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Ashley was just trying to get through a tough day when the world turned upside down.
A terrifying virus appears, quickly becoming a pandemic that leaves its victims, not dead, but far worse. Attacked by zombies, Ashley discovers that she is a "Wild-Card" - immune to the virus - and she is recruited to fight back and try to control the outbreak.
It's Buffy meets the Walking Dead in a rapid-fire zombie adventure!
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not bad for a zombie series
it was an interesting story of a zombie plague. I liked it, but not as much as Maberry's Rot and ruin series.
- A. Marie
Gripping, fun & hip zombie story.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
If you love zombies you will love this story. This is the hipness of Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets The Walking Dead.
What about Dana Fredsti’s performance did you like?
She is an actress apparently & you can tell because the narration is so intense. The only problem I had is that the audio quality seemed muffled in a few spots but her performance is dead on.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I actually LOVED how the book would move between the main story to a zombie perspective for a short time. It was (thanks to the music) always obvious when this was occurring & it just added to the tenseness of the story.
Any additional comments?
You won't regret buying this book.
Excellent. Looking forward to "Nation" & "World"
Where does Plague Town rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Right up there
What other book might you compare Plague Town to, and why?
Walking Dead novels. Similar but with a "Wildcard" twist
Which scene did you most enjoy?
Perhaps the zombie swarm? Hard to say. Kept me interested from start to end
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
- Dr Richard C Hall
Had a really good time listening to this book. I heard about it on dogma debate and the sample they played made me want to hear more. Having the author read the book was a perfect choice, though her pronunciation of some words was odd (Ebola, for instance - maybe just regional). Story was interesting. Loved the strong female lead. The romantic element was a bit stereotypical, and it was easy to see the big twist coming, but the flow was good and the action kept coming at a pace that was neither overwhelming or boring. I would recommend this to people I like, and plan to listen to the rest of the series.