• Sever

  • Washington, Dead City, Book 3
  • By: Brian Parker
  • Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
  • Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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Sever

By: Brian Parker
Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
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It takes political intrigue - and plenty of tanks - to defeat zombies.

Escaped zombies from behind the wall have swept across the northeast, their path marked by havoc and death. Into this nightmare world are thrust several unlikely heroes.

A full-time national guard soldier leads his company of tanks on a harrowing journey towards the Appalachian Defensive Line.

A small group of refugees fight for their own survival and end up facing demons of a different sort.

A hero from the last zombie war must fight against the first invasion of the continental United States in over 200 years.

Retired CIA operative Asher Hawke, AKA the Kestrel, will stop at nothing to eliminate the zombie threat - and save the nation that he's dedicated his life to protect.

©2019 Brian Parker (P)2019 Brian Parker

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The thrilling conclusion to a fantastic series
After the zombies have escaped Asher hawk is determined to end them once and for all
Andrews narration was perfect and really brings these great characters to life
Highly recommended to any zombie fan
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Great book!

It seems like that is the last book in the series, but I hope not. The series is a bit different in that the zombies don't immediately take over the whole world as in so many books. I think this allowed for some more interesting scenarios. Great stuff!

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Loved it!! Was sad for it too end

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Now, once again this book Sever is goldmine. It summed up all the characters and still provided much gore and blood but not too much. Again not a fan of cussing and swearing but considering the circumstances I might have too. I highly recommend this audiobook.

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Sad Ending

I’m going to miss the characters of Asher Hawke, Mike Miranda, Rachael, Maria, and Shawn. Asher needs to kill Master of the Chosen and does poorly with women in his life. There is a lot of action and is fast pace. Sorry about the ending but it was a good ending to the series. Recommend to anyone who enjoys a good political and military zombie book with great narration. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. THANK YOU!

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Great ending to the trilogy

A fitting conclusion to Ashur Hawke, the Kestrel. This final novel was told from multiple points of view that helped flesh out the world.

Narration by Andrew B. Wherlen was good as usual, unique voices.

Wish there were more to this world, but it was a fitting end to the story.

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Pulse pounding edge of your seat

Another home run!!! This was an awesome series and you capped it off awesomely. Thank you

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A solid finish

I thought it was a very good conclusion to the series.

The climax of the story was a bit fast for my taste, but to be honest, I cannot think of any other means at which it could have played out without harming the story and that is the only critical thing I can say about the story. It may also be related to that I may have missed it, and I truly think I did; as my son ran up and distracted me, but I feel as if the Master’s identity was alluded to but I couldn’t make the connection out.

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Epic Conclusion

What an epic conclusion to this unique zombie story! Since this genre has become so popular, it is often hard to find books that have that little something special and unique. Brian Parker has definitely done that with this series.

After one zombie war, the United States is again facing decimation from the zombie hordes. Everyone thought that the zombies had been contained behind a wall surrounding Washington, DC. Then, a nuclear attack was supposed to have taken care of them. However, soon zombies start appearing in Philadelphia and other areas. Some have even made it to the Gulf of Mexico by water. Is there anything that can stop them?

This book follows several paths and alternate viewpoints of the fight against the zombies. A National Guard unit from New York is at the forefront of the fight and the story follows one of the leaders as they try to destroy the horde. Another group of survivors has been recruited to fight and the book details two as they fight to reach the man's daughter.

Then, we have retired CIA Operative Asher Hawke, AKA the Kestrel, as he attempts to find and kill the Master of the Zombies and revenge the deaths of those he loved.

There is plenty of zombie killing action, the obligatory villains (with graphic torture descriptions) and more as these characters try to save the world as they know it. I shed a few tears along the way as beloved characters met their untimely deaths.

The narrator, Andrew Wehrlen, did a great job and added a lot to my enjoyment of this book and the whole series. I was given the chance to listen to the audiobook version of this book by the author/publisher/narrator and chose to review it.

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