Sunny Florida, beautiful beaches, no traffic on A1A...
Zombies roaming the dunes in search of the living.... Darlene Bobich is in a fight to survive, find food, safety, and ammo for her Desert Eagle before its too late. Dying Days are upon us. The Undead roam the Earth...searching for the living...to eat...to feast...to rip apart...Extreme violence... Extreme sexual situations...Extreme Undead...
Continuing the Darlene Bobich story begun in Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer...and soon to be an independent film!
©2011 Armand Rosamilia (P)2012 Armand Rosamilia
Overall, a great story. I've read Armand Rosamilia's other works and when I saw this on Audible figured I'd give it a try. Glad I did!
Knowing who you can trust.
Darlene Bobich.She was a tough cookie for being so young and handled herself well.
She did a good job with the book.
The narrator was horrible she sounded like she was half a sleep most of the time. I couldn't finish the book because of her voice.
She lacked enthusiasm almost like she was forced to read a book.
Disappointment no lead-in into how it all began.
This is the second book in the series, the first being Darlene Bobich, Zombie Killer. Darlene has made her way to Florida, just south of St Augustine. I really like this setting because I am a native Floridian, and am familiar with the area, so this was pretty cool to me. Darlene is not your typical zombie hero, (read my review on the first book) she is just as lucky as she is ruthless, and does not hesitate in doing what needs to be done. She also has a very human side with desires and regrets, which is very refreshing. Overall, I am really enjoying the series. Armand Rosamilia has written a very unique view of the ZA that has a lot of directions still left unexplored. I am looking forward to learning more about the side characters and the circumstances surrounding them.
This was narrated by Amanda M Lehman. I thought she did a better job on the first book and may have tried a little hard on this one. With that being said, she did not take away from the book and I would listen to her other works. Just being honest. @byf2
Anyone who likes disjointed story telling with no clear direction.
The different voices used for characters were very poor.
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