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Blog Goodreads Twitter Youtube View all 46 comments. May 30, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it really liked it. The worst thing about this book is that I mentally read it with a Southern drawl.
It is unbelievably annoying. Most of the time, I go into a book with certain expectations. I have to admit, the premise didn't sound that great to me.
Zombies are boring. Civil-war era America even after a zombie apocalypse doesn't sound terribly awesome either.
So I have to admit I started this book with a whole lot of skepticism, and The worst thing about this book is that I mentally read it with a Southern drawl.
So I have to admit I started this book with a whole lot of skepticism, and the first 50 pages fulfilled my expectations. The heroine is kind of annoying.
The other characters don't seem that great. But then, to my great surprise it became really good.
The book caught me with the first zombie fight scene. It is damned hard to make that exciting. Tbh most zombie series are pretty boring to me.
I ain't scurred of anything I can outrun, and considering I go to the gym and do massive amounts of cardio in preparation for the zombie apocalypse, of course.
The Zombie Survival Guide book recommends cardio , I can pretty much outrun anything you can imagine. So the concept of shambling braaaaaaaaaains zombie really isn't that terrifying to me.
The worst thing about a zombie apocalypse would be not being able to shower regularly tbh. The premise is that there's a zombie apocalypse but the US has pretty much recovered, the cities are safe.
Zombies here called shamblers are still wandering around, and blah blah something Act passed and now our half-black heroine, Jane is at a finishing school of sorts where one learns to kill zombies and become a fancy Attendant to white ladies.
It is a task easier said than done. There is a lot more action than I expected. The mystery is interesting. Jane herself is kind of bitchy which I hated at first but that is reined in by her self-awareness.
She recognizes her own biases and tries to reason with herself. She is an incredibly strong, confident character.
And speaking of biases, Katherine another girl at the finishing school, who is initially Jane's rival. She is beautiful, a golden-haired, light-eyed black girl who can "pass" as white.
I really liked the way Jane and Katherine's relationship develops. The mystery is compelling. The friendship well-build.
The romance believable and barely noticeable. This was a really fun read, besides the Southern accent in which I read it. View all 15 comments.
In my own home state, even! Omar Ali Hello, is this book,short short or what? I need short story about racism, please can help me. Oct 31, AM.
You know the Civil War, right? The North starts battling the South in order to abolish slavery. There is blood, there is gore, there is loss and there are Quick thingy here: does anyone actually remember that Scooby-Doo f 3.
Quick thingy here: does anyone actually remember that Scooby-Doo film though? That particular one when the whole gang travels to Zombie Island?
If yes, I swear to God, the atmosphere of the book felt exactly the same to me. It even had a slight scare-factor the film has.
Anyway, back to it, this book is good though. I mean, it has a killer potential. The idea of the plot is interesting enough and the world is built with historical accuracy.
This whole system was based on the already existent in our real-life chain of re educational schools for the Native Americans across the States.
It is quite an interesting parallel that is very well adapted for the book. Historically, this could be accurate. What bothered me about this book was the fact that it felt a bit uneventful.
Killing the undead could be kind of exciting even though they are pathetically slow horror creatures. Or maybe I am being too pretentious now.
Jane , our protagonist, is headstrong and smart and she has a need to be self-sufficient because this is how she was raised to be.
Katherine is the one who wants to be praised for what she is as a complex creature of many talents and not only for her looks. Jackson is a rascal that is always ready to do anything to save the one he loves.
It is men who will step on anyone who stands in the way of their pursuit of power. The religious kind. The course of history is sprinkled with people like that so I find their presence in the book very accurate.
And I do blame them and I'm not excusing myself for it. There is also the matter of the supremacy of the white man. Race plays a crucial role in the society depicted in the book.
Which is another historical fact that demanded to be abolished then and demands to be abolished now. Why do people love to play at life and anger heavens?
Why does the lust for power blind people and pushes them toward abysmal deeds? From the book itself, one can clearly see that the ones prone to gain power and absolute control are the most miserable ones.
And the ones who struggle and fight and let themselves be are the ones who understand how life really works. Just take a look at Jane and everyone she befriends.
And the same goes for their friendship with Jackson. And with the young visionary Gideon who appeared from the beginning to be one of the kind-hearted ones.
All four of them are just the perfect team in my opinion. View all 6 comments. May 18, Heidi Heilig rated it it was amazing.
