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Now months into the zombie plague, a group of survivors are dealing with broken trusts, evolution of the living dead, and the horrors of the evil side of humanity.

The group becomes separated and struggles to reunite. The infection is spreading. The death toll is tragically high.

Book three of The Grace Series

©2014 M. Lauryl Lewis (P)2017 M. Lauryl Lewis

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Just love this book (series)

I just can not get enough of this series! I have read all the books and can’t wait to hear it all from the narrator! I look forward to more! Thank you again for coming up with this story line!

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Yet another gem in the world of zombie books.

I have read the first 3 books in this series and have loved all of them, so I decided to listen to a narrated copy of Dark Grace to see if it would be a good experience. This is my first audio book and I loved it! The storyline was captivating and drew me in. The narrator did a fantastic job, and I could tell that she rehearsed before recording this book. I can’t wait for book 4 to be recorded!

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Dark Grace

This is a great series. It's another Zombie series, but it's different than other zombie books. The narrator did an amazing job with bringing the characters and story line to live.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Better than book 2 but just ok

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Like the first two books, this one is just OK too. Sadly, the same complaint with the stereotypical male and female characters still applies. The narrator was much better, though. All in all, it wasn't too bad, definitely much better than the last book.

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Zombies and Drama

Dark Grace was a bit hard for me to get in to. I did not realize until I'd already signed up that it was book 3 in a series. I would most definitely recommend starting with book 1 as to not be lost, I was hoping that like some books this one would have a bit of a recap or mention things that had happened previously but no luck.
Dark Grace seemed fairly well written but some of the characters seemed a little immature and whiny. I also didn't enjoy the cheating & sex scenes, it kind of made the book feel like a zombie soap opera.
The narration by Kate Tyler was good, very enjoyable voice to listen to. The different voices were easy to tell apart and the accents weren't over done.
I received a copy of this audiobook at my request and this is my voluntary honest review.

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Great Zombie Thriller! Strong characters & plot

What made the experience of listening to Dark Grace the most enjoyable?

Fun to listen to on a car ride. I can't wait for the next one! When is it out?

What was one of the most memorable moments of Dark Grace?

No spoilers here! You'll have to get it yourself!

What about Kate Tyler’s performance did you like?

Kate has a really engaging voice and I like the way Gus sounds in this one. Just enough of an accent and consistent through the whole book.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Gus is my favorite character. Looking forward to seeing what happens in the next book!

Any additional comments?

Hurry and release the next one!!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Keeps getting better

Zoe is still going strong. Gus is becoming an even bigger part of the story. We have a few new character to look forward to getting to know. Boggs is being an even bigger ass...

Great series and it just keeps getting better starting the next book now.

Great narration & I’m glad to see the rest of the series is he same narrator.

I was voluntarily provided this review copy at no charge by the author, publisher and or narrator.

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Drama Filled Zombie Saga

This was a pretty good book set in a world enduring a Zombie apocalypse. The story was fast paced and quite a lot happened in the nine or so hours book duration. Unfortunately for me, I didn't initially realise that this was part of an ongoing series (this is the third book) and it the author only did subtle flashback / recaps in order to bring the uninitiated up to speed (which to be honest is the way it should be!).

I am sure I would have gotten more out of the book if I had read the previous two titles, despite that I did enjoy the book, which was a drama filled read revolving around a small group of survivors, who must endure heartbreak, betryal, and savagery as much from each other as from the Zombie hordes.

I though that narrator Kate Tyler did an admirable job with the book narration, was steady and evenly toned and not over the top. I would recommend this book, but moreso the series and it's important due to the way this is written to read the books in order.


**I received this book from the author in return for an unbiased and honest review.

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Really should read the first two books first...

Dark Grace: The Grace Series, Book 3 by M. Lauryl Lewis was okay. Now, if you've read the first two books in the series, I think that you'll likely fall into this book with no problem. Unfortunately, I hadn't had the opportunity to read the first two and I honestly figured it wouldn't be a problem, as books in a series usually have some sort of recap or explanation in the beginning that allows readers that may have missed the previous story(s) to catch up. Well, be warned, this book doesn't have any of that. So it was difficult to figure out what in the world was going on in the story for a while. I really liked the premise of the story and think I would have enjoyed it a lot more if I 1. had been able to get caught up to speed quickly in the beginning and 2. if the sex scenes would have been left out of this book. Now, I'm not a prude and you can see from my profile that I listen to plenty of books with sex in the them, but this just felt out of place in a zombiepocalypse type story.

Kate Tyler's narration was good, though there were some issues with the recording/playback of it here and there. It's like she had to re-record some parts and when they were put into the initial recording, they weren't matched to the rest of the the initial recording. Not a huge deal, but it was a little annoying. In addition, I highly recommend listening to this audiobook at either 1.25x or 1.5x, as the narration seemed super slow to me at 1.0x. I would still listen to her performances in the future though, as speeding up the recording isn't a big deal and the few recording issues should be an easy fix and weren't a huge deal to me. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher for an honest review.

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Struggled

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I really seemed to struggle my way through this book. The first 2 were pretty good but I just could not get into this one for some reason. For a zombie book I found the intimate scenes to be a bit too much and the love triangles to be pretty unrealistic.

Any additional comments?

I received this audiobook in exchange for a voluntary and unbiased review.