Val was bitten by a zombie and now she's scheduled for lethal injection. Breaking all the rules, 18-year-old Dean Walters snags an experimental serum. But it can't be tested until Val turns into a zombie: something authorities won't allow. Her execution is scheduled to happen before transformation is complete, giving Dean only hours to break her out. When their helicopter crashes straight into the heart of Zombie Land, his rescue mission becomes a fight for survival - and giving up on Val is not an option.
©2012 Christine Kleps (P)2013 Christine Kleps
I'm a horror nut! Zombies in particular! Epidemics, end of all things! Also enjoyed Game of thrones very much!
Next Iron Druid book until a new Zombie book comes out by someone I know.! I'm about to give up on new Authors selling Zombie Novels'
The narration was bad! It wouldn't be fair to Blame it fully on the narrator cause its hard to tell if its the story or the narration which really kills it! But its my belief that a Great Narrator can salvage a bad story with his Voices, & the personality he gives the characters just as a great story can make a bad narrator seem better then he is but when you put two negatives together its like a fart in church!
Didn't get far enough to say honestly!
Don't waste your credit or money!!
I have no idea.
not in this Genre, just this writer.
This book was painful to listen to! The story line was ok but the character were ridicules. It was like The cast of Happy Days fighting Zombies. I think this Writer would do well with other Genres, like Children and family.
I love zombie/monster/horror/supernatural stories. I did not like this.
From the first paragraph I kept hoping it would get better.
Yes. I liked it enough that I'll probably listen with my son. He loves zombies!
It was similar to Benton, but with no sex. They are both zombie apocalypse series, where humanity still has safe places to go.
He has a great voice, awesome inflections, and easily keeps the character voices correct.
A dramatic, post-apocalyptic, tale of family and friends, struggling to survive.
This book was graphic on a bloody scale, but not a sexual one. Some kids will be able to read it without nightmares... Some adults, too... Unfortunately, I fell asleep listening to this, and had some crazy scary dreams:-)
This book managed to be every bit as bad as the negative reviews said. It wasn't meant to be a comedy but I found myself snorting in laughter at the lameness of the dialogue.
I really wanted to like it but it just wasn't going to happen. I made it to the end of the book, but there was no way I would have bought book two... or listened to it for free.
A zombie story with no violence, graphic language or gore. This book was lame unless you are 12. The narrator is boring, he tries changing his voice for characters but he still sounds the same. It really is bad.
Nothing to keep me glued to the story, a good idea but poorly written and worse performed
Read Mark Tufo
A different aproach and a good start. Im heading streight for book 2. A good adition to any zombie library.
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