A plane crash in the wilderness of Newfoundland. A band of survivors connected by a profound sense of duty. Home was the mission, but confronted with an enemy greater than the Primal virus they are sidetracked to once again put their unique skills to use for the greater good. The fight continues as Brad and his men struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where the Primals are only a part of the danger. This is a Zombie War Story.
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Excellent tale of survival with good production value. Draws you right in to eagerly await the next suspenseful episode. Sounds best on 1.25x speed playback.
I have to admit. More than a few times I skipped past some of the non essential characters stories. I found them boring and just not important to the main story. I still do not like the narrator, but the book itself was good.
Although I've read the book, hearing it is like discovering it for the first time. Brad, Sean and the rest of the team are somewhere in Canada after crashing. They do meet some of the locals that they assist in several ways, including trying to keep the Primals away since they unintentionally brought attention to them. Helping the locals means also helping themselves. And they also find a nest of pirates that are not only a danger to the locals, but to them. Enter Sean and his men. No they will not let it stand and because the pirates also have something they need. It's enough to keep me interested until the end. A must read/listen to if you are a WFT/Lundy fan.
The story and character development is top notch. Always keeps you on the edge of your seat. I have already read the books but the performance of the reader makes it better. Keep them coming!
The story is great, the narrator is awesome...can't wait for the next audiobook in the series!
love the series so far very exciting easy to to follow keeps the listener evolved and wanting more. Eric Vincent does a fabulous job in telling the story.
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