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Zombie Road IV: Road to Redemption

By: David A. Simpson
Narrated by: Eric A. Shelman
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Book 4 in the Zombie Road saga.

The world is recovering from a near extinction level event. Fortified enclaves and barricaded towns have managed to survive the long winter. Spring brings new hope and new beginnings. One boy, thrust too quickly into manhood, is learning to find his way in the new wastelands. With hopped up machines and purpose built muscle cars to run the roads, a new breed of pony express rider is born.

©2018 David A. Simpson (P)2018 David A. Simpson

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Run Gunny Run. Go Jessie Go.

I am in love with this amazing series. Zombie Rd is now one of my favorite two zombie series. The other is The Undead by RR Haywood. In ZR my favorite characters are Gunny and his son Jessie. The first three books focused more on Gunny, but the fourth has Jessie more of a focus. Jessie is only a teenager but he is super enhanced and super tough. He has a side kick German Shepard named Bob. They are riding around the country finding other settlements and setting up trade between those settlements and Gunny/Jessie's home town, Lacoda. They run into good people and really bad actors. Jessie tries his luck with females, but so far he is not doing so well, mainly because he is so insecure about his scarred face and he thinks the girls do not really like him and are repulsed by him - which is not really the case.

Gunny is on the trail of Casey the Cannibal who has strengthened his gang into hundreds with the help of bad Lucinda. Madame President is ingratiating herself with Lucinda after escaping the worst of Casey's wrath. Casey, Lucinda and madame President are EVIL and I am looking forward to their demise. Right now, however, they are alive and chasing Gunny and his cohorts through the desolate countryside on the way to Lacoda. Another group of bad actors, led by a man who thinks he is an Eqyptian God, is also headed toward Lacoda. They have developed drugs that make them super human and allows them to mingle with the zombies without harm. I imagine the next book with feature another major battle for Lacoda waged by one or both of the two bad groups.

David Simpson is a master storyteller and keeps the action and suspense going along with respites of humor and goodness. He has created a cast of remarkable characters. Some are so likable, such as Gunny, Jessie, Cobb, Lars, Stabby, Bridgitte, Scratch, etc. Others, such as the ones I mentioned above, are delightfully evil and I enjoy despising them. Simpson's dialog is extraordinarily good and his action scenes are amazing