This is what i'm envisioning after every zombie slay. View 1 comment. Historical Fiction beautifully blends with Horror in this genre-fusing YA story!
Set in the turbulent United States, just after the Civil War, the country is plagued by the walking dead.
Jane McKeene, our intrepid protagonist, is attending Miss Preston's School for Girls and struggling to find her place in the world.
Life hasn't always been kind to Jane and she has had to develop a thick resolve in order to push through the hardships.
Unfortunate as that may be, this fact has served her well when Historical Fiction beautifully blends with Horror in this genre-fusing YA story!
Unfortunate as that may be, this fact has served her well when it comes to cutting down zombies. Being trained at Miss Preston's School means not just etiquette and other educational basics, it means weapons training as well.
A lot of it. You see, Jane's job will someday be to protect some rich family, she's not a part of, from the dangers on their doorstep.
But before she knows it, things go astray. She gets caught snooping on some very powerful people and is punished by being banished from Baltimore Country.
Now a prisoner aboard a train with her picture-perfect frenemy, Kate, and her ex-beau, Red Jack, Jane feels helpless.
Their destination, Summerland. A sort of Western outcrop community reminiscent of Deadwood. Once there, a whole host of drama ensues, including standoffs with the undead, known throughout the novel as 'shamblers'.
There were so many compelling things about this story. The historical landscape was wonderfully done,as well as the frank representation of race relations in this time period.
In fact, I feel that the level of historical elements woven throughout the story was perfect. I also really enjoyed the relationship between Jane and Katherine, who Jane always calls Kate, even after Katherine repeatedly asks her not to.
They start out disliking one another, but their relationship evolves so much over the course of the story into one of true friendship.
I also thought the zombie element was really tastefully done. It is descriptive enough, and concept-driven enough, to make this a full-fledged tale of a world fighting zombies, without overwhelming and negating some of the other important plot points.
It's like zombie-light and I do mean that in a good way. My only, very slight critique, is that it seemed a little long to me.
I would have been just as happy with this story if 30 or pages, or so, had been edited out. I do think this left off at an incredible spot for a continuation.
California here we come! I will definitely be continuing on with this series and look forward to watching Jane be her brutal, badass self.
If you are looking for a fun, zombie-inspired tale, I would definitely recommend this! View all 18 comments. Feb 28, Kaylin The Re-Read Queen rated it liked it Shelves: days-of-old-aka-historical-fiction , unpopular-opinions , paranormal , lgbt , young-adult , read-to-review.
And the people are the worst part. It's historical fiction with zombies, sure, but it also centers on a very strong, biracial woman. I can't speak for the representation as a whole, but I will say I loved how unapologetic Jane is.
Taking place in an alternate US where zombies rose up during the Civil War, this takes a long hard look at institutionalized racism. Jane is a 3 Stars "It's a cruel, cruel world.
Jane is a student at 'Miss Preston's School of Combat' where she trains to fight the zombies or "shamblers" for 'privileged white folk.
This also has some wonderful discussions about femininity, as both mains are very different young women.
Jane initially resents Kate, as Kate is more traditionally feminine, and with lighter features that allow her to "pass.
There's also great ace and bi representation But as amazing as these discussions were-- and as much fun as the zombie slaying was, the plot is a mess.
It honestly felt like two different books combined into one, as the entire first half is dedicated to a setting and characters that rapidly shift to something entirely different.
Instead of a linear plot that builds things just happen. The story doesn't build much tension, instead relying solely upon character arcs while chaos occurs.
Side note: I loved how smart and intuitive Jane was, but she also somehow seems to correctly guess everything??
Jane's letters back home are intriguing and tell a completely different story in-between chapters-- but it adds up to set-up for three separate stories Sadly to me, so much of this build up led to a tiny and kind of random conclusion.
There's a lot of set up for the rest of the series, but there's still something dissatisfying about how completely unfinished everything is.
Overall: I have a feeling this is going to be one of my most unpopular opinions, as I can see this being very successful and I hope it is!
But while there were so many great things about this book, the haphazard plot really detracted from them for me.
I received an ARC through Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review! Quotes not final! View all 21 comments. Feb 12, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: zombies-r-bitey , why-yes-i-ya.
View all 16 comments. Oct 31, NReads marked it as to-read. I was today years old when I found out that this book exists. Oct 14, Bang Bang Books rated it it was ok.
