Controlling the Dead

Controlling the Dead With the help of her new companions the path Kansas follows leads to knowledge of the ever adapting famished The team finds help in unlikely places meeting survivors and discovers the possibility o

  • Title: Controlling the Dead
  • Author: Annie Walls
  • ISBN: 9781493614721
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the help of her new companions, the path Kansas follows leads to knowledge of the ever adapting famished The team finds help in unlikely places, meeting survivors, and discovers the possibility of a new beginning When the team experiences a devastating loss, Kansas struggles to keep her humanity from fading and distorting like that of the surviving societyWith the help of her new companions, the path Kansas follows leads to knowledge of the ever adapting famished The team finds help in unlikely places, meeting survivors, and discovers the possibility of a new beginning When the team experiences a devastating loss, Kansas struggles to keep her humanity from fading and distorting like that of the surviving society around her It begins with knowing who to trust and who to leave behind First, she must trust herself she won t make the same mistakes twice As the answers to her questions are revealed, Kansas begins to understand the knowledge comes with a heavy price and great responsibility of controlling the dead In a trilogy plot thick with twists and turns, this adult dark fantasy is as emotional as it is horrifyingly gripping.

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    1. Originally reviewed at Romancing the Dark Side:A superb sequel that stirs up every emotion possible while reading!Controlling the Dead wastes no time in getting to the nitty gritty of things picking up right where Taking the Dead left us, with a lot of questions to be answered. Kansas (aka Kan) is trying her best to recover after her horrific attack at the end of book one, but is finding it hard to readjust to life now that’s she back home in the community. She’s become somewhat of a loner ( [...]

    2. I'm mad at you Annie Walls and I think you know why! Despite me being pissed, I still loved this book. Another job well done!

    3. I actually rated this book 4.5 stars but when leaving reviews on sites such as , , B&NI always round up to the next full star.Reese and Kan have made their way to NOLA in search of some answers. And the only person who can help them is Mago. Once they do find him, the answers they seek are not what they want to hear. This world they live in is messed up and it is only getting worse. And things will only get weirder for Kan. On top of all the crap she has been through this is definitely not a [...]

    4. I could very well give Controlling the Dead five stars. I should actually be giving it five stars. But I can't. Because of the events that took place in this book broke my heart. I can't and won't spoil it for fans who are anxiously awaiting this book.Controlling the Dead expands, explains, and then cloaks itself back under it's veil. For all the answers that we get, a few more pop up. For all the revelations, more things come to the surface. Who are the good guys? Who are the bad guys? All I ca [...]

    5. Kansas has survived zombies,heartache and so much more but her journey isn't over. She has made new friends and found out many things she didn't know before. She has to learn to let herself heal and find out more answers to the questions she has. This is a long hard road to travel and the zombies may be the least of her worries.Kansas is one of my absolute favorite characters of all time. She kicks ass and great at surviving. She has more weaker moments I think in this book but she has been thro [...]

    6. I absolutely loved it. Annie Walls you did not disappoint! So much happened in this book, I couldnt put it down. I dont want to say too much to spoil anything but you get alot of questions answered and then more pop up. And the descriptions of the famished are awesome. its almost as if you are right there and can see, hear and smell these things.Kan grew alot on this book and had alot of emotional ups and downs but the whole way I was rooting for her. Overall I looved this book! and am gunna sit [...]

    7. Amazeballs! Gritty, gorey, unexpected and hot! Loved every second, every word. Cannot wait for Living with the dead!! I need it.

    8. I shared a recipe with you in honor of this book last week on Monday and today I am sharing my review! I know we are buried in our NaNoWriMo WIP, at least many of us are (including me) but this is a great review for a nice break if you are looking for a wonderful set of stories including the latest published on October 27th. A great group of goo filled bottles of zombified awesomesauce.Controlling the Dead is the second in the Famished Trilogy and I am thrilled to finally have gotten this in my [...]

    9. 4.5 Last year Annie Walls blew me away with her post-apocalyptic zombie tale Taking on the Dead. The first in the Famished Trilogy it earned a top spot on my Adult Top-Ten Reads for 2013. As you can imagine, I was drooling in anticipation of Controlling the Dead. My friends, it was well worth the wait. Walls has created a fascinating world with characters that have become family. We see story advancement and character development as Walls holds are emotions captive. Mini review: engaging, action [...]

    10. This is the second book of The Famished Trilogy by Annie Walls. I loved the first book, Taking On The Dead, but this new novel is amazing. Controlling The Dead shows how very talented the author truly is. I was spellbound from page one.Traveling through a world of zombies, Voodoo priest and conspiracy plots is Kansas Moore. She is not your ordinary girl next door. Kan is a crossbow carrying, zombie killing, badass, that is trying to make a better life for the people who have survived. She wants [...]

