My brother in law lent me his copy of World War Z. I would call it a journalistic record of the war. Essentially, it's a series of interviews of a varied nature from survivors all over the globe. It makes for fascinating reading because it happens not to far away in the future, so you get the impression that we as a country right now are extremely I'll equipped to even deal with a crisis of that magnitude. It also highlights what really matters and what skill sets are the most useful in a global armegeddeon situation. I really enjoyed it.

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