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The Death Doll

Narrated by: Becci Martin
Length: 7 hrs and 43 mins
3 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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Didi was once the darling of the porn industry, baring it all for the world on the silver screen. Then came the zombie apocalypse.

Two years later, she's killing every flesh-eating corpse in her path to protect a group of unlikely survivors in northwest Iowa.

Unfortunately, she hides a terrifying secret that threatens every life she defends.

For nothing left on Earth that creeps or crawls is as lethal as The Death Doll.

©2014 Brian P. White (P)2017 Brian P. White

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Perfect for zombie enthusiasts!

The Death Doll is an exquisite story that brings new heights the world of flesh-eating zombies and the apocalypse!  Didi was a beautiful Adult Movie Entertainer and she made quite an impression!  She was very well known!  Now she is known as Death Doll and is feared by many because of her ability to coldly dispatch humans and zombies alike.  But her career as an Adult Porn Entertainer is not her only secret … there is one much deadlier and scarier.  This is an action-packed thrilling zombie tale that will leave you wanting more!

The characters are all well developed and realistic.  I enjoyed the storyline and while it had some of the typical trappings of an apocalyptic story, Brian White made it unique enough to make it difficult to stop listening!

Becci Martin, the narrator, performed an excellent reading of the book.  Her voice was smooth, she had the right tone for snarkiness and nailed Didi perfectly!  She brought … life to Didi.  I enjoyed listening to Martin, she was the right narrator for the book.

Perfect for zombie enthusiasts!

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I was surprised to meet a zombie with a soul

Imagine my surprise when I started reading Brian White’s The Death Doll and discovered a zombie with a soul. Beyond that, I found a very well-thought-out and executed piece of apocalypse fiction. I was completely drawn into the much larger story White was creating, about faith and humanity and integrity. D.D. and Cody and their band of survivors have carved out a small piece of the world where humanity still exists. His characters are well rounded and complex and White does a nice job of leading us to discover his creations.

White has thought through the logistics of his band of survivors and provides enough descriptors for the camp to feel plausible and possible without making readers feel that he was explaining along the way. There were several things he handled in much the same way. The moral and faith-based underpinning of the novel was refreshingly easy to read as were his explanations of how the camp had managed to create energy, grow a food source, and ultimately, stay alive.

I enjoyed this book for a number of reasons, but it was the characters that kept me moving from one page to the next. The heroine, D.D., was a pleasant surprise and I enjoyed knowing her. This is fine apocalypse fiction that happens to have a side of zombiedom.

Becci Martin does an animated and articulate narration in the Audible version. Good work all around.