Ask yourself this: If the dead rise tomorrow, are you ready? Do you have a plan? The dead rose, and the living quickly realized that Hollywood-style tactics were the quickest way to find yourself one of the walking dead.
Kasey, a strong-willed loner from West Virginia, and Ben, a college student from Pennsylvania, have shared an unlikely friendship over the years. And their bond is stretched to its limits when society collapses under a tide of zombies. But Kasey has something she likes to call The Zombie Plan. While Ben sets out for West Virginia, taking with him a ragtag group of friends, Kasey prepares for their long-term stand against the deadheads at her home in the mountains.
But every plan has its weaknesses, and the youths are unaware that a freight train of tragedy is bearing down on them all. In the darkness that follows, Kasey's Plan slowly unravels: friends lost, family taken, their stronghold reduced to ashes.
©2011 C. Dulaney (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
"Dulaney didn't reinvent the wheel, but goddamn if she didn't send it spinning down interesting paths. I'm invested now... what's going to happen next?" (Thom Brannan, author of Lords of Night, co-author of Survivors)
"If you're addicted to zombie literature, this one's for you. C. Dulaney's Roads Less Traveled: The Plan is crafted with such beautiful and terrifying scenes, you'll think you are one of Kasey's friends, running from the dead and preparing to live in a dark new world. Her prose crackles off the pages and into the mind's eye. By the time you've finished reading, you'll be clamoring for more from this exciting new author!" (Clyde Wolfe, author of Down Darkened Paths)
Zombies Books in order: 1. We're Alive 2. Day By Day Armageddon 3. Roads Less Traveled Series 4. Alaskan Undead Apocalypse 5. World War Z 6. The Walking Dead 7. Rise Again 8. As the World Dies 9. Zombie Fallout
This was a great listen! It's on my top zombie books list along with the likes of Day by Day.
The narration was just wonderful, one of the best I've heard. Real pleasure to listen to her read to me.
Sensible characters handling situations in a sensible way which I could relate to. But I can't figure out why Keri is such a b*tch.
I liked this book. I like zombie stories because they usually dig deep into the mind of characters and show me things I want to know.
That being said, the main character in this book has lots of missing pieces I would like to know. How did she get to where she lives... what is her connection with the distant friends. Why would they discuss zombie survival. Where is her feelings on lost love ones before the book starts. What was her life like before the zombies.
It's like you came in 15 minutes after the movie started. From that point on, it worked much better. I liked the interactions of all characters and the story plot.
It's a good zombie book. Good story line. Nothing really different than many other zombie books I've listen to.
When Casey saves the day and singlehandedly rescues her friends from zombie annihilation.
No, first time. I liked her voice with it's southern Virginia twang.
I didn't cry although there were a few sad moments. I laughed a few times.
Trying my best to get through this story - The narrator is very good, but she should not be doing mens voices, it reminds me of a 12 year old child voice. THis story so far is slow, not alot of zombie blood and gore that I love like in Apocolypse of the dead, and beyond barriers, dead city, tooth and nail, remains if the dead, domain of the dead ........ I wish Audible would get more real zombie gore stuff
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