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Publisher's Summary

In Running Wild, the second installment of Zombie Games, Cassandra Wild is on the run, trying to escape the clutches of a deranged psychopath and locate her family before it's too late... What do flesh-eating zombies, an insane lunatic, and a group of misfits all have in common? They all have a place in the game... Warning: Some adult situations and language.

©2013 Kristen Middleton (P)2013 Kristen Middleton

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Easy and Light listening

A fun Zombie story coming from a teenage view of events. a 10th to 12th grade equivalent but that is what makes it easy and Light traveling on the highway listening. Enjoyed the light hearted humor and adventure of the family as they made their way through the Zombie take over

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Great book

Another great book in the series can't wait till I get the next one love this series lots of twists great characters great story always leaves you wanting to read the next one

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Entertaining!

Would you consider the audio edition of Running Wild to be better than the print version?

I didn't read the print version but loved the audio.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Running Wild?

When Austin turned crazy.

Which scene was your favorite?

Most of them.

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

No. I laughed and felt every bit of the suspense.

Any additional comments?

Running Wild is book 2 in the Zombie Games series by Kristen Middleton is every bit as good as the first. I listened to book 1 on a five hour one way road trip and book 2 on the way back. They kept my attention and gave me company during the otherwise lonely, boring drive.This book picks up at the same spot the last one left off. With a car full of people they trek across the U.S. in search of Cassie’s sister and mother. Her father being a car salesman gets them a big enough car off the lot and they pack up to flee.<br/>But nothing is that simple. Besides the bombardment of zombies and need for heavy weaponry (her father loves guns) there are plenty of disruptions and plot twists to keep the reader/listener on the edge of their seat. Along with that Cassie and Bryce newly formed romance continues to have disruptions as they find a pretty girl that Cassie knows from school and add her to the growing clan. And a cute soldier saved by Cassie’s mom decides to join them and he’s got a thing for Cassie. Chalk full of action and suspense.<br/>Belle Avery is wonderful! And her voice is perfect for the series. The voice in an audiobook is everything. As a listener I have a growing list of narrators I enjoy. She’s moving quickly to the top.<br/>

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The high and the mighty!

Would you try another book from Kristen Middleton and/or Belle Avery?

No, I don't understand how you can have a black belt and not fight back! Rule 1 if someone is trying to kill you, kill them first!

What do you think your next listen will be?

Anything but part 3 or 4 of this series

How did the narrator detract from the book?

She was ok.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Running Wild?

The whole kidnapping part.

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filled will action

I love vampire and zombie books the best ever is mark tufo, but this is really good except that I can't find book three dead endz. it skips 3 and goes right to 4 so I guess I'm done with this until 3 comes out on audio

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just ok

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

No not really to a friend. I would tell them I had read it but its moments, just not enough of them. In the end of the main chacter forgetting her weapons or placing them outof reach at critical times. Really the mistakes they made no of them should have survived.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Hopefully a good zombie novel, which seem to be far and few between :(

What does Belle Avery bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She is a good narrator and easy to listen too, just this novel not the best material to work with.

Do you think Running Wild needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

It would have to be a lot better than the first two.