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Publisher's Summary

Audiobook one: Pandemic 

The first episode in the acclaimed apocalyptic military thriller series by Craig DiLouie, Joe McKinney, and Stephen Knight! 

As a new disease turns people into sadistic, laughing killers, in Boston, a battalion of light infantry struggles to maintain order. As the number of infected grows, the battalion loses control, and the soldiers find themselves fighting for their lives against the very people they once swore an oath to protect. During the ensuing collapse, the lost battalion learns the Army is still holding out in Florida, which has been cleared of the Infected. Harry Lee, its commander, decides the only hope for his men is to get there. But first they must cross more than a thousand miles of America that has been turned into a war zone, fighting a fearless, implacable, and merciless enemy. 

Audiobook two: Slaughterhouse 

With laughter, comes death....

Emerging from the smoking ruins of Boston, Lieutenant Colonel Harry Lee leads the First Battalion, 55th Infantry Regiment on a perilous trek to its besieged home post of Fort Drum. Along the way, the unit must battle through the legions of diseased killers lying in wait, evading clever ambushes and fighting through terrifying attacks. Lee struggles to hold the battalion together while epitomizing its motto, "Bounding Forward." 

Audiobook three: Die Laughing 

The City of Brotherly Love is currently under the protection of General Anthony Bell, commander of the famed 56th Stryker Brigade, the Independence Brigade. But in a world gone mad, nothing is as it seems. And when Bell has Lee arrested and put up on charges, it's up to Lee's right-hand man, Major Chris Walker, to pick up the pieces. Can he snatch Lee from the hangman's noose, and can he guide his troops and his civilian charges through the gathering horde of maniacal killers? Or will they all die laughing?

©2013, 2014, 2015 The Retreat Series, LLC (P)2018 Blue Heron Audio

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Good Story

Enjoyed the story. Did notice some discrepancies, as with any long story. Sandra Rollings in the first book was said to have grown up in "Beantown". Then in book 3, she is from a small-town outside Atlanta. Otherwise, well written and creative.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Could have been better.

Even RC Bray couldn't save this series. Hours and hours of play by play battlefield description. The dialogue was good....when there was dialogue. Too much of the same play by play over and over.

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excellent

grest narrator as always the performance was spectacular. fantastic book series, interesting premise. will listen to more!

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lots of action little story

there is a lot of graphic violent action with different perspective but the story and story pace are lacking

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repeats

Chapter 72 n 73 are the same, which means this book was not reviewed, still a grate book n lots of funny grammer.

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terrible

The first book was good, terrible ending though. The second and third books could have been combined--their endings were subpar. Honestly, if RC Bray hadn't been the narrator I would have just turned it off completely. The story had fleeting moments of greatness, but overall it was a bunch of radio jargon that just dragged on and on with relatively nothing in between. Character development was all over the place and you feel like you just got a little bit of everyone in the country instead of a lot of one person. I won't be purchasing the rest.

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waited so long..

but was it worth it!
I hands down love this series! Ever since I read the first book I'd been waiting for the others to be released. Very glad they finally were! The story is top notch though don't expect book 2 and 3 to be as gripping or edge of your seat as the first one. So many things happen it almost becomes a blur. As much as I love the narrator, his real talent shines when he has to cover less characters. Not a dig at the narrator though, he is, hands down, amazing. The second and third books deal with many, many more characters and it can be somewhat confusing at times to tell certain characters apart. Still, with all that said, pick up the first book.. or, go all in for the package deal on audible!

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Repeat of the same old story with CLOWNS!

Typical Zombie book with action from beginning till the end. In fact there is so much action I got PTSD. Characters are not developed enough for you to really care about them. RC is good as always. I gave it a 3 star because it did keep my attention throughout the book; but I'm a zombie war R.C. Bray nut. Would I buy this again... No I would pass just because it felt like a repeat of a generic storyline with the twist of Clown Zombies who enjoy pain.

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I loved Bray's performance..the story? not so much

I'm a big RC Bray fan, and grabbed this book simply because he read it. He didn't disappoint. The story, however, was not my cuppa'.

The way the author treated his protagonists was a bit Game of Thrones-ian...kill them off just as the reader develops an emotional connection. Sure, the shock effect can be effective in a genre like this, but at the end I was left feeling like I'd wasted several hours with nothing to show for it.

It's also obviously going to be several books longer, and now I don't have any interest in seeing how things turn out for the characters left.

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Careful criticism

So R.c bray is phenomenal and really drags you into the story with his reading style so far the story is relatively consistent but the characters aren’t as much so . Overall it’s like the joker from The Dark Knight movies Were cloned and overran the world in the movie The Crazy’s scenario. They jump around a lot and you have to pay attention to the way the characters think rather than the names because you could be introduced to a new character and they might not be the person who was talking a minute ago.