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Sacrifice

Zed's World, Book 4
Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
Series: Zed's World, Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
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Battle lines are drawn.

There is no escaping the coming conflict. It is a battle that Kyle Puckett and his group of friends and family cannot win, but one they must fight.

They are isolated by nature, outnumbered by their enemies, and surrounded by a sea of the living dead. Struggling to overcome setbacks and using every tactic they can devise, their survival may require the ultimate sacrifice.

©2019 Rich Baker (P)2019 Rich Baker

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Book 4 in the series

I did enjoy this book. I really liked getting the full story of the characters. I really hope that there is a 5th book and that it comes out soon. I will probably relisten to the complete series before hand. The narrator did a great job and enhances your listening experience. I received this for free for an honest review.

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Does not disappoint

Great fourth entry into the Zed's world series. The main arc from the previous book is wrapped up and a new arc begins that also expands the world immensely.

Narrator is excellent as always.

I look forward to the next book.


"This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."

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Felt like a filler episode.

I genuinely enjoyed the first 3 books in Rich Baker's Zed's World series, so I am a bit sad to say I found this one to be a bit disappointing. There was nothing majorly wrong with the book, other than it felt like almost nothing happened for the vast majority of it. Most of it felt very much like those countless filler episodes from The Walking Dead where there are moments of action but other than that very little happens. The lack of action wouldn't bother me if there was still something interesting happening, such as some real character development, but sadly that isn't the case. Not sure how to phrase it other than to say the story felt small. The slow journey toward the battle at the end just doesn't feel worth the hours of buildup. On the plus side, Andrew Wehrlen's narration is rock solid as always. I was given a free review copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • RJ
  • Cottage Grove, MN, United States
  • 11-29-19

Jabba Juice!

Volume three, or four depending who’s counting, begins with the military protecting an oil refinery from the hoard. D-Day and Carmen join up with Danny’s crew while Danny, Elaine, and Naomi spend several days escaping from under a mountain. The Puckett-Montero feud is coming to a head. The zombies take a back seat to the feud but it’s an interesting development and keeps the tension growing. There are the usual situations between military-civilian, civilian-raiders, and zombie-everyone. Friendship, love, sacrifice, violence, betrayal, all good stuff. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Zed’s World 4

I have enjoying this post-apocalyptic series with all of the characters D Day, Carmine, Ben, Keith, Stephanie, Annie, Amanda, Robert, Mark, and the Puckett’s. There is a lot of zombie and gang action but then there are sorrowful ones with sacrifice of lives. Look forward for book 5 with surviving characters and great narration but recommend listening to books 1-3 first. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Michelle Sewell
  • 12-11-19

Brilliant

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

I was really looking forward to listening to this book as I have listened to the previous books in the series. The narrator is great and the storyline was epic. There is the right amount of detail and a good pace to keep me interested. I really felt I could connect with the characters and was not sad about certain characters being killed off. I really hope that there is a fifth book.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 12-05-19

Don't worry about revenge - this isn't a movie.

The Zed's World series started well - and just kept getting better.The characters met in the earlier books, at least those who have survived, continue to grow: real people, all of them, reacting to their fears, hopes and slights the way that normal folks caught in a far from normal situation might well respond. There are still vast numbers of the undead, varying from fast runners who do not tire to those still mindlessly growling in cars, held by seat belts they don't know how to open, and everything in between. And if trying to survive the zombie apocalypse wasn't enough, there is real hostility continuing between the Montero and the Puckett families. It is hard to say goodbye to some of the chatacters.

Well written with excellent characterisation and seen from several points of view, this zombie story is unusual in it's feel of total plausibility. Plenty of action and very visual, there is a fair amount of gore being extracted both from humans and the Zed's.
The narration is by Andrew Wehrlen, reading with just the right amount of flippncy to keep the story both grounded and flowing well. He maintains a fast pace, never becoming over emotional in presentation, allowing the story to tell itself. Each character (and there are many) is individually and appropriately voiced, whether male or female. A very good performance.

My thanks to the rights holder for freely gifting me a complimentary copy of Sacrifice, after I had requested it, via Audiobook Boom. Not usually overly impressed by zombie stories, Zed World has had me gripped since book I. The tensions continued to climb: book four is probably the last in series.
Recommended highly for all with a fondness for the zombie genre or any apocalyptic fans. It excels

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  • Mick J
  • 11-27-19

Boom

As ever frickin amazing, best one yet....
nice little twisty bit at the end as well 😁
NEXT....