. The cost has been high, both physic In this pivotal volume of Living With the Dead, survivors all across the country struggle against a new breed of zombie, living enemies bent on murder and destruction, and even larger threats almost impossible to fight. Two years after The Fall, the cataclysm brought on by the zombie plague, survivors everywhere are building a new world. The cost has been high, both physically and mentally. How will the tenuous civilization emerging from the wreckage of what was manage under an onslaught from forces beyond their control? Read on and discover that beyond the need to truly live comes the hard choice on how to move forward. In the face of dire adversity, can the survivors in Kentucky stay on the right path?

30 review for This New Disease

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love this zombie series, it's really good, and i can't wait to see what happens next. Following the characters through a blog written by Josh Guess is an amazing adventure because it's not just about a group of people that lived and the zombie roaming freely killing all in its path, it's much more than that. Its about many groups of people living and growing. its about learning from past mistakes and changing to be better. its knowing that the people your rotting for in the story are making to I love this zombie series, it's really good, and i can't wait to see what happens next. Following the characters through a blog written by Josh Guess is an amazing adventure because it's not just about a group of people that lived and the zombie roaming freely killing all in its path, it's much more than that. Its about many groups of people living and growing. its about learning from past mistakes and changing to be better. its knowing that the people your rotting for in the story are making tough decisions and are being emotionally effected by those decisions. i think it's amazing how such a book can tie into human lives right now, and that you could go away with learning something in return of reading the series because lets face it zombies aren't the only things standing in the way as the characters are dealing with much worse; there are marauders whom are all kinds of bad news that just steal and kill people just because they can and that's not the worse of what they have done, and also the problems they have had with the Exiles too. The books can get really dark at times but can also but a smile on your face too, and i like that the story has become so involved and complected, and virtually made no one either good or bad - I mean take Kincaid and his group for example they were marauders once but they changed and started to make up for what they did in the past - i mean seriously they could have been killed by Josh and the gang but they trusted them because they wanted to be better, and by that happening its like saying maybe there's hope for these people too and i really like that idea. I've now taken a liking to Kincaid and i do feel sorry for him, to me he's not a coward as he has mentioned in he's posts, hopefully more good things happen for him and the rest of them. But the thing i like most about the story is not knowing what will happen next. FYI i really like the last line of this book. "Separately we will fail and flounder. Together, we will rise."

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jolie

    I hate picking up a book mid-series. I get all sorts of confused over the character relationships. But not with this book. This book can be read as part of the series or alone, which is ok with me. I liked how this book was written. It was written as if it was a blog. It grabbed my attention and made me wonder if the whole series was written that way. Also, the author of the book was the author of the blog in the book, which is also very interesting. What fascinated me with this book was the Inter I hate picking up a book mid-series. I get all sorts of confused over the character relationships. But not with this book. This book can be read as part of the series or alone, which is ok with me. I liked how this book was written. It was written as if it was a blog. It grabbed my attention and made me wonder if the whole series was written that way. Also, the author of the book was the author of the blog in the book, which is also very interesting. What fascinated me with this book was the Internet survived The Fall. More importantly, the author’s blog survived. The blogger did make a point of saying that he only had readers in the USA and Canada. The blogger/author didn’t spend a whole lot of time describing the zombies. Only to say that they were evolving into smarter zombies. Which again, fascinated me. And kind of scared me. I am a wimp when it comes to these types of books. I will reread this book, but I would want to start with the entire series. This book is going on my will read again shelf. **I voluntarily reviewed this book** Blog Link: https://readwithme2018.com/2013/12/20...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jett Cat

    Loved it, burned through series Stumbled accross this blog style story of zombie survival and was hooked! This account has it all! Zombies, survival, fights, questioning of morality. I suppose what makes this series stand out is 1) the zombies evolve (so not for hard core zombie traditionalists) 2) the descriptions of the adaptations the survivors have to make to be safe and to eat 3)the personalized feel of all posters (self doubt, disagreements with eachother over structure of the compound, dea Loved it, burned through series Stumbled accross this blog style story of zombie survival and was hooked! This account has it all! Zombies, survival, fights, questioning of morality. I suppose what makes this series stand out is 1) the zombies evolve (so not for hard core zombie traditionalists) 2) the descriptions of the adaptations the survivors have to make to be safe and to eat 3)the personalized feel of all posters (self doubt, disagreements with eachother over structure of the compound, dealing with outsiders, learning to fight) 4) several groups that are well described including the mauraders, and bad guys in later books These are just some of the things I really. It is a really immersive story, on occasion you want to rush to the compound/Haven and help them survive the next problem. The characters are just normal people in crazy circumstances, attempting to do the right thing and occasionaly failing miserably. But they persevere, and I keep reading.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Freedom

