A mysterious virus emerges after a meteor lands near a remote village in Peru. Authorities brought in to investigate discover the horrific virus not only kills, but it reanimates its victims, turning them into the walking dead.
In spite of the government believing they have contained the outbreak, samples of the contagion are brought to the United States via infected military and other victims. The virus breaks boundaries and the infection spreads initiating the ground invasion of the War against the Undead.
The war begins as the numbers of the undead increase and civil unrest begins.
The fate of the world hangs in the balance as it is not only man against the undead, but man against man.
Zombie Battle is a five-part series. This audiobook contains the entire series: Outbreak, Integration, Invasion, War, and Survive.
©2013 Jacqueline Druga (P)2013 Jacqueline Druga
The book is good but the narrator needs to slow down about 15%-20%. Natural pauses are few and far between. I felt as though I was being left behind during the story.
Still 2 hours into it.
Sean Runnette! He's awesome!
I dont think I would. A story even a novel needs details. This is a vague idea written without details in anyway shape or form. Its a novel full of stupid people doing stupid things. Not even just bad choices just stupid ones. Oh I am bite..forget it lets go see the president! Give me a break!
"evil wins when good men do nothing "quote
I got into this book when I found out which people were the main characters.One ended up listening to a lot of stories about people and there lives. Making you wonder, how they were going to escape the situation, thinking they must be one of the main people in the story, then they died. I was disappointed a few times.Overall I enjoyed this book .Even if it was just for the mills and boon ending.
Only if it was narrated by a different person!! His tone, inflection, and speed were consistently inconsistent with the context at many different points throughout the story. He will frequently add unnecessary pauses to sentences, which becomes quite annoying very early into the story. It's like listening to a Ford commercial. Top it all off with the narrator being an extremely loud breather, and you have the makings for a terrible audio book. I wish I had never bought it on audio, waste of money.
Used a different narrator!
His tone, inflection, and speed were consistently inconsistent with the context at many different points throughout the story. He will frequently add unnecessary pauses to sentences, which becomes quite annoying very early into the story. It's like listening to a Ford commercial. Top it all off with the narrator being an extremely loud breather, and you have the makings for a terrible audio book. I wish I had never bought it on audio, waste of money.
Disappointment... I wish there were more reviews available on the narrators themselves to know who to avoid.
A refund would be nice... I couldn't even finish the book...
Among the best.
I thought the moment when the compound was overrun to be interesting.
When the main character took a baby from a zombie that had been protecting it.
No extreme reaction.
I like how the characters were developed, and liked the narrator. The jewish wife of the CDC director was done very well, and the way the main character stayed in love with his wife despite her infidelity was admirable.
I have admit the first time I read a Jacqueline Druga book I did not like it however I did read two more of her books . I have to say she has become one of my favorite authors. If you are a true lover of the zombie apocalypse from beginning to end this is a perfect story for you . This an excellent very well written can't put it down book. Great job Jacqueline ! 👏🏾👏🏾
The story was ok. there were some inconsistencies that maybe less nerdy readers would be able to overlook, such as the interchangeable use of bacteria and virus. lol. The story also introduced the idea of different strains of the virus but never really elaborated.
The narrator was by did an ok job with changing his voices and bringing characters to life, however he did a terrible job overall in reading the material. There were unnecessary pauses between words as if he had to think about what was coming next .
Zombie books, apocalypse books gotta have them!
All the characters, how they came together. Specifically like the narrator Andrew Wehrien.
Always look for books like these. This book will be one of my favs in my Library.
Great book highly recommend. Worth your time and credit !!!
"Hard to engage with."
The story is jumping from one city to another, from one country to a different one, from one character to the next one. For those reasons I found this book hard to engage. Additionally the narrator didnt help to empathise with the characters. I am not even sure what was wrong with the way he read the book, maybe his pretensious interpretation or maybe the fact that he read it in the same manner a politician would recite a speach.
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