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When a bus full of tourists infected with a genetically engineered virus stops in a quiet community, the area threatens to become the epicenter for a worldwide outbreak. Two Vista County deputies race to contain the revived dead, stop the spread of the virus, and combat the chaos and anarchy that ensues.

©2014 Caleb Cleek (P)2018 Caleb Cleek

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InFected: Book One. . . Very Easy to 'FALL' Into!

So glad I found Caleb Cleek's "The Fall!" After reading the synopsis, I thought this would be a great one to add to my zombie library, and I was right! The storyline is filled with never ending zombie mayhem, which flows flawlessly along with the realistic and understandable human emotions the characters must face while trying to negotiate their new, uncertain and uncompromising world.

It would be much appreciated if audible made the second book in this series ("The Flight") available ASAP. These types of books/series are (without a doubt) much more exciting when listening, as it makes the graphics so much more realistic, and the whole experience tons more thrilling.

Thank you, Mr. Cleek and Mr. Ritchie, for the incredible beginning to a super exciting Zombie adventure!

10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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  • 09-15-18

An excellent reading of a masterfully writen story

I loved the Kindle version of Infected: The Fall so much, I immediately bought the audible version when I saw it was available. Chris Ritchie did an excellent job narrating the tale. His character voices brought a rich new dimension to an already amazing story. If you are a fan of the zombie genre or The Walking Dead, you will love Infected: The Fall. The action is fast paced, the plot is well thought out and believable, and the prose is masterfully written. I hope the second book in the series, Infected: The Flight, comes to Audible soon because it was even better than Infected: The Fall.

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Meh....

Probably could have been 2 hours shorter....the detailed description of hpw a drill pr a rifle works pissed me of... SKIP! I like the narrator, but the way this book ended stopped me from moving on to the next

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could have been better

From the beginning I was very much into the story. It had a great start The first half Was very compelling but by the next half of the story until the final act I was struggling to finish. I found myself very bored not sure if I am gonna continue this series.. maybe way later.

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not bad...

This is an ok story so far. It's not very exciting... I hope the sequels have more action.

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Meh

Not as great as the reviews say. Not sure if it was the narrator's voice or the book itself, but I kept zoning out and had to go back and re-listen again and again. It wasn't bad, just not as gripping as many of the reviews state.

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Okay zombie story

Story so far does have a lot about zombies and for the main character to be a cop he made a lot of dump decisions. Also he care more about his “job” than his family’s safety. Out chasing a criminal instead of protecting his home and family. What did he think would happen when he gone all day thinking up dump shit to do. Which at the end helped no one and got people killed. Storyline went in to many directions.

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ridiculous descriptions of mundane actions

I haven't even finished the first half of this book. I had to stop and write the review now. the author is ridiculous in the explanation of things the characters do. it started with hand positioning for CPR, then with putting the car to drive from reverse two clicks of the gear shift away, then putting on his seatbelt and making sure it clicked. the story might have had a chance if a readers overall irritation from this repeated writing habit hadn't gotten in the way. please tell me the author did not pay an editor to proofread this book.

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Not bad, despite the narrator

the story was not bad at all and did give a more possible explanation for zombies. however, the narrator had a great deal of difficulty with a range of voices that did take away from the performance.
Dr A

0 of 8 people found this review helpful