Zombies on a Plane

Still Alive, Book Three
Narrated by: S.W. Salzman, Sean Runnette
Series: Still Alive Series, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 37 mins
4.8 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For Mo Collins, surviving the zombie apocalypse isn’t getting any easier. Defeating blunatics, saving survivors, recovering treasure, and securing Guntersville Island has been taking up Mo’s time when he would rather just make time with his girl. But he can’t avoid his scripted destiny; his personal Oracle, Smokes, won’t let him. He can still bitch about it, though. 

The crew of the replica pirate ship the Viva Ancora is growing, and the cast of characters are fulfilling their roles toward destiny. Having found his parents and assured their safety on the Island, there is still someone else missing: his brother, Easy.  

So Mo, Smokes the pilot (Oh Dear God!), and The Expert are off to find Easy. His last known location? Birmingham, AL. Yeah, it total makes sense to fly off to Alabama’s largest city, which is assuredly overflowing with the naked, blue, undead cannibals. But The Hero’s gotta do what The Hero’s gotta do. 

Follow Mo, Smokes, and the rest of the crew as they try to skew fate and risk life and limb again as they explore more of their new world and go in search of Mo’s lost brother, Easy.

All aboard Flight Z as we fly to parts unknown. In a world where the Zombies bite...and sometimes life bites. 

Fasten your seat belt, friend; welcome to Zombies on a Plane!

©2017 Javan C Bonds (P)2018 If I Only Had A Monkey Publishing

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Bluenatics!

Javan Bonds is able to bring out my inner pre-pubescent boy like nobody else! If anyone had ever told me that I would love a series full of adolescent humor, I would have told them that they were crazy. But, here I am, a 60 year old woman, laughing at dick jokes! Mo, Smokes and Hammer take off on a quest to rescue Mo's younger brother, Ezekiel (Easy), using a plane they have found. Little did we know that Smokes can fly a plane! And, he is actually a very good pilot! When he spies a Newport semi truck, he lands in the middle of the road and races to grab some cigs. What other character would risk life and limb during a Zompoc to feed a habit? Why, Smokes, of course! Gene, the tech, is living with the beautiful widow, Georgia, and her son Hunter. Will Gene finally find love? Or, will something intervene to stop their budding relationship? Then, we have the possibility that one of the main characters is a terrorist....or is he? Maybe he is their savior in disguise! I could go on and on with the references and the story, but it's much better if you listen/read it for yourself. There is plenty of action in this installment, complete with a female dictator, a traitor and a villain or two. Will Mo and his band of survivors be able to win against these odds? Will Mo finally get together with the love interest, Sarah? I loved the new name given to the Peevies by Gene. Bluenatics seems like an appropriate description of these foul smelling blue zombies. Add in a character named Bobbit and another named Dick and Mr. Bonds had me laughing in spite of myself. Two of my favorite quotes: "Oh no! I just realized that Smokes is wearing a red shirt!" (Thanks for the old school Star Trek reference!) "I've seen this movie and it doesn't end well for everyone." S.W. Salzman does a fantastic job in his narration, switching from Mo's redneck/cracker voice to Smokes' streetwise banter, then to a Middle Eastern doctor with ease. His narration adds a lot to this series and I find myself hearing some of the voices in my head long after I finish the book. If you are easily offended by adolescent humor or political incorrectness, steer clear of this series. Mr. Bonds' writing is wildly entertaining and brings a totally new perspective to the Zompoc. I hope that this series continues for a long, long time! I begged the author and narrator to let me listen to this book and thank God they caved! My opinions in this review are totally my own and not influenced in any way by outsiders!

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Funny!

Okay, so I may have to turn in my nerd card after this book. Lol, I probably only got around three quarters of the references, and I feel like I need a glossary for Easter eggs! Super funny and lots of dick jokes, for the win! I feel like the author of this series is my spirit animal, guiding my inner 12 yr old to excellence. As with the previous books, Salzman is a first class voice actor who can switch from a dumb redneck to a cultured middle easterner with ease, and made this book even better.

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I want more Mo!

Mo returns in this incredibly funny sometimes terrify third entry in Javan Bonds zombie-infested series, and the world is a little better for it. This round is a rescue mission as Mo and his boys make their way after Easy. Turns out Smokes can fly and so they hop a plane and prepare to drop the hammer. Not Hammer, he's ok, they just prepare to bring on the badassery when it comes to saving Easy. As before the book is action packed and has interesting characters, and I for one enjoy the way the Weiner jokes are handled here, not everyone can pull off that kind of humor and make it seem adult, but Bonds does and he does it well. I laughed at this story a lot. I also sweated bullets a few times, since this is a Zed infested world and people tend to die, die, die during that kind of thing. There are some good pop culture references (Re: Star Trek). I am still praying for Gene to bite the big one or for a big one to bite Gene, I don't care who he's shacking up with, but he's the tech . . . .anyway the action is a blast and it comes at your harder than a zombie from Return of the Living Dead looking for brains. More Brains, in fact, cause once they get a taste they go even crazier. You will be rooting for the boys and keeping an eye out for the zombies as bullets fly, Smokes flies, and people die. The narration is pretty solid, but I'm not a big fan of double narration, and I'm not sure we needed two as Saltzman does a great job, and has the whole feel down by this point. Personally, I think this is a pretty slick book, a great series, and if you like post-apocalyptic novels, zombies, or Weiner jokes then this is defo the series to be getting.

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They'er at it again!

if your here you have already read books one and two. You know the lunacy that is Javan Bonds, YES it's ALL here and then some!!! Will Mo and his Merry Group of Misfits find his brother Ezekiel? Will anyone turn blue and run around with their junk flying.... probably!

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LOTS OF ACTION AND HUMOR!!! I LIKED IT!!

