Free Read [Nonfiction Book] ß Apocalipsis Z: Dark Days - by Manel Loureiro ð

By Manel Loureiro | Comments: ( 735 ) | Date: ( May 27, 2020 )

The electrifying sequel to international best seller Apocalypse ZThe Russian spawned virus that kills swiftly then ghoulishly resurrects its victims as ravenous cannibals has breached international borders.The infernal progression From outbreak to epidemic and pandemic to sheer panic, the virus has shredded global civilization Promised safe havens become deathtraps, lawleThe electrifying sequel to international best seller Apocalypse ZThe Russian spawned virus that kills swiftly then ghoulishly resurrects its victims as ravenous cannibals has breached international borders.The infernal progression From outbreak to epidemic and pandemic to sheer panic, the virus has shredded global civilization Promised safe havens become deathtraps, lawlessness crumbles any remaining symbol of authority, and political violence in Spain threatens to erupt in civil war.Trapped In the thick of the deadly madness, the young lawyer finds himself escaping to the Canary Islands in a stolen chopper with a motley crew made up of his Persian cat Lucullus, Ukrainian pilot Viktor Prit Pritchenko, 17 year old beautiful distraction Lucia, and Sister Cecilia, who was trained as a nurse The distant isle of Lanzarote is rud to be the only refuge out of the virus s reach But with relentlessly multiplying hordes of the living dead and equally fatal human treachery blocking their every move, their quest for survival is quickly becoming a suicide mission.

  • Title: Apocalipsis Z: Dark Days
  • Author: Manel Loureiro
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Manel Loureiro

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 Televisi n de Galicia and behind the scenes as a writer His Apocalypse Z trilogy The Beginning of the End, Dark Days, and The Wrath of the Just took him from the blogosphere to bestsellerdom, earning him acclaim as the Spanish Stephen King by La Voz de Galicia Loureiro continues to reside in his native Pontevedra.Manel Loureiro trabaja como abogado en Pontevedra Mientras estudiaba derecho en la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, compatibiliz sus estudios con varios trabajos de televisi n, primero como presentador de diversos programas y m s tarde como guionista, momento en el que descubri su faceta como escritor Apocalipsis Z es su primera novela, tras haberse convertido en un fen meno de culto en Internet, donde ha sido le da por miles de personas de todo el mundo.

Comments Apocalipsis Z: Dark Days

  • Jennifer

    First of all, I enjoyed Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End. So of course I wanted to read what was going to happen next. We still have our characters, The Lawyer, The Ukrainian, The Girl (Inserting eye roll, she is only mildly irritating), The Nun, and The Cat. 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 ma [...]

  • Veeral

    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. After refreshing the reader’s memory, this book picks-up right where the first one left-off.I like my zombie books like this – traditional zombie fare, if I may call it that. Last time I tried to read a book where an author did something “different” with a zombie apocalypse, [...]

  • Vagner Stefanello

    Review in Portuguese from Desbravando Livros:Logo após o fim da 6ª temporada do seriado The Walking Dead e seguindo nessa vibe de apocalipse zumbi, resolvi dar sequência à série Apocalipse Z, do autor espanhol Manel Loureiro, que começou com o excelente livro O Princípio do Fim:, que foi resenhado aqui no blog um bom tempo atrás.Depois de sair da sua cidade (Pontevepedra) para escapar dos zumbis que o rodeavam, nosso advogado partiu em busca de refúgio, apenas para descobrir que o resto [...]

  • Timothy Ward

    Reviewed at Adventures in Scifi PublishingTwo zombie books in a row, I know. Blame the narrator, Nick Podehl, whose gift for giving voice to suspense could keep me glued to the Golf Channel. It turns out my fandom is not alone, Nick has won multiple Earphones Award, Best Voices of the Year awards. Add to this The Walking Dead’s season finale leaving a void in my zombie adventures and this story was ripe to be enjoyed.Dark Days (Apocalypse Z) by Manel Loureiro is a tough one to rate because the [...]

  • Chrissieskleinewelt

    Rezi: chrissies-kleine-welt/?p=2048Zuallererst: ACHTUNG! Dies ist meine Buchmeinung zum zweiten Teil der Apokalypse Z-Reihe von Manel Loureiro. Da man Rückschlüsse auf Teil 1 ziehen könnte, ist der folgende Text auf eigene Gefahr hin zu lesen, Spoiler zum ersten Teil sind definitiv nicht ausgeschlossen.Nachdem der erzählende Protagonist zusammen mit Prit, Lucía, Schwester Cecilia und seiner Katze Lùculo dem europäischen Festland entkommen konnten wartet auf Teneriffa eine andere Zuflucht [...]

