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Washington Dead City, Book II
Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
Length: 8 hrs and 5 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Six years ago, the president made the difficult decision to abandon Washington to the undead-and The Wall was built to keep them trapped inside. Now, a new presidential election revives the hopes of the nation as one candidate promises to retrieve the Declaration of Independence and Constitution from behind The Wall.

Retired CIA operative Asher Hawke, AKA the Kestrel, agrees to lead a team to recover the national treasures. But when they insert behind The Wall, they discover that organized crime families have been stealing priceless artwork and cash as well as disposing of bodies behind The Wall.

©2016 Brian Parker (P)2019 Muddy Boots Press, LLC

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  • timj26
  • ontario canada
  • 06-29-19

Great series

Set in the same world as book one gnash
Unaware the mob has been increasing the zombie population a new President is determined to recover America’s historical documents from the hot zone
Andrews narration is excellent and always makes the book better
Can’t wait for book three think all hell breaks loose
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Great post apoc book

Rend. . Great read / listen. Zombie fiction at its best. Looking forward to the next book.
Andrew B Wehrein unique style is well suited to this genre.
I received a free copy of this audio book at my own request and voluntarily leave this review.

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Book 2 and Wow

Thinking and conniving creatures that want to destroy the world. Great book and lots of action. You find yourself at times yelling at the characters to shut up and run!!! lol Will be interesting to see what the next book will bring and see how these creatures will try and destroy the world. The narrator did an amazing job bringing each character to life and getting me vested in each one. Hence, shut up and run! This book has it all! Even slimy politicians who you hope will be a victim, well not a victim but lunch for these creatures! Great Book I know the next one will be great as well.

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Better than the first

I seriously debated listening to this second book because of some of the overt politicalness of the first book (see review from that) but I like zombie fiction enough that I figured I could look past it and got this one too.

This book is so much better than the first. First the politics isn't shoved down your throat the way I felt it was in the first one, so that was good, but the characters motivations, feelings, desires and so much better.

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I love the mystery of the different types of dead. Is there a way for the one to make more 'thinkers'? what will happen in the war between the dead? Can the thinkers use weapons beyond just rocks? There's probably a lot of guns and stuff still usable in the DC area.... could we have armed zombies? Looking forward to book 3.

I received a copy of this book at my request in exchange for a fair review.

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  • RJ
  • Cottage Grove, MN, United States
  • 07-01-19

Good story, bad ending!

When the nuke didn’t solve the zombie problem, our government decided to put a ten-foot wall around Washington to separate us from the problem. Well, that’s not working out so well either. The mobs are using the walled-off city to dump their problem bodies into, thus increasing the number of zombies over the past five years. Our government is also taking a lot of heat over the fact we haven’t removed all the social documents from Washington. Documents such as the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence. So its time to send in another team to check on the zombie situation and retrieve the documents. The call goes out once again to former Special Forces and CIA operator Asher Hawke. Asher will be in charge of the technical situation while female FBI agent Alison will have overall control. Sounds like the ingredients for a romance, doesn’t it? There’s a bit of penis measuring going on between the FBI HRT and Asher. Other than that, there is plenty of action, especially when they find out just how bad the zombie situation is. The only thing I didn’t like is the author taking out a key player at the end. I don’t see the justification for that, and this character brought much to the story. How that hole will be filled is up to the next volume. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Decent series

This is a follow up to Gnash where Washington is surrounded by a wall to keep in the zombies. The president wants documents that are in the zombie zone and specially group are sent to get them. Enjoyed the characters of Asher and Alisson and good narration, it is a political and military zombie book await book 3. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you!