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Book two in a thrilling new series.

The people that tried to kill the world almost succeeded. They were fiendishly clever but they didn't take into account the vets, the truckers, and the two-fisted fighters who didn't know how to give up.

Gunny and his band of survivors continue their journey along the Zombie Road, saving as many as they can along the way. They power through the undead hordes with their modified semi-trucks to beat the ticking clock of nuclear meltdowns.

Lacy fights her way out of the high-rise office building and the kids who had managed to escape the high school and make it home face a new enemy. Boredom.

New evil raises its ugly head and new heroes are born as they all battle to make it to a place of safety.

Get ready for a bloodbath on the blacktop.

©2017 David A. Simpson (P)2017 David A.Simpson

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What more can a zombie addict want

I was very pleased to see this title considering I only just stumbled across Zombie Road earlier this month which I loved.

I am even more pleased to say that this one is even better than the first. The action picks up in every way. The storyline continues to develop depth and the characters continue to become more likeable. I get the feeling that these characters are based on real life friends of the author and the affection the author has for the characters is endearing. 

Eric A Shelman continues to impress as the narrator. I also noticed an increasing use sound effects. For example, the use of echoes. This helps the listener get into the story. In the past I have not been a fan of this sort of thing and have been vocal against the use of such things, probably because it has been overdone in the past. Not in this case, it was not a distraction and it just felt natural. Eric A Shelman really did have a difficult task in this one, the sheer number of different characters would be quite a challenge for any narrator. The length of this one nearly 11 hours so even when I increase the speed to 1.25x speed which is what I normally do, the dollar per hour ratio is not over affected.

The story goes up a notch in the use of not just trucks but trains! Seriously what more can a zombie addict want!

This fast Fatman is sitting on his motorcycle with the biggest grin and two fat thumbs held high in the air with a HUGE HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEY! This fatman's advice is buy buy buy!

9 of 15 people found this review helpful

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Loved it!!

Narrator brought characters to life ... Just as good as first book. Itching to start #3

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If you like a book of bleeding heart....zombies!

Another book chocked full of gory ways to stab, cut, and maul zombies for people who are tired of just shooting them. It IS called Zombie Road. And this one has trains. So, get ready for some harder impact flying zombie gore and body parts. Of course, there's still lots of laughs and jabs between Stabby and band of merry men.

It's a great book with lots of action. A very enjoyable story that is well thought out and put together. But there's also lots to think about in this series if you have the ears to hear it.

Eric A Shelman brings it to life, making each character more real, their emotion tangible. He tells masterfully as only he can.

Thank you David, for writing about our military, and whatever ghosts they bring back. Special Thanks to all of our military!

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OUTSTANDING

great book no P/C just the truth so keep going keep the running the road

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Excellent!

I am totally engaged in this story. I am anxiously waiting for the next audiobook.

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It was a great book.

Didn't think I'd like it, but I did. It kept me interested the whole time.

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Where's #3?

What did you love best about Zombie Road II?

Simpson throws PC to the wind in his fictional depiction of the "Zombie Apocalypse" I couldn't wait to continue the story with book 2. This is one of freshest takes on the most popular genre of our time and I can't wait for book 3.

What about Eric A. Shelman’s performance did you like?

Shelman's versatile voice and creativity make the story and characters come alive.

Any additional comments?

Thank you for the fabulous entertainment,

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Better than the frst

Gunny, Grizz and Collins along with his motley crew from 3 flags are still on the road heading to Lakota where Conners told him they would be safe...after they cleared the town. The reason for Conners using the guilt trip on Gunny is obvious and in this half of the story, he explains further. We are also made privy (possible spoilers) about another group that has claimed the title of United States Congress and a new president. This is not something Gunny has been made privy to with good reason. Gunny is seen as the only hope for the return of civilzation and thus far he has inspired a large enough group to make it happen. Gunny however is feeling a small amount of guilt for not being able to just go off and search for his family. His guilt at leaaving the people that now trust and believe in him is warring against that. Of course it wouldn't be a great story line if we don't have a bad guy and Casey, a prisoner prior to the beginning of th Viral infection and a sociopath with a bit of schizephrenia has had a run in with Collins an has vowed to get his revenge on her and Gunny. The adventure on Z road does lag at times but only because explainations, some long others brief, give us more background of exactly what is happeniing behind the scenes where Conners is concerned, how he is fighting his own inner battle to make sure the country he loves rises again and not fall into the hands of those that are responsible, not all of them Muslim. The narration by Eric Shelman is spot as usuall and is fast becoming one of my favorite narrators as well as very talented writers. Really looking forward to the next installment.

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fantastic !!<br />

This series is Soooooo good! The author brings the words alive and you feel like you're right there in the story! I listened to both books without hardly stopping -you just can't put it aside. Buy these books!

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longhauler, excellent work david!

I travel all 48, the places mentioned in book are well described, truck personnel are believable, story line is fast and gets right into the action. David has the knack for this, hope you churn out more soon....loyal fan

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  • wez
  • 08-30-17

can't wait for the next book<br />

You know you've been listening to a good book when your truly gutted it has finished. I can't wait for the next book in this series

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