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Publisher's Summary

Nothing has gone according to plan.

To Captain Lee Harden, Project Hometown feels like a distant dream and the completion of his mission seems unattainable. Wounded and weaponless, he has stumbled upon a group of survivors that seems willing to help. But a tragedy in the group causes a deep rift to come to light and forces him into action. In the chaos of the world outside, Lee is pursued by a new threat: someone who will stop at nothing to get what he has.

The Remaining: Aftermath is the second book in the best-selling The Remaining series.

©2012 D.J. Molles (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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ANOTHER AWESOME, ACTION PACKED, EXCITING BOOK.<br /><br />

I will definitely purchase Book 3 in the series to see what happens next. It is amazing to me what Captain Lee puts himself through for the sake of his mission. His injuries are many, I don't understand how he still walks upright. The author must have been in combat himself to be able to write about it so realistically. Aside from all of that there are a few twists and very surprising turns in this book. Some of Captain Lee's decisions are downright suicidal I thought, and not in keeping with how smart he had been up until then in the story. Deciding to go into a small town in search of one person, by his self, having heard from other survivors, and having personal experience with the infected, and knowing that hordes of them always populated small towns, and were faster than one man with a gun could handle, he was going anyway. Just because someone had asked him to. Well it made no sense in light of what he and 4 other guys were doing to save 50 or so people. Spoiler - so I can't tell anymore than that except to say it made for a lot of tension, suspense, and from the authors' s awesomely descriptive writing I could see all the action in my mind's eye just like watching a movie, only better. Which is in a nutshell, why I have grown to love audible, and this series in particular. IF YOU LIKE ACTION, DELVE INTO THIS SERIES, YOU WONT BE SORRY PEOPLE!

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Too much detail

Great story and subject… But way too much detail over every little thing and thought

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read Gary D 10-29-14

Read Gary D’s review, it perfectly sums up book 1 & 2- sort by “most helpful”…titled ”Great Listen But Frustrating Character".

I loved our hero, he had a good heart and always tried to do the right thing but good grief, so many irrational decisions!

I know writers can have characters act rationally and intelligently AND create a great story, it’s just harder to do I guess.

Lots of gore, cursing and misogyny- as Gary states…“Not once did a woman/girl pick up a gun and actually fight”- too much whining and helplessness.

The reader was just fine….not sure if I will continue the series.

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Not my genera

While I would not have bought this book if I had realized it was a zombie novel, I found that the main character was engaging, the ongoing situations, within those required by the post apocalyptic narrative were generally interesting and creative. Only once or twice did I find myself bored with the relentless piling on of overwhelming circumstances that needed to be overcome. The nowadays necessary betrayal of trust was sufficiently surprising that I did not gag. So I give it a 4.5 on a genera that I detest. The author's skill and creativity, with good English is the only reason I could finish it. If you love zombie thrillers, go for it.

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Another great listen

Finished the second in the series in two days, can't get enough! Great story and equally​ great reader!

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  • CM
  • 02-21-17

Might be my new favorite series

Really like the series! Love the way it's written and performed. Well done to the author and the narrator for bring it to life.

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  • GMJ
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  • 10-06-16

Treachery from within through a familiar vein.

I did enjoy this story enough to buy the next book in the series. The author is somewhat prolific and maybe far more than is commonly understood. The way a word is used throughout. The way a phrase is coined again. The narrator is also prolific and again likely far more than is known. Barring these mild clichés, it is a very worthy instalment and worth a listen for he long haul driver. The teaser chapter from the next book in the series is good bait for doomer fiction aficionados and veritably guarantees the next purchase IMHO.

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Excellent second book held my interest

the narrator is excellent. This book was a excellent second in the series I've just gotten the third looks like it's going to be a good one I recommend this series

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Tight and gory action.

Armed with a little tolerance as to some of the decisions made by some of the characters, this is a most satisfying and tight action story. Gory, for sure. Again I like that "The Infected" is not the usual mindless brain eaters. Story is not entirely predictable, which I like.

A satisfying ending for what is an obvious series is a pleasant surprise. On to the next.

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great second book

I started last week with the first book and I just finished this one. Great story only thing that gets me is when something good happens something bad will happen not even five minutes later. But overall awesome story cannot wait to get into the third book.