    I love this whole series but this book was my favorite. Joshua Guess has managed to write books that seem custom tailored to my exact tastes/interests. I'm starting book 6 today.Then I'll move on to the actual blog and the book "Beautiful", also written by Josh Guess. I believe it's the beginning of a new series. My only complaint is that Josh's books are only available for the Kindle -_- I typically try my best NOT to support the Kindle (for my own personal reasons. I did own one until I recent I love this whole series but this book was my favorite. Joshua Guess has managed to write books that seem custom tailored to my exact tastes/interests. I'm starting book 6 today.Then I'll move on to the actual blog and the book "Beautiful", also written by Josh Guess. I believe it's the beginning of a new series. My only complaint is that Josh's books are only available for the Kindle -_- I typically try my best NOT to support the Kindle (for my own personal reasons. I did own one until I recently gave it AND my Nook away) but I will continue to buy these books because it's the only option for supporting this author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jo Cochrane

    What happens when the survivors have adapted to their new lives and they know how to deal with zombies? The zombies evolve and learn just as the humans they once were did and the human race evolves with them! The good, the bad and the ugly! Joshua Guess does it again! Instead of the usual human saves the world story line this series of books portrays life as it would really be! How we would survive, fight and exist not only the zombies but each other!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I read all five volumes in about a week. This series, to me, is one of the most realistic series on the zombie apocalypse (as realistic as one can make the zombie apocalypse) You genuinely case about the people and their survival. I'm looking forward to the next book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Keith Schincke

    This book is the 5th of the series. This book was very transformative of the LWTD world and brings the story to a good point. I look forward to future books in this world.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chrystal Roe

    Great episode Great things are happening in New Haven. It grows both in area and in people. There are still many terrible things for the folks there to deal with though. Friends have been lost and old enemies are doing new things. I'm diving right into the next book to see how things go.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lucas Hamasaki

    I know. Three stars again? That's not a bad rating to me, let's make this clear. Three stars = solid book. Not particularly amazing, but I'd say... either good or okay. The thing about This New Disease is that it ended in a very interesting way. Josh's journey hit me hard and I really felt for him. It was damn good. And a lot of the book deserved four stars. But a lot of it didn't. As I had mentioned about the other books, sometimes the series just... drag too much. Not always. I honestly enjoy t I know. Three stars again? That's not a bad rating to me, let's make this clear. Three stars = solid book. Not particularly amazing, but I'd say... either good or okay. The thing about This New Disease is that it ended in a very interesting way. Josh's journey hit me hard and I really felt for him. It was damn good. And a lot of the book deserved four stars. But a lot of it didn't. As I had mentioned about the other books, sometimes the series just... drag too much. Not always. I honestly enjoy the writing, the plots, the characters and Josh's way of thinking. He has a very distinct (written) voice. Sometimes, however... it goes on for too long and unnecessarily. So this is why it's three stars. Don't get me wrong: this book was MUCH better than the last one and Living With The Dead continues being one of my fave zombie series ever. Totally recommended it. And on that lovely note... I want to start the next one!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Patricia A. Dickerson

    Too Much Introspection I've been muddling my way through this series, as I feel as though I've committed myself to it. Unfortunately I think this where I get off the train. While I love the survival side, all of the self introspection stuff is becoming a bit too much. I found myself just scrolling through the dribble-drabble hoping to quickly get to the end. How much of Josh's every single thought should we be subjected to? It's a great storyline, however I think too much time is spent in Josh's Too Much Introspection I've been muddling my way through this series, as I feel as though I've committed myself to it. Unfortunately I think this where I get off the train. While I love the survival side, all of the self introspection stuff is becoming a bit too much. I found myself just scrolling through the dribble-drabble hoping to quickly get to the end. How much of Josh's every single thought should we be subjected to? It's a great storyline, however I think too much time is spent in Josh's mind. I almost had a breakdown myself just reading his incessant thoughts. There are other characters I believe are interesting and should be developed a little more.

  11. 4 out of 5

    C.M. Wright

  12. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Whelan

  13. 4 out of 5

    Aisha Young

  14. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  15. 5 out of 5

    Robert Quigley

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mikki

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marie

  18. 4 out of 5

    Darcy Leerhoff

  19. 5 out of 5

    Darrel Hunt

  20. 4 out of 5

    Darla Willhite yehl

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tremont G

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tamika

  23. 5 out of 5

    Roz Fowler

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sara L Lucy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jan Blake

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Nally

  27. 5 out of 5

    Gloria Hendel

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Trotter

    I hope the action picks back up in the next book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dai Matthews

  30. 5 out of 5

    Toni

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