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Green Fields, Book 6
Narrated by: Tess Irondale
Series: Green Fields, Book 6
Length: 15 hrs and 1 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (131 ratings)

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United we stand, divided we fall.

Once again reunited, the Lucky 13 set out to hunt down their adversaries - only to be met with an entirely new set of unexpected obstacles. As much as Bree is burning to finally get her revenge, it soon becomes obvious that on their own they are no match for the forces opposing them. With giving up not an option, they will have to find a way to bolster their numbers - or failing that, make the ultimate sacrifice.

©2017 Adrienne Lecter (P)2017 Adrienne Lecter

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Tedious

I have enjoyed this series up to this book. The main characters continual fighting (snarking and snorting) is dull in the extreme. The series seems to have lost its way and is padding out for another book. The pseudo conspiracy background theme is just silly. I could not fininsh this book as it was juts more of the same and pretty boring, a shame as the series started out pretty well.

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If only......

I have mostly enjoyed this series, but this is the last book I will read/listen. The constant UN-NEEDED bickering and anger between Bree and Nate is TOO much. But this I could almost tolerate if the ridiculous inner turmoil that Bree goes through during a zombie apocalypse would just end. Yes maybe both of these things were needed for the 1st 2 books, but know its just makes Bree annoying beyond what I can tolerate as a woman. Don't get me wrong these are worth reading/listening, but now it is time for me to move on.

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Love it

Can’t wait for next book this series is amazing keeps you on the edge of your seat and mind

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as always

Tess, as always, conveys the story outstandingly. Adrienne Lecter really knows how to captivate her audience, and she once again has given us an astounding piece of literature.

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I love this series!

I love this series there's lot's of action and laugh out louds moments. I loved the relationship between Nate and Bri even if I had to roll my eyes during their arguments they are like two kids. Yet their relationship works. I don't like romance books but their relationship was low key not enough mush to drive you away. The relationships between members in their group are strong, you root for them through out the series, I was sad when a few people didn't make it. For me listening to the book even reading the series is like watching a movie. I felt the story can go on and on in my mind that's a great story when it leaves you feeling that way. I am not going to get into plot I don't like messing things up for other people. Very entertaining Tess Irondale knocks this series out the park. I know I will listen and read this story over and over again through out the years. That is another sign of a great book when you can read the book over and over. Like watching a movie again you pick up things you missed the first time. I really can't say enough good things about this book.

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I hate this book 4 one reason sounds like the end

I've love this series from book one but this one makes it sound like it's the last and I ate that thought. the greenfield books have been one of the best zombie books out. right after mark tufol zombie fallout. I've read alot of zombie books not many can keep you enraptured from one book to the next, and when you find one you hate to see them come to an end. I hope this well keep going but it won't be the same. but if more do come I'll be getting them. but thanks for a great series

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  • Amanda
  • 08-25-17

Good overall story lots of character's plenty

great story lots going on plenty of character's to love n hate many twists turns

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-23-17

Brilliant

If you like this genre you will love this series, but read all the books in order. Narrator is excellent really does the books justice. No complaints and really happy the author has said she will extend this series of Green Fields, brilliant.

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  • Jo
  • 07-12-17

Awesome!!!

Brilliant as usual, tied up the story from all the previous books and I was gutted as assumed that this would be the last one...however was delighted to find out that she is currently writing the next!!!
Can't wait!!

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  • michael
  • 09-05-17

top notch story

I've now read all 6 books in this series and have enjoyed all of them. 5 stars for story and performance....
pretty much couldn't press pause on any of them...
Well done for all involved.