World War Moo ePUB º World War PDF or

World War Moo ePUB º World War  PDF or It began with a cow that just wouldn t die Yep That s right They re still un dead, and now the disease has spread to humans The epidemic that transformed Britain s bovine population into a blood thirsty, brain grazing, zombie hordeerrzombie herd is threatening to take over the globe in Michael Logan s World War Moo And there s not much time left to stop it All of Great Britain is infected and hungry The rest of the world has a tough choice to make Should they nuke the brits right off the map men, women, children, cows and all in the biggest genocide in history Or should they risk global infection in a race against time to find a cure With hungry zombies attempting to cross borders by plains, trains, boats, and any other form of transport available, it s only a matter of time before the virus gets out And if it does, there s only one answer This means war


10 thoughts on “World War Moo

  1. Mark Lawrence Mark Lawrence says:

    I loved the first book in this series with reservations In the second book the reservations are gone.With comedy the absurd what I look for apart from the obvious it has to be FUNNY is a consistent level I can buy int


  2. Michael Logan Michael Logan says:

    PISSED UP EDIT I m now just drunk enough to give my own book full marks, even though I m British and subscribe to the down with that sort of thing attitude If I haven t removed the rating by the time you read this, either I h


  3. Steve Steve says:

    I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.World War Moo, the sequel to the outstanding Apocalypse Cow, continues the story of bloodthirsty zombie cows running rampant in England In this second volume, the virus


  4. Marc-Antoine Marc-Antoine says:

    I am surprised with how the author has taken a ridiculous premise and surrounded with a well crafted story, characters you care about and delved into important existential questions such as our humanity Humorous, but still thought provoking,


  5. Paul Paul says:

    A fun read.I really enjoyed Apocalypse Cow a few years back, the deserved winner of the Terry Pratchett Prize Its taken a few years but the follow on finally made its way out Like its predecessor the book contains a certain amount of absurdity, the


  6. Ellie Ellie says:

    The follow up to Apocalypse Cow sees Britain attempting to hold back the rest of the world from destroying them in order to prevent the virus spreading For the time being, it s contained by the sea, patrolled by military vessels set on shooting anyone who a


  7. Jessica Chancellor Jessica Chancellor says:

    I m gonna go ahead and add thisSPOILER ALERT Alrighty, that s out of the way The only disappointment I had was it didn t have the same level of humor as the first one, although it did have its fare share of great lines, but that s pretty much the only issue I had A


  8. Paul Paul says:

    Way back in 2012 I read Apocalypse Cow by Michael Logan I was immediately jealous Why Well, I ve only ever had one idea for a story of my own It was called Grains and was going to be about vegetarian zombies they are scarier than you think, dammit Then along comes Logan wi


  9. Lainy Lainy says:

    Time taken to read 3 days Blurb from GoodreadsIt began with a cow that just wouldn t die Yep That s right They re still infected, and now the disease has spread to humans The epidemic that transformed Britain s bovine population into a blood thirsty, brain grazing, zombie hordeerr


  10. Tim Roast Tim Roast says:

    World War Moo is the second book in the Apocalypse Cow series If you ve read the first you know what to expect from this one, zombies, OTT characters taking the mickey out of each other and cows This story begins where it left off in the previous book, the zombie outbreak that started in


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