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The Dead Walk the Earth, Volume 2

Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
Series: The Dead Walk the Earth, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
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The mainland is lost, conquered by the armies of walking dead that now roam the earth, consuming all in their path as they spread like a black plague through the wasteland that had once been civilization. As the remains of the human race retreat to the islands, clinging to them like life rafts in an ocean of terror, these ravenous monsters, the evil shadows of humanity, become the dominant species on the planet.

Disease, famine, and death begin to spread through the cramped refugee camps, threatening the continued existence of the living, forcing the remnants of the government and armed forces to begin an offensive that would recapture the ground lost to the infected hordes. The survivors of the team, finding themselves placed at the spearhead of the great counterstrike, are given a special mission that would help tip the scales against their rotting enemy. Now they must fight for the entire world.

©2014 Luke Duffy (P)2015 Luke Duffy

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great book

I like the story line and the style of soldiers you know not to tough to show emotions

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  • anna
  • Florida
  • 12-09-16

Narrator matches my vision

Great series so far and since I thoroughly enjoy zombie/mi!itary/apocalypse , this author has it down for me.

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  • jim
  • enoree, SC, United States
  • 10-03-16

liked it from beginning to end.

The narrator is perfect for the book. some audio books they screw up with choice of narrators my favorite is of course Scott Brick.

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  • paul
  • 04-14-17

why?

the narrator had the most God awful American
trying but utterly failing to impersonate a whole range of British accents.
northern? utter failure
London? utter failure
Scottish? utter failure
irish? oh my good God.
was there not one English guy anywhere in America who could have read a few words and not totally destroyed a good story