World War Z Book Report

1168 Words 5 Pages
World War Z: Consequences of International Affairs In the book “World War Z: An Oral History Of The Zombie War”, by Max Brooks, the narrator takes the readers through a journey of interviews. The interviews consist of survivors during the zombie war telling their story and tales of how zombies came to take over the world. The lessons we learn from these people and their interactions reveal different commentaries that Brooks tries to show his readers. In the book, these interviews come from all over the world, different countries and people of different religions. Zombie outbreaks exaggerate the interaction between countries but in “World War Z: An Oral History of The Zombie War” by Max Brooks, Brooks tries to show the consequences between …show more content…
“World War Z” is made up completely by the word of the people surviving first hand the zombie apocalypse. With our trust in the narrator and interviewer, we trust that the information we’re getting is truthful and honest, but still some of the information may be expanded or pulled way out of proportion that it’s not reasonable anymore. A good example of this is in “The Walking Dead” TV series, where many episodes are focused on the characters who are trying to get to the sanction or the safe zone. When they hear about these places, it seems like heaven, the best place to be where life is back to normal and no one needs to worry. But they hear about it through talk and by word of mouth, and finally once they get there it’s trashed and completely overrun. Knowledge in the zombie apocalypse is broken and what’s said is most likely not true. Knowledge takes time to pass over borders and to get to people. Some people leave perfectly safe and stable situations because it looks better at this safe haven. The consequences of listening to information passed by word of mouth can ruin lives in such a devastating situation like the zombie

Related Documents