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Crossbones

An Omega Days Novel
Narrated by: Richard Ferrone
Series: Omega Days, Book 4
Length: 12 hrs and 13 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Campbell returns to his "impressively convincing vision" (Publishers Weekly) of the apocalypse, as humanity's last hopes struggle to outlive the end of the world. 

Leading the U.S.S. Nimitz survivors has forced Father Xavier Church to make some hard decisions, but he's protected his flock. Only, his fortress is about to fall, and, this time, he might not be able to save them all. 

Most people lost everyone they loved to the walking dead, but Evan Tucker didn't have anything to lose. The folks on the Nimitz are the closest family he's ever had. He'll fight to his last breath to make sure nothing comes between them - no matter whether it's the undead or the living. 

Coast Guard captain Elizabeth Kidd has always been a consummate professional, the opposite of her cruel pirate ancestor of the same name. But the Omega Virus didn't just change people into zombies; for some, the change was more subtle, and much more nefarious. 

As the safe-haven of the Nimitz is besieged by vicious marauders and terrifying Hobgoblins, they come up against the most deadly obstacle they've faced yet, one they have no chance of defeating - the cruel whims of nature itself.

©2015 John L. Campbell (P)2018 Recorded Books

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NOT A Fitting Ending To The Series

This entry reads like the first entry in the series. There are similar new characters and old characters doing similar things. There is hardly any character development or growth and some of the characters do things that are out of character to advance the plot. Example: During a fight with another ship one of the characters thinks this is wrong and that innocent lives will be lost. Then he thinks...oh what the hell, I get to fire on another ship. Really?? This book really has no reason to exist. The author could have given us a much greater episode in the survivors lives like the last entry that actually was way more plausible.

Narration was good..not great. Some of his voices can be grating after awhile.