This is a compilation of the first three books in the Dead series:Dead: The Ugly Beginning,Dead: Revelations, andDead: Fortunes and Failures. Each special edition also contains close to 10,000 words of additional material requested by you...the audience! This special edition allows you to sink into a Dead world with your favorite people and not be "distracted" by those long absences as other stories intrude and get in the way. A special edition has been released for all three of the story lines that exist in theDead books - Dead: Steve's Story,Dead: The Geeks are also expanded editions of the stories from the first three books in the series.
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This is my second attempt at reviewing this book my first was going fine when I hit a wrong button on the keyboard and erased it instead of sending it, that will teach me not to multi-task with the TV when doing something important. The gist of my first was I loved to read as a kid and as I got older I discovered audio books which made it easy to read in my car or at work. When I first started reading the Dead series it captivated me, I was hooked from the beginning. I'll be honest it took me a couple minutes to get use to the chapter, and character jumps but when I got use it I loved it. I love the way TW Brown has of writing about a large group of people all doing something in different places at the same time, very creative. One of my favorite parts of the book is the part called "Vignettes".
I can't really say who my favorite character is, because there are many in the Vignettes that had only one or two stories than died, than there was some who had one or two stories and never repeated, but my favorite characters in Vol. 1 had to be, the guy in the lookout tower in the woods (can't remember his name he started out as a member of a main group and him and a few people stayed) so he only had one story in the Vignettes [ I would like to know more about what happened to them] and Garret and Kirsten. Garret was your average sick son of a bitch. He had mommy issues and projected them on to the women [and in one case girl] he meets. I guess you could say he is a sociopathic narcissist who treats all women like objects. He feels they are below him and an object for his perverted pleasure. He see's them as toys, for him to play with and then discard when he's done. What he didn't see was the strength in a little thirteen year old named Kirsten. Garret tries to break his toys so he can throw them out and get a new one. Through all the physical and mental abuse she never lost focus, she knew that she had to kill this animal before he did this to someone else. I felt that the ending of this particular short was a little anti-climatic considering all the crap he put her thru. I don't want to ruin it for those who haven't read it yet so I'll cut it short and let you enjoy it for yourself.
I was impressed with Andrew McFerrin's his interpretation was interesting. At first I felt like I was at a child's reading hour at a local library. It took a little while but I got use to it, I think the only problem I have is him doing the female voices [ a real female would be more convincing]. After I got use to it I found Andrew is very good at what he does he reminds me of Geoffrey Lewis from Celestial Navagations [ Geoffrey is a character actor who has been in hundreds of films and is the front man in a group where he tells stories while the band plays music] anyway Andrew's many voices sound like Geoffrey's.
I would take Jennifer Zombie [not] There are so many characters I would like to take for dinner maybe we could make a reservation for a reunion and all eat together
Todd thanks for including me in this project, and I hope this is what you are looking for.
My first zombie story, not a fan of zombies, but as the story went on I liked it more. By the middle I couldn't wait to see what was next. I am hooked done started the 2nd book. I rated it very high. Thanks new fan of zombies.
"Another Great Story brought to life."
I've read the books and I'm a great fan of TW Browns work. The narrator brings this epic story to life. He swaps between the characters seamlessly and with the right amount of tension and horror in his voice.
Its hard to pick one as there are so many but if a zombie was chasing me for the answer I would have to say the very beginning. The author always has you invested in the characters from the first few pages.
This book brings out all the emotions, I did laugh but there were also tears, terror and tension. I won't give away any of the plot but these in these books the hero's don't always make it which adds to the tension
Don't hesitate, download these now and prepare to be sweep away in the zombie apocalypse.
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