Will any Sanctuary stand?
With both the Naked Horde and the Survivor Army destroyed, Zed and Murphy make their preparations and head to College Station to do their small part in salvaging humanity's future. But the post-virus world isn't kind to humans or their plans, and nothing they find on their journey is what they expected.
Slow Burn Zombie Apocalypse Series:
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I just feel like Jason Damron totally gets the different characters. He really brings the characters' personalities with different voices. Sadly Sean R does not. I love the book, but I would love the audiobook more if Jason D read it. Nothing against Sean, but it was all started with Jason, and now the later books of the series just isn't the same.
I applaud all authors in the zombie apocalypse genre - even the "bad" ones. Keep doing what you do!
Adair and Runnette do not disappoint in this continuation of the Slow Burn series. As the infection becomes more 'life as usual' the main characters are both drawn to and repelled by the violence of the new world, and their part in it. Zed and Murphy rampage across Texas hoping to find first a cure, then some long lost friends, and finally just a safe place to get some rest. Even when they find some peace they aren't sure if their addiction to the adrenaline of action will allow them to stay and enjoy it. And sorry guys but we readers hop that they will not.
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