Admittedly I had little to no expectations delving into Daybreak as a collected edition, other than some random Amazon reviews I rifled through. In fact, I forgot it was even about zombies by the time I started reading, but it actually made the experience all the better. That being said: yes, it is a short read, but a worthwhile one. The story is quickly paced, to the point, yet still leaves you to dwell on certain outcomes and interactions and how they could’ve gone differently. It removes the overt air of outright “human maliciousness” that many titles seem to try to incorporate in the wake of a human apocalypse and replaces it instead with interactions that are straightforward and more realistic because of it. This story pulls no punches, and has been one of my most enjoyable reads to date. Read Full Review
Surprisingly effective and emotionally engaging, Ralph's "Daybreak" is bold and scary in all the best ways. Though at heart it's a horror story, it's also just about people, and survival, and loneliness, like all the best zombie stories are. Read Full Review
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