Book Review: Wonderland – Life After the Zombie Apocalypse by J. Scott Coatsworth

Zeke has been living alone in a cabin, thinking he's the last person alive, until Nathan shows up injured on his doorstep a few days before Christmas. As Zeke helps Nathan with his injuries, the two men get to know each other a bit and find companionship and happiness with each other.

Book Cover - Wonderland by J. Scott Coatsworth
Title: Wonderland: Life After the Zombie Apocalypse
Pages: 84
My Rating: 4 Stars
More Info: Goodreads // Amazon


All throughout this story, my inner monologue just kept saying, “Awww ☹️” and, “Oh no.” But by the end it turned into, “Awww ☺️” There was a bit of danger and struggle, but with a hopeful, happy ending.

Post-apoc Christmas, I love that idea! No zombies, the plague has ended, now it’s just an empty world with very few survivors. There was also a touch of paranormal.

The OCD seemed well-researched. It wasn’t just a little quirk.

Characters in their 40s! I love to see characters past their 20s and 30s finding romance and happiness.

There was one part where I felt like Zeke was being a bit weird and dramatic, but then I remembered he’d been completely alone for a year, I think it was, and I can believe pretty much any erratic behavior or awkward social interaction at that point.

Overall, a quick read, but a good story, good writing, and characters I cared about. I really enjoyed this!

*Rating: 4 Stars // Read Date: 2022 // Format: Ebook via TTS*


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