Years have passed since the dead rose and wiped out most of the living. Many survivors have gathered in pockets around the world. Some are bent on trying to restore what once was, others have a mind to create something new and better from the ashes of civilization, and then there are those who thrive in the hellish chaos of lawlessness.
While the undead currently roam the world in herds that can often stretch for miles and number in the millions, the zombies are no longer the biggest threat to humanity's continued existence. That distinction has returned to mankind.
Those who are immune to the zombie infection are now either reviled or revered. Some have become human biological weapons while others are seen as the last hope for the continued existence of the human race. They are a symbol of hope to some...fear to others.
©2014 Todd Brown (P)2015 Todd Brown
From almost great story to complete bomb
This story was bring back the series to its glory it was becoming a great book until and hour before the end.. The author absolutely bombed this book. Kevin's crew was the best story of the series. The Geeks and the Author completely destroyed the book and ruined the whole series for me.. First he destroyed the relationships and even when you accepted that. He brought you to a point where you were holding your breath for a great rescue but failed the readers.. And nuked not just the book but the series.. Sad thing I bought book 11 and have no desire at all to read it.. No longer a fan of the Author.. Flat out horrible.. And the Juan story with Mckenzie made no sense at all. Keeping a soon to be zombie dog next to your kids when it's about to die and turn and not binding it's mouth made no sense.. The Author ran out of things to write and instead of ending in great glory he bombed it.. Flat waste of 8 books for me. Time I can not get back. Erin a leader and bad villain.... Come on!!! That tops the cake of the nonsense.
Spoiler alert! Your favorite characters will eventually die. Another great story that leaves the reader pissed, sad, and eager. The writing makes you feel each loss and not want to attach yourself to a character just like the characters themselves feel about each other.
This story left me feeling some type of way! It was good by all means l, but I'm just sad! It's 10 years later. So without giving anything away, THIS BOOK IS A MUST READ! This book keeps getting better and better! The only thing that I didn't like is that it wasn't long enough for me.
I love audio books it just brings the story's to life. I struggled with reading growing up so listen to these books is wonderful.
I am so sad that Kevin died I don't know if I want to read this series any more now that Kevin is gone and Steve's dead they were my favorite. Billy is stuck at the camp so his story is boring now. Tala story is kinda OK but I just miss the original leaders .
Darn you, TW Brown! I've never before felt so much love and hate for an author, in the same split-second reaction, than I have with this installment. Masterfully done, sir! Amazing narration, per usual! It's really interesting to come back to everyone after such a time jump from the previous volume; Keep up the great work! And thanks!!
the reading was good but story line getting worse with book missing two many parts
No but I am done with this series
He is good?
Kevin was the only character that made it interesting and we killed him to.
I enjoy zombie books but not if its just everyone dies whats the point. Why do we have to kill every hero? I want to hear how the smart guy survives against all odds.
Death, Crazy, Death
I liked that it was years later and some of the kids we had known are starting to take on more responsibility and we are learning more about how kids that have grown up in these times have acclimated or been totally shielded from everything that is going on. Like Talia who is being fully submerged into the world now that she is old enough and then the kids on New England who really haven't ever seen a zombie before.
Yes, he always does a great job
I was totally in shock about the "zombie bait" and fully expected a rescue. When that didn't happen I was beside myself and felt a bit at a loss.
The part with Kate and the being all sneaky had me on the edge of my seat feeling the tension wondering if she would make it through.
Mackenzie, i couldn't believe why her and Juan would keep their about to die dog like they did. I can understand feeling the love for their pet, but the safety of everyone was on the line, especially when everyone was sleeping.
"Love it or Hate it Book, I hated it"
This book seems to have jumped a massive time gap from the last one making some old characters bit parts and new ones bit boring if truth be told.
Yes this book really put me off any further DEAD books if they come out
The book it written well but for a dead book it is short but until near the end it was ok.
Ok it seems like the series has ran out of ideas, the book is very short compared with previous ones but the bigger problem it was just boring as time had gone along and we had to re-engage with characters years on and this really did not work for me..... The biggest problem is that weak characters now take centre stage so it is a bit 'wet' and boring really until you get to geeks which i love but at the end of the book something happens here to wipe out the last real big character in the dead series, this author is great at doing that and even though i normally hate it, i do get why he does it but to be honest normally a strong character comes in to replace but thinking of this book and maybe last 2 i really only buy to hear the geeks adventures mainly with the other bits filling time and now i say thanks for an amazing series but you really needed the KD in the series to keep it alive and for me it is now dead. If 11 comes out i am sorry it will not be in my cart but thanks for a great ride til this book.
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