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Ordinary people surviving extraordinary times in Eastwood, the second audiobook of the No Direction Home series, all hell breaks loose when a violent bandit arrives in the Cohutta. At newly-formed Camp Eastwood, three members leave on a recruitment mission. Meanwhile, Cody and Walter receive a nasty surprise when they visit Camp Benton. With strong, original characters that jump off the page, this is a fast-paced story that fans of post-apocalyptic survival fiction will appreciate.

©2017 Mike Sheridan (P)2017 Mike Sheridan

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Very, very contagious

This entire series is just amazing. There is so many different things to like in the first book and the second just picks up right where the first leaves off. We still follow our awesome characters from the first book but the addition of some very unlikely characters give this one some diversity and spice. I really like them all and love to hate the villans too. All the characters, even the bad ones are so well developed that you definitely care for them or at the very least feel some emotion toward them. The plot does not mess around either. It is fast paced and a lot happens. Just when you think you can relax something else comes up. I love the descriptions of the lands and universe that the author has created in this post apocalyptic world. The narration is great and I have come to expect nothing less from Kevin Pierce (The Voice of the Apocalypse). Pacing, fear and everything in between makes this performance great. Even his female voices are great. What a treat. My only complaint is that is that some of the characters from book 1 get a little lost and shoved to the background in this book. Let's hope they make a better appearance in the next installment. Great addition to the series.

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Great story

Lots of practical information on hunting, setting snares, planting gardens, along with great story line.