Volume One: Maryhill
Fourteen survivors in a post-apocalyptic world are all that remain of the group who left Portland, OR almost two months ago. They have seen unspeakable horrors, been through tragedies and triumphs, and are simply trying to stay alive for one more day.
Now, they have finally reached their destination, the Maryhill Museum of Art, only to find a horde of zombies blocking their progress. Weary and disheartened, the survivors have to regroup and determine their next move.
They have no idea what obstacles they will face trying to get inside the museum, or what they will find if they do succeed.
Will Maryhill be the fortress of protection they so desperately need? Or will it become something else entirely...
Volume Two: O.M.S.I.
Roughly three months before the apocalyptic events that took place at the Maryhill Museum of Art, the world was just beginning to fall into chaos. The outbreak had not yet spread across the country and many were still blissfully unaware of the horrors that were coming for them.
Volume Three: Hood River
Now, the survivors have taken to the road, trying to find a better place to live in the new post-apocalyptic world, but are they prepared for what they may find?
Volume Four: Columbus Road
The final, chilling story of the series finds the small group of survivors making themselves comfortable in a less than ideal setting. Despite the problems, and the zombies waiting just outside its doors, this is the safest place the survivors have been in a long time.
But their peace and safety is short-lived. Now divided into small groups, they are forced to make difficult decisions in the hopes that the others will survive to see the next sun rise.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
This story was a full out miss. I did not connect with a single character. the voices and performance were OK, but the silly laugh track he put out there reminds me of some oft ridiculed French movie where a guy throws a football around with another guy at the beach.