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The dead rose. We fell.

But not everyone thinks the war for survival is over. Heroes rise in times of crisis, and Still of Night tells their stories....

Dahlia- A bullied high school girl with a love for edged weapons goes from victim to powerful leader as the zombie apocalypse sweeps through her world.

Rachael Elle continues her journey from comic-con cosplayer to actual hero as she encounter a community with a dark and terrible secret.

Captain Joe Ledger and his best shooters, Top and Bunny, head to an overrun San Diego to try and save a possible cure for the virus that is bringing the dead back to unnatural life.

And in the wilderness, Joe, Dahlia, and Rachael Elle will come face-to-face with savage gangs, an army of the living dead, and the mysterious and deadly Old Man Church.

The final battle unfolds in a little town called Happy Valley, where the residents have found their own unique and terrible way to survive the end of the world. But a war is coming, and no one will escape the last great war between the living and the dead.

Still of Night is the fourth book in NY Times best seller Jonathan Maberry’s best-selling Dead of Night series. George A. Romero called Dead of Night and its sequel, Fall of Night, “The official prequel to NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD as far as I’m concerned.”

©2018 Jonathon Maberry, Rachel Lavin (P)2018 Journalstone Publishing

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So excited!

I adore the Joe Ledger series, and his Night series is the only zombie book series to terrifying me so totally it’s hard to re-listen to them (and that’s a compliment). So when he announced a cross over, and it was read by the legendary voice of Joe himself? Excuse me as I scream in total joy.

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Ledger and Zombies

Joe meets the Walking Dead and mayhem and gore ensue. This is a great continuation of the series and has some surprises and twists. I especially enjoy Mr. Church making an appearance.
If you like Joe Ledger and or zombies, you'll love this book!
Oh and of course Ray Porter delivers. He is the voice of Joe Ledger, there can be none other!

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Legitimate Author turns into cringey hard left SJW

I used to be a huge fan of Jon Maberry, and I acknowledge that he has always written left of center (which doesn't bother me). What does bother me is the fact he took a good sci-fi book and transformed it into a diatribe embracing corporate backed trending # social justice movements.

I read or listen to these books to escape the constant brow beating everybody right of center now receives from all media. If I wanted to hear about masculine women, feminine men, evil white people, toxic masculinity, or economic disparity... I could visit any "progressive" upper class neighborhood just outside any major city, or even easier, turn on MSNBC or any main stream news media channel.

Like it or not, Maberry fans span the political spectrum from left to right. If Jon continues using hollowed out and completely contrived corporate backed social justice themes, he will lose a large portion of his fan base.

The Still of the Night could have been an entertaining book, but I had to walk away from it. There is a good chance I am done with Mr Maberrys' books altogether. I dislike his supersillious social commentary and the not so hidden ..... hidden agendas.

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Chock full of Ledger-ly goodness!

I unknowingly did myself the favor of not looking into what and more importantly who I might encounter when I picked up "Still of Night". I'm generally pretty picky with my audio book choices but with Jonathan Maberry I seldom give it a second thought. With Still of Night if I was expecting anything it would have been expecting some history behind the " Benny Imura" series and that would have been fine. I could not have been more pleased about being wrong! I'm not going to risk any spoilage beyond this... If you are anything like the Ledger fan(atic) I am when you hear the words "You can listen, you can run away or you can die" you will immediately remember how Mr. Maberry got you as addicted to the adventures of "ECHO TEAM" as you've become!

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Great zombie apocalypse series

This is a great work for the zombie genre. A creative spin on the end of the world scenario with Joe Ledger mad for an excellent story. If you like the first book the second will surpass your expectation as the authors to the story in a new and improved direction.

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Excellent ! awesome book! loved it! Love Ray P.

This is a an awesome story, and Ray porter makes it perfect. I love this series, and the Joe Ledger series.

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I listen to books to escape

happyville, has to be a bunch of Democrats, but Mr.Mullberry, gets a little SJW, dam

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Rot and Ruin in the Dead of Night

i should just copy and paste my reviews of any and all Maberry/Porter collaborations. However, this time, welcome Rachel! Loved this chapter of the series. Really loved the involvement of Mr. Church. This can be a stand alone, since the characters are explained and some of the backstory. However, do yourself a favor and read the first 3 books. Thank You for some great entertainment Jon, Rachel and Ray.
Disclaimer Note: I am Ben and im writing this review on my wifes acct.

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Joe ....

The last 10 minutes made the entire book worthwhile. I'm not a HUGE Zombie fan. A lot of the book was tedious to me. Then there was the Joe and Baskerville. Totally worth the entire book. And then of course, there's Ray Porter.

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Unbelievable

Wow. Amazing. I absolutely cannot wait to see what comes next. Jonathan, i love you man!

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What a ride What a climax

Amazing book read with style
gripping story from beginning to end
Not normally a fan of split authors but this is a match made in heaven
Mr Maberry is the master in this genre