Our main character is Jane who is a sassy bi-racial zombie killing machine that takes no shits from anyone. Our trio lives and trains in Baltimore and their only 2.
Dread Nation is what I like to call a book that has all bones and no meat. This book is contingent on world building because this is a new world.
Post Civil War America is different than what we know because of zombies so there needs to be some solid world building BUT because this book is written in first person where Jane talks to the reader, the entire world is info dumped.
When you have a first person POV, your world building options are limited. I looked through my personal library of fantasy and almost all of them are third person with the exception of Kiss of Deception that relies on interludes of old texts for world building.
With Dread Nation, all we get is the old south with their plantations and zombies. Ireland tried to do something with the Katherine Jane relationship where they start off as enemies but it ended up being nothing new or special.
A racist who constantly calls the blacks darkies does not a villain make. We expect the corrupt white sheriff to be racist but what else about him makes him evil?
There were several white villains like this and it got repetitive. View all 10 comments. Sep 03, Erin rated it really liked it Shelves: september , around-the-year-inbooks , badass-books-challenge , african-american-author , best-ya , favorites , bookriot-challenge I'm not usually into zombies.
I've never watched an episode of The Walking Dead and I usually laugh at zombie movies but this book peaked my interest immediately.
Justina Ireland took one of the most dark and terrifying times in history Reconstruction and made it even more terrifying by adding zombies.
Not only does our heroine 4. Not only does our heroine Jane have to fight zombies against her will but she also has to deal with still not being considered a person.
The zombies in this book were a nuisance, the true monsters were as always other humans. This novel is so necessary. While zombies aren't real, racism and subjugation are.
The survivalist in this book blamed enslaved African Americans and Native Americans for the zombie outbreak and they thought that they could save themselves by building a wall but as I'm sure you guess that didn't work.
Justina Ireland wrote an fantasy-laced alternate history book that speaks to America's Original Sin racism. Dread Nation is fun, original, badass, and intelligent.
Young Adult books often talk down to its audience but Dread Nation doesn't do that. Our heroine Jane is sassy, sarcastic, impulsive and she kicks both zombie and redneck ass.
This book is very necessary for the Culture. I did deduct half a star for the genre turn it took about pages in but other than that I highly recommend this book.
View all 7 comments. May 09, J. Yorke rated it it was ok. She's the tallest of us here, big and dark and imposing with arms like John Henry.
That's how Jane describes her best friend and how the author pretty much describes anyone who isn't light skinned. The colorism in this book disgusted me.
Besides that, the story is stagnant and the characters are never developed. Let's dive into this dumpster fire, shall we? Plot: There isn't one.
I'm not kidding. Any goals Jane had were never act "Her voice is deep, and she sings a fine baritone in church.
Any goals Jane had were never acted upon. We also have about 3 big reveals. You won't be able to guess what they are because the author made them up as she went along and therefore, left no possible clues for readers in the text.
This is not how you do a 'twist', this is how you annoy your audience. Characters: Flat as a board. I didn't care about them which made the book that much more unbearable to read.
Jane: She's okay. Standard tough girl but I did like that a black girl was taking charge in a novel. I'll always be a fan of that. One thing I didn't like?
What for? In a school for girls, that wouldn't have come up earlier in the story? Cheap shot hide spoiler ] Katherine: The lightskinned beauty.
She's prim and proper. That's about as far as the extent of her character goes. Her worst moment? That white people don't like her and colored girls are jealous of her.
Nevermind the fact that these white people want to kill her, clearly it's the same as colored girls being 'jealous' of her.
Jane just got the skin ripped off her back, would Katherine trade her light skin for her darker skin? Of course not.
Moving tf on. Didn't care about him either. With the conflict between him and certain characters, I couldn't understand why the hell we were supposed to care about this dude.
A book for girls of color and yet all 3 of the main characters are biracial. Really covering the bases there.
The rest of the supporting characters are interchangeable. There's a lot of them and honestly, I just stopped caring around page Writing: It was decent at first.
I felt like I was getting all the information I needed without any purple prose. But the dialogue tanked. Jane's voice is inconsistent and ranged from 's sock hop to 's flapper lingo.
The dialogue also became a vehicle for info-dumping. Every time Jane asks a question, someone is conveniently around to deliver a two page speech about what's going on and why.
