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Book five in Anthony J Melchiorri's The Tide series.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo already faced the extreme ravages of war before the outbreak. Deep within the militia-controlled jungles, Captain Dominic Holland and his covert group, the Hunters, follow a lead in a desperate race to uncover who is responsible for the biological weapon turning humans into the monsters known as Skulls. But what they uncover may be far more dangerous and frightening than they ever expected.

Back in the United States, a lost member of Dom's team makes a final stand to survive and reunite with the Hunters. He faces a relentless tide of Skulls alone. Haunted by his past, he soon realizes far more is at stake than just his survival. The fate of the Hunters and their mission may rest in his hands.

©2017 Anthony J Melchiorri (P)2017 Anthony J Melchiorri

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awesome story!

Great characters and exciting science fiction! And of course the Schools are a cool new breed of Zombies! Loved the narrator!

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Each one better than the last

I'm really glad to see that with each installment the story gets better can't wait to read the next recommend it to everyone

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another awesome installment of The Tide series

What did you love best about The Tide: Iron Wind?

The women characters are just as Kick @ss as the male characters. And who can go wrong with Zombie Monsters.

Who was your favorite character and why?

As always, Dom is my favorite, although Frank was a close second in #5.

Have you listened to any of Ryan Kennard Burke’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

this is a fantastic listen.

If you could rename The Tide: Iron Wind, what would you call it?

I like the title.

Any additional comments?

This is a great series, full of action, adventure and almost superhuman men and women fighting zombie monsters.

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I absolutely love love love this series.

I absolutely love this series. If you are looking for an exciting new story to get into, this is it. You will not be disappointed. If you like post apocalyptic stories with a twist, this is your series.

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More and More Monsters

They are in Africa now on an exciting hunt for the key to this horrible Evolutionary Apocalypse. They are following what clues they can find looking for the lost answers. The monsters are always after them and they are struggling, fighting their fear as well as the creatures.

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This Series is Great!

I love the story and the series. Chock full of action! The characters are great and well written. I find the narration a little stilted in places but overall I'd recommend it. I look forward to the next in the series. I especially appreciate the more mature characters of Dom and Meredith being a mature character myself. I can imagine their exhaustion. Truly remarkable characters!

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