Nothing has gone according to plan.
To Captain Lee Harden, Project Hometown feels like a distant dream and the completion of his mission seems unattainable. Wounded and weaponless, he has stumbled upon a group of survivors that seems willing to help. But a tragedy in the group causes a deep rift to come to light and forces him into action. In the chaos of the world outside, Lee is pursued by a new threat: someone who will stop at nothing to get what he has.
The Remaining: Aftermath is the second book in the best-selling The Remaining series.
©2012 D.J. Molles (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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“The Remaining: Aftermath” picks up and completes the story that “The Remaining” left hanging. It does a good job of mixing action and plot development and also closes the loop on the story from the first book and doesn't leave any big cliffhangers. The story is good and the characters are fun, and while not quite zombies the infected are a good substitute for someone who’s looking for a more realistic horror.
Mr Runnel does a great job with the story and really brings the story to life!
The story kept me into it... love this series.
Christian Rummel is a great narrator.
All of it.
To be human is to survive.
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If you liked the first book in this series, you'll for sure like the second book (Aftermath). I just finished book 3 and I'm moving confidently to book 4, knowing it'll be a good one.
Love my family....along with guitars, cameras, and a good book!
This is a continuation of a great story! I love this kind of thing anyway, but the author of these novels really did a great job depicting one possible way that a SHTF scenario might play out. Great characterization. Great heroes. I really loved this book. The narrator is amazing, too!
I started "The Remaining" series having never heard of DJ Molles. WOW!! I now know that I was really missing out. This is a great story with nonstop action and rich characters. The narration was great too. This is WAY bigger than what I expected and couldn't wait to get in the car or on the riding mower to listen to the story. All four books done back to back and now I'm sitting on the edge of my seat hoping the next one comes sooner than later.
What's not to like about Captain Harden a kick ass soldier in a world gone to crap. Like most zombie stories, the creatures fall back as simple background story and the real fight is between the humans. This of course is why I like the genera so much, all about survival. I look forward to continuing the series.
Strong action and a superb reading.
The cluster at the hospital, dealing with Milo and crew while also dealing with the infected - intense, good action.
Just the first novel in this series - he nails this reading.
This is a very strong series for anyone who likes a spin on zombie apocalypse or good survivalist action novels. The dialogue could use some editing and Lee should have gotten a bit more training on how to make pragmatic decisions under stress, but very little to find fault in with this series thus far.
It goes along pretty well until the writer decides to make moron decisions. Moves along well, but of the writer would write with a tad more common sense-- it would be a much better book. I am not reading the third.....
Love to read and listen to books. The spoken word is magic for me.
I'll definitely listen to this story again. I didn't expect to like this series so much. Based on the cover I expected mindless, macho ,gungho ,military rhetoric. Don't get me wrong I am pro military but like some psychological depth in my reading material. I like something that leaves thinking about the book after I'm done listening to it. I was pleasantly surprised. I really want to know more about Lee. Yes, this would make a great movie. I even find myself enjoying learning about military training and customs... amazing.
Lee of course. I need to know more about him. He is tested again and again. Like many of us he can ask 'why isn't it ever easy?" but he never gives up.
I love him as Lee. His females seem a little too whiny. Hope this changes in other books
The pace never stops!
Had my reservations with the first book and should have saved myself a credit with the sequel. The main character makes idiotic decisions that no one would make in these situations. I'm not giving away any spoilers since anyone who listened to the first book knows that the main character decides to go get supplies from his bunker while everyone in the camp is starving and on their last meal. So what does he do once he gets a truck load of food, medicine and weapons? Any other person would return back to camp but no, not this guy. He decides to drive said truck full of supplies to a city that's known to be infested with zombies and see if anyone is still alive. Really? I won't give away any details but this stupid decision is what leads to all the problems that occurs in the story.
There were so many times I just wanted the main character to get bitten, shot, stabbed, or just die a quick death so the book would end.
Very clever story, great plot, plausible characters. Recommend the series and I look forward to the final instalment in 2015.
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