It's been one year since the toxoplasmosis outbreak. Nothing has changed. We still have walkers and we still have no cure in sight. The world we live in now is one where you have to fight or die. Fighting against the people who want to take what you have is harder than dealing with the walkers. Tracie and her family are still trying to learn how to deal with a new world, their fears, their grief and threats from the living as they survive and maintain their humanity in a world that has little left.
Tracy picks back up being snarky strong personality. I really liked hearing how her husband thinks during part of this novel. Tracy has a presence that does radiate a southern influence. There are several times that people get what they deserve. You can relate to the threats she makes.
There was a necessary change of narator. This audio due to original narator being a black woman in the first boxed set. This book has Tracy as a white woman with a black husband and mentions the difficulty of this in the south. I prefer this narator.
There is a issue with a soft hiss in the background like it was recorded on tape. If this would be an issue then skip this audiobook.
I think this is the best book in the series so far. I want more.
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