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Zombies charge first, ask questions later.
Middle-aged, overweight, and undead, Diane Newby leads the paranormal privateers against criminals and corruption. Sailing to trouble spots too sensitive for the US government, with zombie strength and regeneration they beat bullies into submission. Aided by zombie turkeys, corgis, and bulls, vicious criminal geniuses fall before them. If Diane gets overwhelmed by foes, her lovely zombie bodyguards and romantic zombie husband come to the rescue.
Out of the blue, new foes appear. Or are they friends? Or both? The frenemies neutralize zombies and orchestrate world peace. They disrupt the economy and produce fabulous wealth. Even the greatest criminals and governments can't stop them from dominating the world.
Can humanity afford the price of peace? All must surrender freedom to a not-so-benign dictatorship. Diane and the paranormal privateers must do the unthinkable to save humanity. But is it enough?
In an explosive and unconventional ending to Andy Zach's Life After Life Chronicles, you will learn what happens when the paranormal privateers meet the world's greatest fear. And you will laugh all the way.
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I love Andy Zach's Audiobooks.
First off, I want to apologize to Mr Andy for not Reviewing these books at a lot earlier time. Again I can't say anything but how much I have enjoyed the three books in this Series. The performance by Phil Blechman was great. I especially loved the voice of the Alien, and the Villains. Y'all just have to check out this Series, you won't be disappointed. Thanks again Mr Andy Zach.
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Pretty fun though a lot crammed into the plot
Note: While this is Book 3 in the series it works mostly well as a stand-alone novel. Zombies! But it’s worse than that – there’s zombie turkeys, zombie corgis, zombie chipmunks, and even zombie mother-in-laws! Haha! I’ve really enjoyed this series, though Book 1 has been my favorite. This book is fun as well but parts of it were a little slow and there’s a lot piled into the story, maybe a little too much. Diane, Sam, and Lisa continue to be my favorite characters. Diane is such a quintessential mother-in-law: a bit overbearing but definitely well meaning. If you want a difficult job done to completion, send in Diane (with her zombie corgis and zombie bulls!). And it’s good to have Sam and Lisa taking bigger roles this book (I missed them in Book 2 where they only had a small part near the end). The story rambles a bit and some of that was fun but some of it felt a little out there, a little disjointed. We’ve got the zombies (human and non-human) but then we toss in North Korea nuclear missile stuff, Somali pirates, aliens, AIs, clones, and a master nemesis who is over 100 years old. Sometimes I did loose track of the plot, though I did so while still chuckling at the humor. There is a little bit of political stuff tucked in here and there. Whenever I got close to my limit, the story moved on to something else. During these times, I don’t want politics in my fiction as I get enough of it in real life (just a personal bent since I go to fiction to escape reality for a bit). The story leaves us with happy zombies. 4/5 stars. The Narration: Phil Blechman and Raven Perez continue to give us a really good performance. For the most part, they had unique voices for all the characters. I really enjoy Perez’s mother-in-law voice. There are characters from around the world (and then some) in this story and sometimes the narrators gave us accents, and sometimes this didn’t, and then occasionally those accents went in and out. I was expecting some Somali accents, but didn’t really hear any. Also the Hispanic accent sometimes sounded real close to the Korean accent, which kinda shows how muddled the accents sometimes were. Still, all characters were easy to distinguish from one another. On the technical side, occasionally Perez’s parts sounded like they were recorded in a totally different room than Blechman. However, all around, considering the huge cast of characters on this one, it was a pretty good narration. 4/5 stars. I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Andy Zach. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.