Everything hangs by the thinnest of threads. In a Dead world, nothing is certain and nobody is safe. Friends have fallen; some enemies have been defeated only to be replaced by yet another. As the first year of the zombie apocalypse ends and a new year begins, can a person hope that the coming of spring can be a starting point for re-birth? If not... then what is the point of trying to survive? Fates will be sealed and destinies decided as winter finally fades, the darkness recedes and gives way to... Dead: Spring.
©2014 Todd Brown (P)2015 Todd Brown
I feel like there is so much more so though this one ended on an up note I look forward to learning more about the child zombies. especially Emily zombie.
It's always a mash up of the story line and the reader. Andrew's perfect for this book.
Yes, he's awesome and I just love his style of reading.
There were several and they moved me to have to stop the book so that I could collect myself before I could turn it back on lol
I'm so addicted to this series.
What an amazing adventure! I cannot wait for the next chapter in this epic! With the wonderful collection of storylines, and the best narration I've ever heard, this book has literally consumed the entirety of my free time the past few days. As with the eight books before it, this was an absolute treat. Please, keep'em coming!!
If you've made it this far into the series you know why you keep coming back - the story is just really GOOD and continues to be fun and interesting along the way. Some of the same types of things may come up that you've seen in zombie stories before- but each time, TWB does a great job of personalizing the problems for each of the characters. I can't wait until audio book 10. Looking forward to more stories!
yes I would because the book tells a good zombie tale.
zombie sanctuary is the book I would compare this book to.
no I guess I messed up in that I heard the last book without hearing the preceeding books.
no way too long for that but was nice cause I got 3 days out of it while working...better than listening to music all day.
did not read any of story before this book and was able to jump in and understand it all except the talk of what happened earlier in story about some military guy they met but it was not hard to figure out that this guy doublecrossed them and they were upset about it.
The Emily zombie story is some of the worst reading or listening I've done, the storyline and writing is absolutely horrible an I have no idea why the author chooses to torture us with this writing. Was it part of his book deal to continue on with this dreck. So Emily of all zombies is the Moses and leader of the zombies small and adult with cats, dogs and wolves following. Yes that ridiculous... That idiotic story almost destroys this who book.. It makes absolutely no sense and almost steals the joy from the other stories and the Billie 18yr leader of civilian and military men is pretty weak also but the Emily story is the worst I ever heard.. I wanted to skip by it so much but didn't want to miss any of the other stories. It's so bad it makes you mad.. No one cares.. About zombie Emily.. It's so unrealistic and stupid..
The rest of the stories especially Kevin's, Vicks, Jodi's, juans and Cynthia is very much worth reading or listening to. Overall I still love the series.
For me, this series is starting to wind down pretty quickly. This book jumps roughly ten years into the future from the last installment, and it just didn't feel right. To me, it felt like a gimmick to keep the series going. I really enjoyed the early installments, and I think I may just stop now and not sour the punch.
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.
Loved it I just love this series! All the story lines are great my favorite is The Geek's.
I loved it all! I liked that when people started stepping over their moral lines they have been keeping that they actually did something about trying to fix it and get back to themselves. I really like how the stories do seem to circle right close to each other without the different groups really intermingling.
There are so many that i like that it's hard to choose a favorite. I really do like hearing about the Emily Zombie, i was very sad when she became a zombie and am happy to hear about her and the changes that are starting to take place in her, although unbelievable at times, but i can definitely see where it would make sense if thought about.
In the store, where Billy really takes charge for the first time, without feeling so self conscious like he has in the past. I know he is a young "kid" but in this type of life people have to grow up fast or they die and i do really like who his character is developing into and the scene in the store with the bad guys really starts to show him as a leader.
There are always parts that make me laugh, Dr Zahn being one of the main characters that makes me laugh. She is just so blunt while still caring for people. I did almost cry in a few parts, like when Emily Zombie first was talked about, her passing hurt when it happened in a previous book, but to hear of her and remember is a bit heartbreaking. Doubting Thomas...on the road, made me tear up.
The Children Zombies... i wanna know more!! lol :) I can't help but be interested what they will be like in 10 years, 15, 20 etc.
Got a bit confused at times but a cracking story liked how it went from group to group
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