Shattered Hourglass (Day by Day Armageddon Series) [J. L. Bourne, James Snyder] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In a desperate bid to. Book 3 of the acclaimed military thrillers of the zombie apocalypse from the author of Day by Day Armageddon and Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile!. This is the third book in author J.L. Bourne’s Day by Day Armageddon series – here’s links to my reviews of the first and second books.
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Kil’s friend Kil ended up just being a bit of a prickthe Afghani terrorist turned Kil’s secret love crush, was useless. To view it, click here. Luckily, it still worked. Sep 14, Badseedgirl rated it it was ok.
If you’ve read the first two installments and liked them, don’t read the third! However it did succeed in giving me a mild nightmare lol. Yeah, he shot a few zombies, big deal. Chopper went down in the badlands.
An operation was at this very moment underway to uncover the chain of events that brought humanity to the brink, maybe beyond. Please change the title of the series. No longer a journal written by Kil in fact not much from him at all in this book.
Shattered Hourglass marks an important change in the series. Even before that, with the aircraft carrier, things jumped at an amazing pace. This is still one of the better zombie series out there. I might have to check out Newsflesh. Aber diese Ausschweifungen von Marken der Waffen war mir J.
I am at page and have to say I have not reached the good stuff. Reply But from what I understand the production is fantastic and they have great readers.
I found it hard to keep track of all the locations, the characters, their missions, and what was currently going on.
It takes place in several locations around the globe, with a number of major set piece action scenes. A reasonable end to the series, though this felt a bit rushed toward the end with a lot of action happening off the page. Day by Day Armageddon Bourne. And here is this guy Kil that over the trilogy became a freaking technical genius, but didn’t figure out for quite a while the reference his neighbor from the beginning of first book, who somehow by odd chance became the armageedon guy on another ship had sent no matter how terribly simple the encrypted messages he was sending him.
There were so many different story lines going on it almost felt diluted and the addition of more technical jargon lost me in a few places, too. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. It’s an odd choice given the story generally did a good job focusing on shatyered people for all three books. The story was all about the individual struggles of the protagonist as he adjusts to a post-apocalyptic world.
A final thing that really makes me think of this as such a great book is that it was not only well written and shxttered, but that it adds something to the Zombie lit genre. The rider appeared jumpy and hyperaware of his surroundings. The only action Kil saw was that he was on the last and most uneventful end story in history.
Day by Day Armageddon: Shattered Hourglass
Dead Winter Mad Swine Book 2. Any ways, at the end of book two the story was at a point where it needed to switch narration styles if the story was going to dah continued. Like the previous two books, Shattered Hourglass continues the mix of zombies with military hardware and gun savvy author that has made the series so much fun.
The many canal structures still remained at the whim of the elements, showing creeping signs of decay and neglect. The eyes were the last stop.
I was beginning to think for sure we were being set up for a book 4 and I wouldn’t be surprised if there still will bebut rest assured there is closure in the various story lines raised in “Shattered Hourglass. Gone is the gritty, visceral struggle for survival, replaced instead by a cookie-cutter military novel plotline, replete with cartoonish bad guy trying to take over the world. I am just happy that it is over with and I can move onto something just as interesting.
I didn’t find the ending greatly satisfying other than the Remote Six outcome. But I think the biggest reason for that is the huge shift in the author’s writing style. I was totally let down by this.
It could hear a noise in the distance, something familiar—a nanosecond flash of audible recognition, then it was gone and forgotten. We still get the journal perspective of the main character, Kil, but it’s mixed in with the perspective of other characters – John, his tech savvy bunker mate, members of two different special ops teams, and others.
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It was chopped up so much with the jumping around that armagefdon was easy to get that much read. Other reviews have mentioned that the ending is a little anti-climactic. At some point in the second book, the main character leaves a note saying “Kilroy was here”, causing a new character to call him Kilroy.
There was no story worth speaking of.
Get our latest book recommendations, author news, and competitions right to your inbox. All in all, it’s another enjoyable entry and worthy of attention from the zombie fan, action fan, and survivalist set. The marines going to Hotel 23 was also a decent subplot. It comes too soon and leaves you wanting for more.
Shattered Hourglass (Day by Day Armageddon, book 3) by J L Bourne
If you want to see what a good written journal type zombie book is like, read the last book I read, “Apocalypse Z” review upcoming. And that is what I think this book was, a book full of filler.
Holding Their Own V: I don’t want to sound like I hated this book. It anchored and replicated in the brain, but only in the sections where primal instinct developed and was hourglass via DNA and electrochemical switches from eons of evolution.