Free Amazon Kindle book Surviving The Evacuation, Book 1: London Kindle Edition
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Free Amazon Kindle book Surviving The Evacuation, Book 1: London Kindle Edition

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Found 23rd Mar
Would you survive the evacuation?
The outbreak began in New York. Soon it had spread to the rest of the world. People were attacked, infected and they died. Then they came back. Nowhere is safe from the undead.
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Great series, currently on number 12 and I highly recommend!
Seen this advertised previously, is it decent enough to start? I prefer British based horror/sci-fi etc.
hammers81uk14 m ago

Great series, currently on number 12 and I highly recommend!


Is it similar to walking dead story line or more world war z?
Thanks
Good book, even for non-zombie lovers. But this recurring deal sucked me in to buying the other 11, most expensive book I've ever bought
Amazing series I have read all of them ...
More like walking dead than World War Z, theres alot of content and its set in the UK. Its a good read.
Also Free by the same author on AmazonUK:-

Serious Crimes: Policing Post-Apocalyptic Britain (Strike a Match Book 1) Kindle Edition by Frank Tayell (Author)

amazon.co.uk/Ser…I98


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And:-
Surviving The Evacuation, Book 0.5: Zombies vs The Living Dead Kindle Edition by Frank Tayell (Author)

amazon.co.uk/Sur…I98


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Zombiessszzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..... yawn! Whatever Rocks your boat. Still , good reviews, and free. So hot from me but not for me!
This has a great twist on the old fashioned zombie apocalypse.
mrty7 h, 47 m ago

Zombiessszzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..... yawn! Whatever Rocks your boat. Still …Zombiessszzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..... yawn! Whatever Rocks your boat. Still , good reviews, and free. So hot from me but not for me!


Thought I'd look this article up to remind myself. 4.4 out of 5 is the average review on Amazon, so this book (at 4.4) is receiving average reviews, despite the book being free. People may be unaware of the 'norms' of Amazon reviews:
theguardian.com/tec…ngs

The article talks about the effect of incentivising reviews (an average boost of 0.38 stars):
"Considering that the average product on Amazon is rated around 4.4 stars, a boost from 4.36 to 4.74 stars can mean the difference between a mediocre product and a top rated product,” said ReviewMeta.
Edited by: "EQL" 24th Mar
EQL6 h, 39 m ago

Thought I'd look this article up to remind myself. 4.4 out of 5 is the …Thought I'd look this article up to remind myself. 4.4 out of 5 is the average review on Amazon, so this book (at 4.4) is receiving average reviews, despite the book being free. People may be unaware of the 'norms' of Amazon reviews:https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/sep/20/incentivised-reviews-amazon-product-star-ratingsThe article talks about the effect of incentivising reviews (an average boost of 0.38 stars):"Considering that the average product on Amazon is rated around 4.4 stars, a boost from 4.36 to 4.74 stars can mean the difference between a mediocre product and a top rated product,” said ReviewMeta.


I take reviews with a pinch of salt... actually, more like a pallette of salt. The figures you quote are for a (supposedly) ethical company. The real problems with reviews come when you get to the 'trust pilot' review shops/sites. There's a whole industry been created around providing fake reviews, good for yourself and bad for your competitors, so much so as to make reviews almost pointless. I now ignore all 5 and 1 star reviews. I treat 4 star as 5 star. Not perfect but if you are being paid to increase a products rating, my logic is you will do this quicker (and cheaper) by giving 5 stars rather than a fake 4 star review.
I have read a few of this series and will definitley read the rest of them. ****
Read this the last time it was free. It's a good book definitely worth a read. Heat added
I got this one in 2016, it was free then too. Not a bad series. Thanks
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