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The dead are rising.

Reports of rioting and mob violence begin to appear in the news as more and more major cities go silent. The CDC and FEMA are powerless to stop the spread of the deadly “Reaper Virus”. Rumors fly about the nature of the “rioters”, claiming that the dead have risen to prey on the living. In the Midwest city of Springfield, Missouri, all law enforcement officers are called to report for duty.

Corrections Officer Wylie Grant is sent into the field only to discover for himself that they are facing the living dead. Wylie and National Guard Corporal Chrissy “Spec-4” Wilder must fight their way back to the Nathanael County Jail, where the few remaining officers are attempting to regroup. Soon, they find themselves leading the rescue efforts as more and more positions are overrun by the dead.

Darkness is Awakening.

©2019 D A Roberts (P)2019 catt dahman

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Great zombie apocalypse story intertwining the Norse Gods.

This is a great series. If you like zombie apocalypse and Norse mythology then this is perfect for you. I read this series when it was first released and loved it. They pulled it back, re-edited it, put some amazingly cool cover art with it, and re-released them. Now it is on audio format too. This is one of my favorite series ever. The main characters are believable and remind my of people I’ve worked and served with. Add to that the Norse pantheon and it makes for an incredible book. I can’t wait until the next in the series is released!

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great story but

One of my favorite stories, but the narration and edits needs work. Sentace repeats or restarts and the narrator isn't very consistent.
Over all I was able to ignore the hiccups and listen to the story. Hopefully the next will be done soon and there is a little more care with the final edition.

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He Was Eating A Cat

Better than most zombie books. Kinda short, but good action and likable characters. The narrator is good as well. Nothing new here, but overall a good zombie diversion.