I honestly don't know where this last week has gone. Well my eldest started full time school last Thursday boy has it turned everything on its head time wise and in the evening by the time everything has settled down I'm knackered and just want to veg out.
I did manage to read Charlie Higson's 'The Fear' another great read I've mentioned this series before basically everyone over the age of 14 suddenly contracts a disease and craves flesh of the remaining children. Its about the kids fight for survival amongst the ashes of all we know. Its not quite zombies as the adults are alive but they act and behave like them. The kids hole up in various cool places, Buckingham Palace, The Imperial War museum and various other places. The tales from the three books so far (The Dead, The Enemy and The Fear) are starting to weave into an unknown conclusion as yet this
is book 3 and I believe 6 are planned in total. Looking forward to the
next one.Which as I write this have noticed that book 4 is now out 'The Sacrifice' will have to ask nicely at the library to order it in :D
I've also nearly finished my first read through of World War Z by Max Brooks. I had listened to the audiobook previously and now I'm sure some of the tales in the main book are missing from it. I'd have to re-listen to it first mind as often I'm driving when listening to these and can get distracted and miss bits.
I have managed to get some hobby time in but not managed to get anything finished for this weeks post.
At the moment on the painting table are Copplestone Future Wars Zombie Troopers and Reaper Chronoscope's Stripper Zombies both sets need final highlights adding and bases painted and they'll be done
I've also delved into the lead pile (I'm on a quest to reduce some of leadpile that has been languishing there for a fair bit) and have under coated and begun base coating (more Copplestone FW) a set of Citizen Militia 1 these will all be painted separate as random survivors/hunters for Zombie gaming/Post apocalyptic games.
Hopefully with couple of nights of painting I'll have something to show mid week. Enjoy the week and take it easy