  • Cheryl

    Disappointed with this sequelI really enjoyed the first book in this series "Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End." Told in epistolary format, with a series of blog and then journal entries, this first book allowed the reader to follow the thought processes of the main protagonist - an unnamed lawyer - as the world is taken over by the Undead.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 [...]

  • Hudson

    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.

  • Shana Festa

    Manel Loureiro gives us Dark Days, book 2 in the Apocalypse Z series. 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 i [...]

  • Matimate

    The second book was a bit surprise. I was expecting the journal like style of the first and the same thrill, but the book was novel like. It was not bad per se but still it missed the charm of the first. The four survivors lawyer guy plus Ukrainian, seventeen years old gal and nun made it to the dreamed safty of Canary Island. The plot twisted in unexpected direction and it was not only undead plague but also the politics of the living which put them in to the mortal danger. Only first three mad [...]

  • Sebastian

    Por muchas quejas que hay en cuanto a esa novela, debo admitir que se lee casi de golpe. Sí, sí, el argumento es de una peli barata de cine B, la acción es poco creíble, los personajes son casi caricaturas hechas de cartón (particularmente con la “alma eslava” – y eso os dice un eslavo), las paginas rebosan con soluciones de tipo deus ex, etc. etc. etc. Sin embargo, hay algo en el estilo de Loureiro que me empuja a continuar con la lectura, a ver qué sucederá a pesar de que todo el [...]

  • Tracy

    Every zombie book ends up going in one of three directions: survivalist mode, where the protagonist goes it alone forever and dies or something, religion mode, where a cult is involved and the protagonist joins the cult the realizes how much of a screw up it is and tries to leave or they meet another group of survivors and come together and crazy shit happens. Well, this book has a little of everything but nothing of the original.Don't get me wrong, it's not that it *wasn't* a good book, as with [...]

  • Lissa

    I wanted to like this book more than I did. I enjoyed the first book in the series, primarily because it is different from most zombie books; the setting (Europe instead of the United States) and the main character (a cat-loving lawyer who refuses to leave his feline companion behind) both set it apart from many of the books in the same genre. And the zombie action was pretty decent, too.But this book spends way too much time on politics and too little time on zombies. Once the foursome (plus ca [...]

  • Cheryl

    Dark Days is the second book in the Apocalypse Z series. I never read the first book but it was easy to quickly piece together the whole story. I picked up this book because one of my current obsessions is zombies. Well I did get zombies but not as much as I expected. I was expecting the zombies to be gruesome and in your face. They were not. In fact, I kind of found them tame and boring. Not what you want to hear from a zombie book. Reasonif the zombies are not somewhat scary or original then w [...]

  • Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee

    Uggh. I wanted to love this book. I was ready and prepared to really like it but it was not a good fit. The writing was not bad, per se. It worked best when I heard it in my head in a sexy Spanish accent. So that was good. But the shifting from first-person to third-person was yucky. It seldom works. At least I can't think of a book where it was carried off well at the moment. But I didn't feel it worked here. And given the brevity of the book (which I was ultimately thankful for) these sections [...]

  • Olethros

    -Cambiando el registro general respecto a la primera parte.-Género. Ciencia-Ficción.Lo que nos cuenta. Los supervivientes del primer volumen de esta saga consiguen llegar en helicóptero a las Islas Canarias, buscando algún resquicio de organización en España que les permita sobrevivir a la plaga zombi con algo más de seguridad. Tras un aterrizaje más revuelto y peligroso de lo previsto, descubren que en la zona hay elementos de diferentes nacionalidades y que se ha establecido un orden p [...]

  • Carlos Rioja

    Tenía cierto interés en leer este libro porque «Apocalipsis Z», a pesar de su pobreza literaria, tenía su gracia y resultaba entretenido. Sin embargo, esta segunda parte, en lugar de mejorar, abunda en los errores de la primera y además añade otros nuevos al tratar de ampliar la trama e introducir elementos políticos. Así, al ir acercándome al final pensaba «a ver qué cosa absurda sucede ahora» en lugar de sentir preocupación por los protagonistas, como sí que me pasó con el prim [...]

