Z Children: The Rising

Narrated by: Johnny Mack
Length: 8 hrs and 40 mins
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Publisher's Summary

In book 3 of Z Children, follow Juan's group as they traverse the dangerous and challenging landscape of the US, meeting monsters both dead and alive.

A quick stop at a gas station escalates into a bloody gang scene. An established fort hides horrendous, less-than-humane secrets. And the death of someone close leaves the group emotionally shattered.

Get ready for bloody thrills.

©2017 Elizabeth Constantopoulos (P)2017 Elizabeth Constantopoulos

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I want more....

Z Children: The Rising is the third book in the series by authors B V Barr and Eli Constant. Its official and I'm hooked. This series has captured me in its web and I need more. This book had drama, emotions, action.... I really do hope there is more to come...

•The audiobook is narrated by Johnny Mack. The voicework is fantastic. The recording is clear and smooth. The voice is pleasant and fits this narration.

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New and Different Zombies

Very interesting concept on a Zombie story at first I found it quite boring and trying to figure the story and were it was going and were it had started. As the story went alone the author was able to answer those question by weaving a very strong story of survival of a hand few of uninfected person and their travel across the country. And at the same time show how humanity could be both good and bad the ones who was bad had really turned savage and the good tried to save some of the old world by trying to save as many as possible.
In this story the virus was caused by a bad batch of medicine for children and the one who had taken these medicines started turning and killing other both children and adults.
Now I have told you a lots so you should listen to this audiobook I highly recommend it.