Essay about Book Analysis of World War Z by Max Brooks

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World War Z was written by Max Brooks and published in 2007. Max has two other books that are also about surviving a zombie apocalypse. The general maxim about zombie apocalypse books is that they are for pure entertainment; however, his books carry hidden messages that pertain to modern society. World War Z is an exceptional book of entertainment and knowledge. The book was created into a motion picture starring Brad Pitt because of the much kudos that Max Brooks received from readers.
No book has captivated the zombie apocalypse better than World War Z. Max Brooks creatively presents “a worldwide zombie pandemic from outbreak to aftermath” (Boyd, Tristan). His book encompasses many social and political themes in the world today. The book
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World War Z was written by Max Brooks and published in 2007. Max has two other books that are also about surviving a zombie apocalypse. The general maxim about zombie apocalypse books is that they are for pure entertainment; however, his books carry hidden messages that pertain to modern society. World War Z is an exceptional book of entertainment and knowledge. The book was created into a motion picture starring Brad Pitt because of the much kudos that Max Brooks received from readers.
No book has captivated the zombie apocalypse better than World War Z. Max Brooks creatively presents “a worldwide zombie pandemic from outbreak to aftermath” (Boyd, Tristan). His book encompasses many social and political themes in the world today. The book reveals true fear and shows the strength of the human race.
World War Z was written as a collection of stories from all around the world about the war against zombies. These stories cover the events that happened before and after the war. I really appreciate how Brooks took the initiative to describe the initial stages of the infestation all the way through the aftermath. This full cycle provides an insightful vision of our world’s situation if a zombie invasion were to occur. Such a style of the writing is captivating because of its uniqueness and details. I think Brooks was able to cover many different viewpoints of the encounters with the zombies. Since these viewpoints came from many countries all around the world, I felt like I was in
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