  • Selenitachan

    definitivamente el primero es muchísimo mejor, este libro te ayuda a saber como continúa pero no le llega ni a la suela de los zapatos al primero. Con lo bien que acaba el primero parece que últimamente ya no saben como acabar las historias de zombis. Una lástima, porque este libro podría haber sido fantástico, sin embargo se queda en una pobre segunda parte. Sin duda, merece la pena leerlo, pero por otra parte, explica muchas cosas que no vienen a cuento. Si teneis curiosidad y tiempo lib [...]

  • MaríaSanz

    Absolutamente trepidante esta segunda parte de Apocalipsis Z. El ùltimo tercio lo he leído de un tirón sin poder despegarme de él, a costa de dejar un poco abandonados a mis amigos de Twitter, que espero sepan disculparme.Y ya no voy a escribir más, porque tengo que ir corriendo a leer Apocalipsis Z La ira de los justos, ya que Los días oscuros termina con un enorme "cliffhanger" y no puedo esperar a saber que es lo que pasa.

  • Laytainhe

    Como fastidiar un libro politizando el asunto Pues así. No, en serio Terminé el libro super cabreada con el tema De hecho, no pienso ni leer la tercera parte. Y menos con curas de por medio, que ya imagino por donde va a salir el tema. No gracias. Para leer sobre su opinión política mejor hágase un blog o lo que quiera. No escriba en un libro de supervivencia zombie. El primero genial eso no lo voy a discutir.

  • Carlos JG

    Sencillamente fabuloso. No podrás parar de leer ni un segundo y devorarás cada una de sus páginas con avidezQue grande es Manel Loureiro

  • Patricia

    2'5, en realidad.Me esperaba más. Lo poco positivo que puedo decir es que se lee rápido. Y ya.

  • Deff✨

    It was cliche zombie book but don't get me wrong I love cliche zombie books. It's just the constant change of narration that makes me a little disappointed that's all ;)

  • José Yeray

    I found that the final part ended a bit abruptly, but overall it was incredibly exciting to read.

  • Rebecca Mazzarella

    recensione completa qui: lunaticamente/recensiFinito di leggere in tre giorni senza il coraggio di staccare gli occhi dalle pagine.Ogni capitolo richiamava il seguente e ogni mossa aveva una inaspettata conseguenza.Devo dire che con questo libro non è per nulla calata la mia attenzione nei confronti della saga perché si sa, tranne in casi fortuiti, quanto possa essere deludente il secondo volume.Questo però non accade.E' il continuato della vicenda di queste 4 persone sopravvissute (più un g [...]

  • RJ

    The author has dropped the journal style and moved to a survivor’s POV style instead. We begin with Lucita who was rescued from the hospitals kitchen where she and a Nun had been hiding and surviving for several weeks. Now the hardy group consists of four survivors, five if you count the cat. The lawyer, the pilot, the young woman Lucita who becomes romantically involved with the lawyer, and the Nun. Our intrepid group flees the hospital in fear of being overrun by the horde of infected closin [...]

  • LaIrish

    Hasta ahora , de lasjores sagas sobre zombies escritas. Te deja en tensión constantemente y con un sufrimiento que pocos libros consiguen transmitir. El final me ha dejado sin palabras, menos mal que tengo la tercera ( Y ULTIMA, MUY A MI PESAR) para continuarlo y ver como acaba esta maravillosa historia de amistad.

  • Vincent Ferrari

    Not as good as the first, but it's a direct continuation.Didn't like the POV shift from story to story and there's a little too much political stuff and not enough undead stuff. Also the tension and terror from the first seems to have lessened a lot.Overall, not bad, a good continuation, and one I enjoyed.

  • Julie Laporte

    Not as good as book 1, but I expected as much. A few unique elements to the zombie apocalypse found here, however, a largely predictable, but still intriguing, read. Not my favorite of the zombie sub-genre but still entertaining for me.

  • William

    Being a different world view of the unread was great idea but the story is hindered by too much telling the story over showing and the split between 1st person and third upsets the flow. i was disappointed in what could have been a great zombie story.

  • Casey

    Abrupt ending Shorter than expected, hopefully 3 rd book will be a little better. Still has me wanting more information, need to know how they end up.

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