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Publisher's Summary

In Harm's Way, book three in the Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse series, picks up on day eight where Soldier On: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse left off.

Outbreak - Day Eight

After running and gunning across much of the western US, Cade Grayson, former Delta Force operator, is finally reunited with his wife, Brook, and daughter, Raven. Hours after arriving at the relative safety of Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, the new Capital of the United States, Cade is approached by the new president, Valerie Clay. Her request is simple: she appeals to the patriot in him to rejoin the unit that he left for civilian life 15 months prior and once more go into harm's way, taking the fight to the enemy.

Meanwhile, Duncan Winters, Vietnam-era aviator, finds himself stranded in Springs along with BLM firefighter Daymon Bush. Both men arrived with Cade and were promised transport back to Eden, Utah. Duncan longs to be reunited in Eden with his brother, Logan, a survivalist/Doomsday prepper. Daymon, with no surviving family, knows only one thing for certain: he doesn't want to remain trapped behind the wire inside of a huge government-run military base.

Mere days after Washington, D.C., is overrun and the sitting president goes missing, Robert Christian, billionaire kingmaker who has been waiting in the wings for a world-changing event such as this, marshals his group of mercenaries led by former Navy SEAL Ian Bishop. Their mission: to control what remains of the United States by any means necessary and ultimately reshape the country to fit their warped vision for a new world order.

Will Cade accept President Clay's overture and embark on a new high priority mission alongside his friend and mentor, Delta Commander General Mike Desantos? Will Brook Grayson continue to hone her newly found survival skills and successfully train her 11-year-old daughter, Raven, to defend herself against the undead threat?

©2012 Shawn Chesser (P)2016 Shawn Chesser

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the rider needs to do his military homework

there was some serious missteps in this book what happened at the end of this book was entirely ridiculous the crazy piece of garbage would never have got near those doctors much less their work area as it would have been under constant guard at all times and he would have been shot if he did not cease and desist making the plot of the end of this book extremely unenjoyable to listen to because it would not have happened.

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An offspeed pitch, but still great.

Starting 8 days after the original outbreak happened, In Harm's Way finds Cade Grayson safe with his family -- for the time being. He's elected to "re-up" to help his brothers-in-arms to defeat the enemies of the state... both zombies and others.

The narration for this and both other books was done by Chris Patton. Like the other 2, the narration in this was perfect. He is the perfect voice for Cade and the other characters that are involved in all the books. Patton does a superb job keeping up with the pacing of the book, speeding up when he needs to and taking it a little slower when it's called for.

The first two books in the Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse series: Trudge and Soldier On were both action throughout -- Trudge needed some set up in the beginning but then quickly sped up. Soldier On was beginning to end action with a lot happening to move the story forward. With In Harm's Way, I could tell that Chesser was looking for a way to explain what was going to happen in the next books and with the series. Technically it could have ended in book 2 with a relatively happy ending, but to continue he needed to turn the story a bit. I think that's what is happening with book 3.

Don't get me wrong, In Harm's way is still a great post-apocalyptic/zombie novel, it was just a total off-speed pitch in comparison to the other two. I 100% understand why Chesser did what he did and I don't fault him for it at all. Unfortunately, I can't really talk about the choices that he made to continue the story because it will involve major spoilers. Let's just say I can't wait to see what happens in book 4.

Some of the technology that is included really peaked my interest. I'm sure that there either is something like what he described today, and if it's not I'm betting it's in the pipeline for the near future.

The characters are incredibly well described, and some of the new ones gave me chills when certain things happened. (It's really hard not to give away too much). I am eagerly awaiting for Chesser and Patton to team up for the rest of the series because I need to figure out what happens to Cade, his family, and the others.

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be prepared for a slight slowdown

Day 8 of the zombie apocalypse. There is no cure. There is little to no chance that anyone who has made it just over a week will continue to live for much longer. Cade Grayson has been reunited with his wife and daughter just in time for the new President to ask Cade to re-up to help fight against the new enemies of the state – the zombies and others.

Narration for In Harm’s Way was done by Chris Patton. If you are familiar with the series, you know that Patton has narrated the other two books in this series too. He is the perfect voice for Cade and the other characters. A little raspy and manly, the voice fits Cade’s character perfectly. The production quality was perfect; I didn’t notice any issues or problems with speed or anything else.

Trudge and Soldier on were fast-paced books. Especially Soldier On. I remember reading that and barely taking a chance to eat or sleep. In Harm’s Way was a little bit of a changeup compared to those two books because Chesser decided to take his time and provide an incredibly details explanation of what was going on in the world outside of Cade and the other soldiers little “bubble.”

While this change in speed wasn’t expected by me, I still really enjoyed the story the Chesser wrote. The direction he is taking this series makes me happy and I think that book 4 will be right back at the bang-bang-bang speed that I was used to.

Overall, this was still a great zombie book – just be prepared for a slight slowdown. Chesser finds a way with every book to leave me begging for more, and he’s done it again.

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Great

Loved this! Love the entire series. Zombies and villains what could be better? Very good series.

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Absolutely a great book

the books prior in the series are great, just like this one. now onto the next book in the series.

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Better and worse

I loved the better descriptions once again showing more improvement from the first two. sometimes it had to pull out the dictionary though but it's cool, I love to learn new things. still a page turner and the narrator is really into it this time around. My only complaint is the one chapter of people who are totally unrelated to any of the story arcs so far but it was well written and well performed.

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Another Great One!

Love this book. Reader beware: there are parts of the story that are gruesome and disturbing, however, there are other parts that are filled with great happiness and joy, and lastly this story also brings extreme loss and sadness. This series is a "must read" series.

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Awesome!

I don’t like it when a character I love gets killed! But I’m so invested in this story and the authors amazing talent I can’t stop now!!!

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In Harms Way! Wow

This story keeps getting better. zThe characters are well developed I can see theem in my mind, great writting.
I can't wait to read the next book.

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I’m loving this series!

Each book gets better and better. I’m listening obsessively and can’t wait to start the next book!!!

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  • Alex Garrett
  • 03-27-18

Great book!

A very enjoyable listen. the action really starts to ramp up In this the 3rd installment of stza. Excellent characters, a well crafted story and great narration. Riveted from start to finish.

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  • Amanda
  • 08-26-17

Hey not the best but not the worst either

had to go back over it twice to get the most of the story goodhough

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  • James
  • 04-04-17

The story is developing nicely.

What did you like most about In Harm's Way?

The story deals with the difference between the entitled and the general joe .

What did you like best about this story?

The writer expands the sphere of influence and circumstances.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Many cannot just pick one.

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

Yes the fact that the elite would suffer the dead horde with no quarter given, due to bank account holdings.

Any additional comments?

Finish the audible series so we can have finality.