    11. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review for my stop on the blog tour at Donnie Darko Girl.To say that I've been woeful since reaching the end of the first book would be an understatement! I've been looking forward to Controlling the Dead - hoping for Rudy and Kansas to explore a relationship and getting ready to find out some answers along with Kansas to questions raised in the first book. I was anxious to find out about Mago being able to tell there's more to him than meets the eye. [...]

    12. oh WOW. Where in the world do I start? People see "zombie" and thinkh blood, guts, and yuck. Well let me just tell you.Zombie stories are some of the most intense and deeply emotional stories out there!!! and Annie Walls is a ROCK STAR author who writes some of the most amazing character stories and plots!!! Taking On The Dead was one of my favorite books of last year and I could not wait to get my hands on the sequel. I kept thinking, "How in the world is Annie going to top that? How is she goi [...]

    13. Find this review and more at Lusty Penguin Reviews!Controlling the Dead by Annie Walls, the second book in the Famished trilogy, picks up right where the first book, Taking on the Dead, leaves off. As with the first book, Walls tells this story in first person through the eyes of our heroine, Kansas Moore.After being violently attacked at the end of the first book, Kansas is dealing with the physical and emotional aftereffects of the attack. Even with everything that has happened, Kansas remains [...]

    14. I really like the first one in the series and recommended it to several people. This second book in the series was a huge disappointment, maybe because the first book was so original. Kansas, the main character, was somewhat annoying with her "I'm a bad ass Zombie killing machine who cannot decide between 2 hot guys or take the time to brush my hair". Her dreadlocks were cool in the first book and seemed like a choice, but in this book she makes a reference to her hair matting up when she has ac [...]

    15. ~Arc provided by the Author in exchange for a honest review~4.5 Stars Controlling the dead picks up right where Taking on the dead left us. You can see that Kan is growing and maturing but in a zombie filled world nothing is easy. Kan will be faced with a lot more struggles and events that will shake her to the core and make her want to go running back to safety underground. Kan will start to question who she can actually trust and who the bad guys really are!I love love love this series, Annie [...]

    16. Love. I fell in love with this series after reading the first book and carefully followed all news having to do with the 2nd book, Controlling the Dead,in order to read it immediately. I've read alot of books and while I can tell what I believe is a good or bad book, I'm not familiar with the why's and the technical aspects behind it. I don't know how Annie does it, but everything is just so real, so much like watching a movie or experiencing a dream. The characters are so loveable or hateable, [...]

    17. Pretty much the same complaints as with the first book.Still really liking the characters and enjoying the story, despite a really sad event.I do feel the need to mention the sex scene could have done with an edit. Something goofy along the lines of vocal cords being in sync, but with what? Each other? It didn't say. The way it read made me chuckle.Still it was a pretty good read, for those who enjoy the genre.

    18. I read the first one last May or so and I couldn't remember what all happened. Since this is a trilogy its not recapped like a series book. It ruined the story for me trying to remember what happened and who is who. Now it ends with one heck of a twist. So I will read the next soon to avoid this problem!

    19. And again I love this book so much. It did get kind of slow at times but I adore the different zombie aspects and the reasonings behind how it happened. Please Annie Walls hurry up with the third and final book!!

    20. I've waited so long for this book and I feel sad. I can't say why because I don't want to give anything away. I will defiantly read the next book. Annie did a fantastic job and the story is well written. Annie definitely delivered a fantastic second book. I can't wait to find out what happens next.

    21. Wow. Wow. I want more. Another great book. I was hooked from the start. So many twists and turns I didn't expect. Fantastic story.I am really looking forward to the final book!!

    22. Well can I just say, Brilliant! I can't believe some of the twists and turns throughout this book. kept me on my toes and the ending. I'm so excited for the next book.

    23. I really liked this book at the end, for most of it, like 60%, it annoyed the hell outa me!!Finally we got some Rudy and Kan action, at last they have established a relationship of sorts and it was STEAMYYYYYY!!!, that is the most important subject on this book -at least for me-, then all keeps the same: Kan keeps on being a butthead, the team keeps on saving people and bombing settlements going merry about it, there is more information about the Coalition, more information about the virus and t [...]

    24. I don't know. This series was long to me. It was sort of everywhere. I could not finish this book. It had good and bad moments. Moments that seemed like they took forever. Maybe it just wasn't for me.

    25. The story continues! I didn't know how I would feel about the Voodoo aspect but I loved it.Kan is still a badass zombie killer. She has come a long way. And Rudyhis southern charm is infectious. Definitely an apocalyptic hero.I can't wait to read the conclusion to this story.

    26. another fantastic installment to this series this series has made me laugh cry cringe and rage bring on book 3

    27. Don't know why I continue this series, things are so jumbled I have a hard time understanding what's going on. Maybe I just need closure

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