The Ark is a secret Ministry bunker hidden deep beneath the streets of London and humanity’s last hope for survival. Sealed inside, a small team oversees 5,000 cryogenically frozen humans whilst the world above disintegrates. But, as bunker fever spreads through the concrete walls of the Ark, those still awake begin to wonder if they’d be safer on the outside. Random murdeThe Ark is a secret Ministry bunker hidden deep beneath the streets of London and humanity’s last hope for survival. Sealed inside, a small team oversees 5,000 cryogenically frozen humans whilst the world above disintegrates. But, as bunker fever spreads through the concrete walls of the Ark, those still awake begin to wonder if they’d be safer on the outside. Random murders, claustrophobic violence and plastic mannequins... far too many plastic mannequins. Polyester flares and the Osmonds aren’t the only things to be afraid of in 1975....
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*4.5 StarsThis is what I love about the Year of the Zombie, getting introduced to the psyches of new to me authors and seeing the unique, novel approach that each one takes to the end of the world as we know it.Sean T. Page goes somewhere completely different with 1975. It’s not about the zombies, it’s not even about human interaction, 1975 is about one man’s head. Cole is one of the lucky ones. Because of his skill set, he was able to get a spot in the bunker and has been saved from the ravenous zombie hordes. Sean T. Page explores Cole’s mind. How does someone handle the isolation? What would you do if cabin fever set in?1975 was a fun book to read. It is filled with mystery, humor and shock. The author put me right in the middle of Cole’s mind. I truly felt his confusion, loneliness and paranoia. I was questioning reality right along with Cole.This is what zombie books are all about. The zombies are not the real monsters. The survivors are all far more dangerous.
Man, I was digging on this story. I thought it was far out! O.k., that's about all the 70's speak I've got in me. One very odd, "for me anyways," fun fact. While reading this tale, I was also singing in my head,"as I do" a Bay City Rollers song, and then the author was writing about a BCR poster. I'd like to know the odds on something like that ever happening again! This story was a bit eerie starting off, but slowly I started realizing that something was messed up down in the Ark. I liked how the whole thing played out. The ending was definitely outta sight! Yep, I'd recommend this story and author.Matter of fact, I enjoyed the writing enough to download another of the authors books.
1975 is Septembers offering to the Year of the Zombie. It is turn for Sean T Page to step up to the plate and see what he can deliver.I'm sorry to say this is my least favourite of this serries so far the story seemed shallow and undeveloped when compared to the others. It was interesting with a nice narrative transition near the end. Not a waste of time but it is a read that can wait.
Eerily GoodFantastic short story. Starts off as a standard zombie thriller, and gradually mutates into a genuinely disturbing psychological thriller. Fantastic