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The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse By Steven Schlozman Andrea Sparacio The Zombie Autopsies Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse As the walking dead rise up throughout the world a few brave doctors attempt to find a cure by applying forensic techniques to captured zombies On a remote island a crack medical team has been sent t
  • Title: The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse
  • Author: Steven Schlozman Andrea Sparacio
  • ISBN: 9780446564663
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse By Steven Schlozman Andrea Sparacio As the walking dead rise up throughout the world, a few brave doctors attempt to find a cure by applying forensic techniques to captured zombies On a remote island a crack medical team has been sent to explore a radical theory that could uncover a cure for the epidemic Based on the team s research and the observations of renowned zombie expert Dr Stanley Blum, THE ZOMBIAs the walking dead rise up throughout the world, a few brave doctors attempt to find a cure by applying forensic techniques to captured zombies On a remote island a crack medical team has been sent to explore a radical theory that could uncover a cure for the epidemic Based on the team s research and the observations of renowned zombie expert Dr Stanley Blum, THE ZOMBIE AUTOPSIES documents for the first time the unique biology of zombie organisms.Detailed drawings of the internal organs of actual zombies provide an accurate anatomy of these horrifying creatures Zombie brains, hearts, lungs, skin, and digestive system are shown, while Dr Blum s notes reveal shocking insights into how they function even as Blum and his colleagues themselves begin to succumb to the plague.No one knows the ultimate fate of Dr Blum or his researchers But now that his notebook, THE ZOMBIE AUTOPSIES, has been made available to the UN, the World Health Organization, and the general public, his scientific discoveries may be the last hope for humans on earth.
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    1. i love the idea behind this book, it just wasn t much fun for me to read but then, i am a zombie nerd, not a neuro nerd neurd it is not because of the lack of whizz bang zombie attacks war z did not have any zombie action as such, and i still really enjoyed it in that book, there were so many unexpected facets of zombie aftermath touched upon,it showed that a great deal of thought about All Things Zombies the best of all NPR shows had been taken into consideration this one was single minded, an [...]

    2. I want to write a really good review for this book but I m not actually going to This is a high brow zombie book, or at least midlevel there is medical terminology one review says way too much, one review says way too little, so fuck it s a little bit goldilocks The pictures are beautiful The U.N resolution at the end is as far as I can tell which isn t any further than model u.n written correctly It addressing really interesting questions like are zombies human a question no other zombie novel [...]

    3. I can t believe I put Jane Eyre on hold to check this out I m not sure I really like how it was formatted with boring letters form the UN, a journal that could have been intriguing and a smattering of letters and journal entries and official papers in the end It felt a bit disorganized When a book is mainly epistolary and is supposed to contain different sources it should be organized according to how you want to readers to feel in the beginning, the middle, and when they finally close the book [...]

    4. 3 StarsI liked this book because it was different to anything else I have read about Zombies It comes from a completely different perspective to be precise a medical journal.Even though I knew this was a journal I still expected some brutal Zombie action Zombies are brutal There was little action in this but the artwork was nice and detailed.To be completely honest, it became way too scientific for me which meant the majority of the explanations went over my head and it became boring fairly qui [...]

    5. Being a fan of zombies, I thought this sounded like a cool idea Blurbs from zombie heavy hitters like Max Brooks and George Romero on the cover made me think this was going to be better than it was Sometime in the spring and summer of 2011, a zombie apocalypse has occurred The zombie virus, called ANSD, has wiped out two thirds of the world s population A team of scientists, sequestered on an island, were tasked with doing autopsies on living Stage IV ANSD infected patients aka the NLH or No Lon [...]

    6. Written by a Harvard psychiatry professor, this book has a different spin than most in the zombie genre It s not so much a thriller, with bands of refugees racing through the streets trying to stay alive and find a safe haven, as it is a fictional discourse on science and ethics Told through the diaries of a neuroanatomist on an isolated research facility in the Indian Ocean, the story focuses on autopsies undertaken to determine just what pathogens are involved in the disease Schlozman adds a d [...]

    7. How do zombies live How can they survive the massive infection they must have Why are they so hungry when a typical animal that sick would stop eating And why do they hold their arms up in front of them These are some of the questions explored in The Zombie Autopsies, a horror novel structured as a packet for researchers attending a meeting to discuss the fate of humanity during a zombie epidemic.The author has a medical background, so the focus is on zombiism as a disease process The writing is [...]

    8. An interesting concept research notes and government reports as horror novel But as a wise person once said, A concept is not a story I felt the book needed much narrative and many fewer footnotes The anatomical drawings of zombie autopsies in progress complete with the subject glaring at the dissector were appropriately gory and creepy I like my shambling zombie tales with decaying meat on their bones, so I give it only two stars.

    9. The book is very different than most zombie fiction you ll find It s not driven so much by plot It does not contain much of the psychological deterioration of survivors or a action based storyline that we are familiar with already This book comprises of the diaries of a scientist, who details his autopsies as well as describes a little about what the environment is like with the other remaining scientists and the zombies.I m not sure if there was much difference having an inexperienced anatomis [...]

    10. I m a detail oriented, scientific minded sort of person, which is why this type of book is right up my alley I love pseudo realistic books detailing the science behind fictional subjects, such as zombiism And, honestly, the way The Zombie Autopsies reads, it could easily be taken as fact, especially considering the wackos out there today, with their private labs and endless funds, who are tampering with any number of deadly viruses and toxins, mutating them into even deadly forms with the help [...]

