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The Zombie Wars: We All Fall Down

White Flag of the Dead Series, Book 9
Narrated by: Graham Halstead
Series: White Flag of the Dead, Book 9
Length: 5 hrs and 10 mins
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The war on the zombies hasn't gone as expected. The army has been split into three parts, with Tommy and Duncan leading the charge through the southwest while John and Charlie deal with a problem that threatens the security of the entire campaign and the rest of the country. And all the while, a massive horde of zombies is moving its way across the plains, on a collision course with the survivors that will end only when one of them falls down for good.

©2015 Joseph Talluto (P)2016 Tantor

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Great Book!!!!!

What did you love best about The Zombie Wars: We All Fall Down?

The end when John meeting is friends on the other side.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Charlie and John

What does Graham Halstead bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He gives them voices that give each character life

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Laugh and cry

Any additional comments?

I loved these books!

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Outstanding set

These book wete an outstanding zombie tail of life after and forward in a what if

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fitting end to the original books

if you enjoyed the "White flag of the dead" series, then "The Zombie Wars" feels like a fitting end to that.

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cried

Loved the series so much! Cried when it ended! Cant wait to read the series about Johns and Charlies kids!

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Awesome!!!

Great story, good characters, and best ending ever! I loved this series, I couldn’t stop listening to it.

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Excellent end!! Don’t try the follow up series....

So the author wrote 3 more books about the kids in this series. I bought all three and was so excited to read them and see what happened next! The first issue was the narrator. He was just horrible. I can overlook this flaw because I loved the 9 books I just read!! Unfortunately the story was just straight up stupid. How can you start this off with two brothers who basically hate each other and expect the listeners to accept that? The other 9 books were all about friendship and loyalty and true “hero’s”
This should have been about two brothers who love and respect each other and would die for each other! That fits what the parents would have taught them. I returned all three.

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Love the entire series.

I feel I know all the characters personally and felt saddened at the end. My only complaint is the last couple of books should have been merged into one book considering how short they were, seems just a way to get more money. With all that said I would recommend to anyone.

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  • RJ
  • 12-07-16

Stay tuned for the conclusion

The army has been split into three parts now. The northern army is still trapped in a box canyon of the Rock Mountains held captive there by a renegade named Cole Hobbs. John Talon has gotten word of the armies capture, he and Charlie head out to recon the area. Talon de-thrones Hobbs and his son, rescues his army, and heads out to rejoin the rest of the army. In the meantime a huge horde is making their way across the Plains, right for another branch of the army. Performing numerous hit and run techniques the Plains army reduces the horde to manageable numbers. The armies head for Denver to join up. They find that there is an extra huge horde numbering seventy-five thousand heading towards Denver and themselves. They’re going to need a large amount of luck to beat this mob. Stay tuned for the conclusion. Epilogues two and three close out the great series with befitting memorials.

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Classic late series book

Seems like a majority of zombie series start focusing more on interactions between humans and romances more and more as the series goes on and this is no different. I want zombie death and destruction not Gilmore girls.

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  • Mark
  • 05-24-17

Amazing set of books

I don't review a vast majority of audible books I listen too but felt this series required something.
The characters are strong and the story arc progresses making you want more from book one and not wanting book nine too end.