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  • The Undead: Part 18

  • By: RR Haywood
  • Narrated by: Joe Jameson
  • Length: 12 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (243 ratings)

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By: RR Haywood
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Publisher's summary

Reeling from the events of the previous night, the team struggle to cope with the shock and pain. How can you win against something you can't bring yourself to fight? Do they use the nuclear option and risk it all?

In the north, Cassie grows bored and pushes Gregori and the Boy on a course of action that will change everything, and the infection evolves into a terrifying opponent, pulling both sides into an ever-darkening game of cat and mouse.

New characters hear the call to arms, and questions are answered. Who was the guy in the armoured van on Day One? Secrets are revealed, but the mystery only deepens.

©2017 RR Haywood (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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Needs to wrap up

I am only half way through book 18, and I find for the first time that I am getting bored. Plus the "One Race", "He is Coming" and the Boy's control of the Zs is getting old, frustrating and irritating. So far the book has alternated between the Gregori story line and the Howie story line, even if about 5 days apart. Nothing major has happened. The infection is just playing a cat and mouse game with Howie. New characters have entered the story line and for the most part they are good characters. Even though Gregori is a bad ass serial killer, I have come to like him and hope he does the right thing when the time comes - kill the Boy! In the meantime, I feel that the story is treading water and the water is extremely muddy.

I hate Cassie and the Boy. I have come to dislike Marcy who is self important, selfish and cruel. I wish there was a better love interest for my favorite character, Howie. Other than Marcy, I love Howie and Dave and the rest of the gang, but am very disappointed in the narration by Joe Jameson. I thought I was going to get used to his performance, but he has progressively gotten worse. Dave is not Dave, the women have high screechy unlikeable voices, Cookie is not Cookie, etc. The only voices Jameson does well are Gregori and the Boy. I judge Jameson mediocre at best.

Haywood, finish it up already before you ruin a truly great series. You have already proven you can write other good series, such as Extracted, so wrap up The Undead and move on to other stories. The Undead will be enjoyed for many years to come and listened to over and over by the fans. By the way, I have both read and listened to the series and I like audible better, even after Morgan quit narrating, I still prefer audible to reading the story myself. I may revise this review by the time I get finished, but with 4 hours left to go, I am disappointed in this book, compared to the previous books, and am not as happy with the direction of the series. Previously I gave 5 stars to every other book in the series. This is the first time I have lowered the stars. I hate to have to do that.

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