Time is a very fluid thing, no one really has a grasp on it other than maybe how to measure it. As the maestro of the Day by Day Armageddon Universe, I have the latitude of being in control of that time. I can adjust the slider either direction, moving the timeline back and forth along the continuum. This is one of the perks of creation, the benefit in constructing something (albeit small) from nothing. Sort of makes you wonder what the maestro of the universe is up to, no? You have again stumbled upon a ticket with service through the apocalyptic wastes, but this time the train is a little bit older, a little more beat up, and maybe a little wiser. Keep your doors locked.
©2013 J. L. Bourne (P)2013 Audible Inc.
This was a nice ending to the series (I'm assuming that is the case). I will admit that there were a few minutes where I was pissed, then just sad that there will probably not be more.
Jay is just perfect for this series. I have really enjoyed his reads.
The end sneaks up and parks near your Adams Apple.
Thank you JL Bourne for writing this series. I hope there are more.
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
Its always this, a series finishes and you think "What will happen now??". Well, this book is the answer for that question. It showed life afterwards, and how people are living and developing... it was very satisfying to listen to and i'm quite happy with the ending here.
Note, this isn't a full "book" like the other reviews have mentioned. It is however the closure to this series, and does a decent job of finishing the series.
I would t recommend to purchase this using a credit but perhaps at a discounted rate if you've already listened /read to the other three books in the series.
Yes. It was a nice, short, concise conclusion to an interesting series. I like how J.L. Bourne pulled everything together and gave us a vision of what comes next.
I don't know of any. I liked that it was indeed a summary that showed life after the zombie apocalypse.
I have only listened to Jay Snyder in this series. Thought he was very good in books 1 and 2, and this one. I didn't like book 3, but that had more to do with the silly military jargon, bs, lingo than the narrator.
I did listen to it all in one session.
This book was a return to the format and approach used in the first two books, and I like that. I don't know what happened to book 3. Either J.L. Bourne didn't have time to write book and had some hack do it, or he decided to forego the format of the first two books and do a military shoot-em-up, lingo filled, junior high humor filled book. Not good.
This book restored my faith in the series. It was still too expensive, though, for such a short audio book.
44 minutes total
Nobody, he did just fine with the material
The story was great, just needs to be about 20 times longer
This is not worth the cost of the book, I did not notice the length till it started the download.
"Error your review must have have at least 15 unique words" I'm not that articulate... Stupid requirement.
I'm not really understanding the point of this. It was extremely short and didn't really tell a story. And like all main stream novels (which this wasn't a novel) it had to end everything in a tidy bow. I would have much fathered a tragic ending. It just felt rather contrived. An after thought.
That dumb name the author gave the protagonist "Kill" still ruffles my feathers's.
So freaking lazy!
Everything else 99%... besides in book 2 where the Lance Cpl. Is cool with being called cpl.
Needs to do a Little more research on military traditions and customs before putting pen to paper.
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