Would I recommend? If you like slow reads with little action, yes, otherwise this one was a hard no. Simply put, this book was not good.
The cover tells a story that the pages don't. It's about to go down, in my mind. In reality, Dread Nation isn't a tale about a people rising up against one force but rather the tale of one girl wanting one thing for herself amid societal commentary.
This commentary is so important, but it's delivered in the most boring way possible. I skimmed the last pages and I'll be looking at the spoilers for Dread Nation 2 on goodreads because I have no interest in continuing along with these characters for another book.
View all 22 comments. Dec 02, Joe Valdez rated it did not like it Shelves: abandoned. When the dead rise from the battlefield of Gettysburg, the Civil War is called off and to help fight a new war, the Negro and Native Reeducation Act requires qualified children to attend combat schools to slay the shamblers.
Civil War era zombies? Black heroine? Silly Young Adult conventions? Annoying patois? Hell no! I made it to page 64 before abandoning this novel When the dead rise from the battlefield of Gettysburg, the Civil War is called off and to help fight a new war, the Negro and Native Reeducation Act requires qualified children to attend combat schools to slay the shamblers.
I made it to page 64 before abandoning this novel, which is squarely aimed at pre-teenagers and commits the one sin I can't forgive in a book: It's boring.
A sample: While Miss Preston's is housed in an old university, it ain't the same university as where we're going. I don't know how many universities there were before the dead walked, but there must have been a few.
The one we're headed to is the kind where doctors learn to cut people open. I guess back in the day, when the dead first rose up, all of those future surgeons were pretty quick to figure out that cutting off the head of a shambler was the way to keep them from rising yet again.
Either way, most of the students in that university survived, while the one where we go to school became a bit of a slaughterhouse. Most of those fancy folks were studying philosophy and such, and from what I can tell they made fine shambler chow.
Very flat emotionally. Girl school drama. First person prose that screams "teenager" and "Southerner. Patois needs be used sparingly and at the third use of ain't I was rolling my eyes.
Is this book about undead flesh crawlers? Ireland seems to be writing Young Adult first, Civil War revision second and horror somewhere much further down the list.
And it's so, so boring. A warning sign for those who aren't heavy Young Adult readers thinking about giving this one a try: Length: , words View all 23 comments.
Jan 02, Zoraida rated it it was amazing. This book is fucking badass. Yes, there are zombies, but there are also young girls trying their damndest to survive in a world that doesn't want them.
We like to romanticize the past and the old west, but need constant reminders about the ways that things haven't changed at all.
It's an examination of America, old and new, and the idea that perhaps humanity is worse than a plague of zombies.
Jane is someone I want to see slay the This book is fucking badass. Jane is someone I want to see slay the undead, but someone I also want to see protected above all.
Apr 22, jv poore rated it really liked it Shelves: donated , historical-fiction , young-adult , suspense. A quintessential, suspenseful YA novel with a compelling lead character that is courageous and kind although Jane may disagree with latter.
Ireland sneaks in some not-so-well-known U. View 2 comments. Oct 08, Helen 2. If it helps any, the wall looks awesome.
I love the fake faded look of the pages. Incredible premise. Hell yes? Dread Nation has great bi representation, great ace representation, great representation in general.
It deserves a full five stars in terms of diversity. However, despite how lovely So However, despite how lovely the characters may be, the plot really falls flat.
It was a meandering, aimless mess. I love an active heroine - even in a novel with a strong plot and strong worldbuilding, I need the main character to be making influential decisions and not just following the flow of the story.
Speaking of worldbuilding, Dread Nation needs a little work in that department as well. I understand the challenges of writing an "alternate history" - in this case, in a world where zombies suddenly walked on Civil War battlefields.
The author needs to consider how much historical accuracy to weigh against imagination in their world. That balance is well done in this book, but there were some glaring inconsistencies in worldbuilding that were hard to ignore.
Moreover, the author kept dropping hints about other settings and aspects of the world such as the "Lost South" which sounded so much more damn interesting than whatever the hell Jane and Kate were doing at the moment.
I kept thinking, Why can't we go there instead? If I'm thinking that every chapter, then that's not a good sign for the plot. Basically, this author is super creative and her heart is in the right place, but the series could benefit from a stronger outlining process and maybe more intensive content editing to clean up the plot.
View all 3 comments. Jun 04, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-fiction , library-checkout , audiobook , post-apocalyptic.
