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It is the ninth year of the zombie apocalypse. Zach and his group of survivors at Mount Weather are struggling with the effects of no manufacturing and the difficulties of reestablishing the United States of America. To add to the difficulties, President Stark's position as president is being challenged. If he loses in the upcoming election, what will happen to his right-hand man, Zach Gunderson?

©2020 David Achord (P)2020 Tantor

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Doesn’t disappoint

As an avid listener to all Zombie Apocalypse novels, this series holds a special place in my heart. My son was named after the man behind the Zombie rules. If you’re reading this, and haven’t read or listened to the previous books. You’re in for a treat when you start this series.

This book in particular was classic Achord. If you’re familiar with his writing, he has a way of progressing the characters that is immersive and overall enjoyable. To see my fav characters this far after the fall of man is extraordinary cool. I almost feel like They’re real people. Can’t forget to mention Halstead. He really captures the emotions displayed. This is more of a review of the series than anything, it’s important to note that the series has truly evolved into a classic. From a young man who had lost his grandma to being the ear of the president.
This book truly had nothing I could complain about. Well done.

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book good

listening is the most important part of the game and the game is the best thing for me and my mom. I think so far I know what you mean about the situation. red fish three fish blue fish?

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Somewhat not as expected

It's about time the overall story ends. The latest book in the series is not as good as I had hoped... It opens the plot for a future story line but it is nothing you would really miss...

It's not a fifteen but a 14.5 if you ask me

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Fantastic listen

I have really enjoyed this series and can’t wait for the next book. It is not your typical post apocalypse book in that they do not come across huge stockpiles of needed items and had to be self sufficient and crafty. The ending of this book surprised but pleased me.

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The dialogue this author uses annoys me so much

Who used words like "guffawed" and "befuddled" in a zombie apocalypse? I have dealt with it the previous books but enough.

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not worth the wait

do not read if you do not want some spoilers. this is your warning.....



I started reading the zombie rules story in 2017. I finished the entire series right around the time the previous book came out. I found the audiobooks on YouTube and saw that the new book had finally come out around 3 years later. so I went back and listened to the whole series again. the one thing I really dislike about this series, is that the author does a wonderful job of making you absolutely despise characters. when Julie and everyone are murdered, you can't wait for Zack to get revenge on them and you never get it. instead another character that you hate, gets the revenge for him. those bad characters that the author spends so much time making you despise, shouldn't just die in a quick easy painless death. they should suffer and know that they are dying so it makes it worth it. and so many times we don't get that vindication. and in this book Rachelle is that person. at least she kind of gets what's coming to her in a way that is vindicating compared to other deaths. but I almost said that I am done with this series forever until she was killed. if she had been in the next book I wouldn't have read it. I don't like that the zombies are now pretty much talking I think they have jumped the shark with this series. most zombie books start out with humans versus zombies and then eventually make their way to humans versus humans with zombies present. this has pretty much always been humans versus humans with zombies present. again the author doesn't give us much as that group that they stumble across, that kills two people and has that woman taped up, we don't even get to hear what happens to them besides a quick journal entry or quick discussion but no details whatsoever. I was disappointed that we had to wait 3 years for such a poor continuation of the story. I hope that the author comes back with one more book and wraps the story up for good. however the narrator as always does a great job. I would wait for it to come out on youtube. don't waste your money

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Series never disappoints

Characters always interesting as is the storyline.

I love David Achord and perfect narration by Graham Halstead. They make a great. Tam.

As always I binged on audiobook and so sad it’s finished for now. I’ve gone through every book in the series at least twice. Who know maybe there will be a 3rd time, maybe?

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Need more of Zack! this book was great. Wonder the adventure will lead next!! Can't wait

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Hooked since book 1.

I hating waiting for the next book, but damn. it's worth it.

I can't wait to see what happens to Zack and everyone else. the ending is what we needed lol.

hopefully Riley doesn't go all crazy. she's definitely a bad ass. hopefully Zack can help train her to be a warrior.

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Good story but lacks the suspense and action

This story is about the aftermath of the Zombie apocalypse and how to rebuild the future. It was interesting, but not riveting. It was more of a discussion than an intense action story. Good to finish the series on, but not a good place to drag people back for more.

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  • W
  • 06-12-21

Love this series!

Amazing story and amazing performance from the narrator.
I look forward until the next book, although the cliffhanger is killing me!

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  • 03-23-21

MIDDLE OF THE ROAD

Book 7 in the Zombie Rules Series is lacklustre in comparison to the previous six books. It is still enjoyable just without the impact.