    11. The Zombie Autopsies focuses on the private, hand written diary of Dr Stanley Blum, the last scientist sent to the United Nations Sanctuary on the island of Bassas da India in the Indian Ocean where researchers from the UN and the World Health Organization are conducting autopsies on fully animated zombies to find a cure for the living dead plague that has ravished a third of mankind Everyone else who has ever traveled to the sanctuary has become infected and eventually turned into a zombie, so [...]

    12. The zombie apocalypse has happened One third of all humans have become zombies or NLH No Longer Humans Scientists have been selected to go to an island in the south pacific call the Crypt There, they are to find out how humans are being turned into zombies and to find a vaccine for those humans left This is based on the journal of scientist Dr Stanley Blum Stanley was part of a three party group planned to go to the Crypt But two of the three helicopters went down in transit to the Crypt When th [...]

    13. At the start, this book was really something special It promised to be a look into the phenomenon of Zombiism as a medical condition during the so called Zombie Apocalypse Besides cool ideas, it even contained illustrations which were graphically detailed and often repulsive, but really cool for those with a fascination in the grotesque or the anatomy However, all promise quickly faded as I continued to read Everything that seemed so cool pages before quickly became labored and boring In fact, I [...]

    14. The book was very intriguing from an anatomical and physiological point of view We ve all been curious as to how a zombie becomes a zombie and this book gives some good insight into how that could possibly happen Dr Schlozman put a lot of thought into how being a zombie affects homeostasis as a whole I am very excited about his next book to see where he takes the microbiology of the ANSD virus The anatomical and physiological terms are deeper than the average person would understand, but not too [...]

    15. I picked up an ARC of this book and read it when I was in the mood for something really dark It delivered This short read is full disgustingly gruesome details that only a medical profession could write about this convincingly The medical details are clearly explained in text, but are sufficient to give the book credibility Ultimately this is the story of a team of doctors fighting to understand a horrifying disease that they are succumbing to themselves It is a disease that will rob them of the [...]

    16. For me, Zombies are only mildly scary They seem slow and dumb, and generally interior to most nightmare creatures The writing style and presentation of this book, both in formatting, and typeface designed to look like pencil notebook entries, gives this a little flair to start but the charm, if it can be called such, dies quickly Quicker in fact than an infected zombie might There was a bit of technical knowledge being written by an actual M.D that at first made the whole thing seem believable [...]

    17. A failed attempt at the going crazy journal In this case, a going crazy becoming zombie journal This is pretty boring all around It s hard to be interested in the characters, since two of them die before the autopsies even start, and another two are already infected and so sick they don t contribute much to the story, other than losing consciousness being febrile all the time I think the endless reiteration about how the zombies have to be alive during their autopsies is meant to be shocking, bu [...]

    18. I can see why The Zombie Autopsies got such mixed reviews This is a book that will only appeal to zombie fans who also possess an interest in medical science If you don t have that combined with at least very basic medical and anatomic knowledge, this book will 1 bore and 2 confuse you It s than a bit dry, frankly it was written by a doctor and reads like it, like a scientific report, even at the exciting parts But that s the way it should read this is a record of a scientific study fictionaliz [...]

    19. Well, it started off well At first, it made me feel like I was reading some top secret medical journal, because that is exactly how it s written However, that got a little old It s written like a government document that contains a journal from a medical researcher.I liked the ending, but it doesn t hit you in a powerful way There is very minimal character development, but I didn t really mind.Also, Steven Schlozman is very intelligent I would only recommend this book to people who are really in [...]

    20. A quick read, but also a boring read Since the story is mostly a doctor s journal entries, you don t get to know any characters Most of the writing is medical in nature and there is very little action It is mostly just description of medical autopsies Even the pencil illustrations of the zombies were not enough to interest me Pass this book up and pick almost any other zombie book that has come out in the last couple years and it will be a billion times interesting.

    21. Not for most people You have to love horror fiction and neuroscience, which I do, so it was a fun, quick, read The story was of a sketch and the world wasn t fully developed Really it felt like a quasi drunken conversation with a friend in a PhD in the waning hours of a party about zombies and biology The grad school equivalent of my high school conversations about which super hero would win in a melee style fight There, now I ve admitted to being a nerd.

    22. This book was not at all what I was anticipating I thought it was going to be riveting but instead it was 100% mediocre It was also totally repetitive and, well, it was just not interesting I managed to finish the diary part but did not spend time with the fake appendix type of stuff at the end Disappointed

    23. Oh my, I really really loved this awesome book that explores the reason we like zombies so much The author wrote this scientific story of how realistically the zombie apocalypse could happen if it were related to the flu or rather if it was a virus that took over the brainor a combination of things Absolute best afterword, and thank you ever written The author was right on when he mentioned that as humans when we think that leads us to screw up via fast vs slow zombies and which is scary I woul [...]

    24. I bought this intrigued by Dr Schlozman s possible medical explanation of Zombies I found that fantastically interesting Unfortunately that was only about the first half of an already small book It s really of a great novella coupled with painfully less interesting filler glossaries, faux UN resolutions, etc Dr Schlozman s narrative is great would have been an excellent addition to a collection or anthology, but isn t enough to carry the full book.

    25. Me captur en las primeras diez p ginas y me dej en las siguientes, esperaba mucho m s de la historia, realmente tuvo un inicio prometedor que disfrut , pero a menudo que avanzaba con el libro, la trama es m s y m s de lo que muchos ya me han contado Hay un cap tulo de The Walkig Dead que resume todo el libro, y creo que mejor me vuelvo a ver ese cap tulo antes que volver a leer este libro.Las ilustraciones me gustaron Los documentos anexos al final del libro est n dem s.

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