Dread Nation is a book that's been in the back of my mind and I am really glad I read it, especially because there's another book coming out.
The twist is, the Civil War ended in this world because all the dead rose up and became "shamblers" or basical 4 stars!
The twist is, the Civil War ended in this world because all the dead rose up and became "shamblers" or basically, zombies.
In Jane's world, black girls are sent to schools by the government to learn how to fight so they can kill the dead. But in a world quickly being overrun by the dead and dirty politicians, Jane finds herself in places she never expected.
They expected me to be stupid, so I used that to our advantage. Some of my favorite parts involved Jane and Katherine and their development from enemies to friends.
There were some questions I had left unanswered, and I hope they are addressed in the next book. While I was listening I kept wondering when certain mysteries would be solved and then they weren't so that took away my enjoyment a little bit.
If you're into audiobooks I recommend you listen to this one, the narrator did an amazing job. And I recommend this book in general because I enjoyed it very much and think many other readers will too.
If you can do that, you'll get much further in life. View all 4 comments. Apr 17, shady boots rated it liked it Shelves: boooooring , heroines-i-adore , meh-it-was-okay , read-in Originally started as a buddy read with Lola but she wasn't into it so I went ahead and finished it myself.
From then on, my interest sort of waned. I guess its partly due to the whole zombie thing; let's be honest, they're not the most exciting supernatural monsters to read about.
Most of the time they're just lumbering, brainless things designed to move the plot forward and provide action scenes.
I'm afraid that was still somewhat the case with this book; the author didn't do anything new or interesting with the zombie mythos, they're pretty much the standard ones.
The world of this book besides the zombies wasn't that intriguing either. I felt very uncomfortable reading this book a lot of the time, but that's to be expected.Dadurch entledigt ihr euch der Kristen Cloke Dinge. Anna Pigl. Www Zdf De Zdfmediathek ausgewogene Mischung führt zum Erfolg. Login Registrieren. Das Schweigen der Lämmer. Möchtest du diese Seite als Startseite festlegen? Achtet auf eure Ausdauer in Dead Nation. Sammelt auf jeden Fall auch die in Dead Nation findbaren Rüstungsteile. The Boss 2019 seid ihr auch während des Nachladens geschützt. Alle 4 Bilder in der Galerie ansehen.
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See the full list. The soundtrack, composed mostly from excerpts taken from the diary of a Jewish doctor from the same era, shows us what the photographs do not: the rising of the anti-Semitism and eventually a harrowing depiction of the Romanian Holocaust, a topic which is not very talked about in the contemporary Romanian society.
Written by Radu Jude. I saw the film in a hall where maybe one half of the viewers were survivors of the Holocaust or their immediate descendants.
This very special documentary created by Radu Jude is part of a still open debate in Romania about the role and responsibility of its leaders and people in the Holocaust.
It's the kind of event that cannot be judged only from the perspective of the film fan, because it includes so much history, politics and emotional charge.
Radu Jude shows again that he is a director who does not run away from controversy and who is not afraid of inventing new ways to put on screen his ideas and the messages that he considers as important.
While the country fell into nationalistic dictatorship, became an ally of Nazi Germany, implemented racial laws, and deported part of its Jewish population in ghettos and forced labor camps in occupied Russia and Ukraine, it also lost part of its territory to the neighboring USSR and Hungary, with the Jews being considered and scapegoats.
However, there is no direct footage on screen about what happened. Instead, the director used a collection of photographs recovered from a photo studio in a small dusty town in South Romania of the epoch.
Instead of pogroms, ghettos and death trains we see on screen the peasants, soldiers, nationalist militants in their festive but also daily lives occasions.
And riffles. Many, many riffles. The soundtrack is more sophisticated, composed from a combination of nationalist Romanian songs, news reels commentary, speeches of the politicians of the time alternated with reading from the daily journal of a Jewish doctor - deprived of all rights, subject to fear, abuses, persecution.
The message is the one of 'parallel lives'. There are no moving images, just a collection of stills pictures from the Acsinte collection of photographs.
Viewers are left to judge by themselves. It belongs to a category of itself, maybe the only similar documentary that I can compare this film with is Claude Lanzmann's 'Shoah'.
I can only wish that the public impact and contribution in understanding and assuming the dark history of the Holocaust will be - from the Romanian perspective - similar.
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