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The first winter has come, and with it, new problems. No longer are the zombies the biggest threat to survival. With the global infrastructure gone, people are forced to do whatever it takes to survive...even the unthinkable. Steve faces his toughest decision yet as he tries to lead his people through one nightmare after another. Kevin risks everything to save one girl and finds himself in the middle of a military fight for power.

Juan fights his way home, but soon finds himself leaving the island...at the worst time possible. Two women set out for London...but one has a secret that she is keeping under wraps. One man seeks to be a god as a new exodus occurs in Egypt. A soldier abandons his post, but can he escape his duty? The darkest days have come now that winter has most of the world in its clutches.

©2012 TW Brown (P)2014 TW Brown

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Great continuation of the story

If you could sum up DEAD: Siege & Survival in three words, what would they be?

I want more :)

What did you like best about this story?

I always love Steve & Kevin's story. I think these books could be about them alone and they'd be just as great.

Have you listened to any of Andrew McFerrin’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, I've listened to the previous books in the series. He does an outstanding job!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No, I didn't have an extreme reaction to this book. If you've been with the series up until now, you know the style of writing and the story. So anytime there's a major loss in characters, it's unexpected, yet at the same time, it's no surprise.

Any additional comments?

Can't wait to get started on the next book in the series!

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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More zombie adventure

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

There were a few lines that I laughed out loud listening to - which is a testament to the narrator enjoying the written content.<br/>"the zombie version of the stink eye"<br/>"what- the hell- is *kuru*?" <br/>"..was like roaches when the lights come on..."

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed the book just as much as the rest in the series. You pretty much know by this point in the series if you're going to like the story lines and I do. I still like Steve and Kevin's story lines best.<br/>I smiled at the mention of Mark Tufo, another great zombie series to check out, books on the shelf of a zombie fanatics' book shelf. It was fun to see the shout out.<br/>At this point I'll keep listening as long as there are books in the series to listen to. I've grown to really appreciate the narrator for this series.<br/>Highly enjoyable, good zombie adventure fun -- and occasionally a curve ball where people that we "know" die- which not every author does too often. <br/>Definitely worth checking out the series! It starts with Dead: The Ugly Beginning.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • bs
  • 03-20-16

Not my fave, but enjoyed it.

I don't care for the Egyptian story line at all- just doesn't interest me. So far, the British characters are not my cup o tea either...

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Tight like a tiger

One of the best books I have heard when it ended I could not Wai to get the next book.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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best one so far...

when i purchased this read it was either make or break for me. the previous 2 books were kind of a drag and i dont like most of the vinnettes. this book made up for them. .

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Great story but needs....

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yes I like it

What didn’t you like about Andrew McFerrin’s performance?

I think his female voices and accents are horrid

Do you think DEAD: Siege & Survival needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes it ends in a cliff hanger

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  • Pam C
  • Wolfforth, TX
  • 10-18-17

What??

What?? The ending was not my favorite. Why? You'll have to read it to understand. That being said, suffice to say, I am glad there is another book that has already been written so that I don't have to wait to find out what happened. Cliff hangers are not my favorite way to end a book. This author is so dang good, I tend to read all day long (actually, I have the audio version, so my ear phones are in my ears all day) and, when I have to stop, I cannot stop thinking about it. There are very few authors that effect me that way. It breaks my heart when people I have come to like in the story hurt...or die. Life sucks like that. Andrew McFerrin is an excellent narrator. His character voices are right on from book to book and character to character. I am able to keep them apart by their voices and the timber of his voice is such that I don't tire of hearing him narrate.
I'm ready for the next book!!

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Tons of action and awesome characters!

What made the experience of listening to DEAD: Siege & Survival the most enjoyable?

Narration is great. The series is the most realistic I've read.

What was one of the most memorable moments of DEAD: Siege & Survival?

Wow. There are so many. It seems one great scene follows another. But I have to say I'm still imagining the scene from the last chapter. It was heartbreaking. But I don't want to give any spoilers.

Which scene was your favorite?

All the scenes were pretty tense in this book of the series so I can't really claim just one as a favorite.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Definitely the last chapter. My face is still wet from the tears.

Any additional comments?

Love this series!

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Great!

I'm not disappointed (unlike other zombie-authors with high ranking I've tried lately on Amazon). There is hardly anyone like you, T. W. Brown.

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Better Than The Walking Dead Books

Excellent Series. So addictive I listen every free second I get. If you are a zombie fan this series is a must. All the different story lines happening simultaneously leaves you with a cliff hanger at the end of each chapter. Moving on to the next book. I need to know what's going on with the zombie kids!!

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  • Trevor
  • 07-10-14

Great series still enjoying but......

What did you like most about DEAD: Siege & Survival?

The writer being able to allow strong characters to pass

What did you like best about this story?

Personally i am a Willa fan but.......

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

For the first time no, i am in character burn out and i just turn off on one group 100% so i tried to break it into days but this did not work. If you want to get through these books and they are great don't do it one after other as you will get burnt out on getting into new groups and new characters. Give a week between each one but they are great.

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I think this series is great, really enjoyable and do like that the writer deals with the dark side of apocalypse on many fronts. I enjoy moving around the groups and in a way like the fact strong characters are allowed to pass but with lesser characters i think i am becoming a touch tired in trying to emotionally get involved in new ones all the time, think time to just run they story but keep the main characters alive. I missed 1 character whom was killed and sorry a young girl went. Overall the book was great but i need a little break as if you listen book after book with the sped of character changes you can't keep investing in them. When i finished the book i realise i knew all groups and what they were doing but oh yes there is a group in the UK near the M4 but i have no idea what their names are or what happened them in the book...... I will have a few weeks off before next book as things change in these books fast and you can become not attached to new people... There is a twist coming with the child zombies and looking forward where that is going.....