Mankind is on the brink of extinction. A deadly plague sweeps the globe like a tsunami, causing the dead to rise and prey on the living. When There's No More Room in Hell is a horror/action story set in a post apocalyptic world filled with suspense, drama, humor, grief, and action. While one brother fights his way home through the horrors and confusion of a savage landscape from the meat grinder that is Iraq, the other finds himself as the leader of a ragtag band of survivors striving to survive against the onslaught of the dead.
©2011 Luke Duffy (P)2015 Luke Duffy
Thrillers zombies and action make my day! Fast moving stories and characters worth reading. New twists to a great genre will always get me
story takes place in London. A little slow moving at times. Liked the characters especially the brother in Iran.
The author broke the golden rule of zombie books for me (and many others). A detailed scene about infants being eaten at a hospital, that is a big no go.
Yes, yes, I know in a zombie apocalypse this kind of horrible stuff and worse would happen.. but this is a book. I don't need scenes involving children or babies in detail, thanks. I'll be honest I never even finished the book and it had promise up till then.
Not this series
The brother in Iraq
Future authors please take note, these books are for entertainment, babies being eaten is not entertainment and is in poor taste
"Very good. strong in depth brutal... love it"
I am Steve....... I think just lile him. connected very well to the book.
Another person's review had aome gripe with detailed information about kids being attacked, get over it you numpty its a zombue book..
"Horrendous acting and story"
Steer well clear, i needed a filler between the undead series and this is not it. Quite possibly the worst audible book on record. The voice over, while soothing, cannot act for toffee! And that is an overstatement! If you are a fan of novels written in bullet points you will love this, each sentence, word and paragraph is a statement and lacks character and any notion of diversity. Deleted after 5 chapters if you love zombie fables as i, listen to the Undead, i am now on the 13th book and while the narrator has changed there is genuine continuity between the portrayal of the characters and i will not stop until the end of the series.
"In my top 5 Zombie Books"
Absolutely.... Riveting from start to end. Original story line, told by an excellent narrator
The narrative involving the mercenaries fighting there way across Europe
I'm a big fan of Zombie / post apocalyptic stories, I found Luke's writing original, exciting and have already started on the next in the series
"If you want a good zombie story, don't buy British"
I found the book extremely slow paced, perhaps somebody who is undead may be able to stick with it until the end.
Some aspects were ok but if I had known it was by a British author I wouldn't have bought it.(Even though I am, in fact, English).
The narrator could do well to listen to how English people speak in this day and age as the plummy British accents sounded straight out of a 1930's newsroom.
I think perhaps all of them and start from scratch. I couldn't have cared less if they had all been eaten in chapter one.
Second book in as many days to be sent back before even halfway through.
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