Well MO thought he was a goner there for a minute didnt he? Lots of action in this one and we meet a big evil...glad that one is gone...but there is something else on the horizon and I cant wait to see what happens next...I love that MO finally got his girl too!! Fun story and narration...Great little Series!!! I recommend!! :)

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Zombies on a plane

More of the same insane fun and horror with the pirate ship gang! S.W. Salzman and Sean Runnette were good narrators for this book.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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not to shabby

I liked book one and 2 better. but this one is nice tbto shabby. on to book 4

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Funniest Zombie book ever!

What a great read! Hysterically funny! I can’t wait to dive into the next book. Two words bathroom scene!!😂😂😂LMAO

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Commuting isn't so bad now

I enjoy my commute now thanks to Javan Bonds and S.W. Salzman. They make my daily 45 min. each way commute a breeze.

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Just keeps getting better

The storyline just keeps getting better and better. New characters and relationships. Laughed out loud. Thanks Javan.

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  • Sara B
  • 06-11-20

Humour, action & blue nudist zombies

Still Alive is one of those series that gets better with each instalment. Zombies on a Plane is a fantastic listen, it's entertaining, witty, funny, and packed zombie-killing action. The characters are fulfilling their roles as per the Book of Smoke and screenwriter's will. Mo, Smoke, and Hammer take off on a plane to Birmingham, AL, to find Ezekiel (Easy), Mo's overachieving perfect brother. Their adventure is an exciting one, facing-off with new antagonists. At the home front, the rest of the crew encounter challenges as the traitor's scheme with a different group of antagonists. S.W. Salzman is incredibly talented and a true voice actor; I can't imagine anyone else narrating the series. My favourite parts of the series are Mo's inner thoughts, dialogue, and the interaction between the characters. They are absolutely hilarious, and it's impossible not to laugh out loud. I've read and listened to many zompoc books, and have to say, Javan Bonds's Still Alive series is the funniest. I definitely recommend this audiobook!

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  • Zoe
  • 08-21-20

Zombies on a Plane

Mo and the team are back with another crazy Zombie adventure I just love these books Brilliant listen. I had a binge listen to these books and really enjoyed them. The narrator was brilliant and the story was so crazy, I loved it

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  • Barbi J.
  • 06-15-20

Mo Mo are you getting’ romatical on me?

This installment of Javan’s Zompoc takes us on a rescue mission. Is it still a rescue mission if the person doesn’t know they are being rescued? As the story continues, our characters are learning more about those pesky poopin’ Peevies. I am excited to see what else we will learn about them. Javan keep up the great work and Salzman (narrator) keep doing what you do best!

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  • Jack v d Berg
  • 06-07-20

Exhilirating

This saga just gets better and funnier - The Oracle is definitely a character to watch (listen) - If this gets any funnier it will be a great story.

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  • Alexandra
  • 01-28-20

Zombies on a plane

Well done mr Bonds you make us have to get the next book just to find out where the heck Mo takes us . Awesome and addictive series just not long enough I need more Mo. the narration is also great it really draws you in .

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  • Mia Harper
  • 11-08-19

Go Mo!

I loved it! I laughed throughout the book following the unlikely hero and his oracle side kick through their hilarious misadventures, I m hopelessly addicted and rushed to buy the next instalment. I can't wait .....

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-01-19

Excellent. Javan Bonds is such a talented writer

The characters come to life and cause constant fits of laughing out loud in the most inappropriate places. The plot is so deeply constructed that it keeps you hooked

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  • DabOfDarkness
  • 06-14-19

Just as fun as it sounds!

The ridiculous fun continues! I think this series really indulges my immature side, in a totally good way. It’s hard to not make fun of blue nudist cannibals, as Mo can attest to. The weenie jokes are everywhere in this book and I did snort-giggle a time or two. Book 2 left us with a little cliffhanger as Mo, Hammer, and Smokes got on a small plane to go see if Mo’s college-attending brother survived the apocalypse. This book picks up right where 2 left us. I am happy to report that the ladies finally have a say in the plot. Hammer gets a lot of stuff done even when she’s injured. Sally plays a big role in how the plot unfolds back home for Zombie Island. Sarah still wants Mo, though Mo is still an idiot for not seeing it. Mo’s brother (Easy) has a fiance, Aka. She’s from Zambia and is an engineer of sorts. For some reason, Aka never gets to talk. Instead, we always hear from other characters about how Aka did this or said that. So, yes, the ladies could use a little more page time, but we are much closer to gender equality, which I’m sure Mo would applaud. Speaking of Mo, yes, he’s still being used by the story to poke fun at racism, sexism, homophobia, etc. Whatever hangup you can think of, Mo probably has it. His commentary on gun rights often has me snort laughing. Let’s chat about the zombies (a.k.a. peevies). I think they are evolving, and so does the doc. He’s been running experiments and gathering data. Also, people have spotted peevies in family groups, and a few making the two-backed beast! Ugh! Zombie sex! yuck! But, overall, I like this aspect to the story. What could happen next? A war with the peevies? Will they start driving cars and demanding takeout? Oh, and that doc. He has friends! Specially trained warriors from India. This was awesome. I totally wasn’t expecting it and it’s a cool little plot twist that changes the game, especially for those idiots thinking they can just stroll into Zombie Island and take things over. ha! As with Book 2, Book 3 leaves us on a cliff hanger. I’m really looking forward to Salzman completing his narration of the next book. 4.75/5 stars. The Narration: S. W. Salzman has really got that Alabama accent down now. Mo sure does sound like a redneck! Salzman continues his great narration with distinct voices for all the characters and his female voices are feminine. I especially liked his Morgan Freeman voice for the janitor Tychus. The pacing was perfect and there were no technical issues with this recording. 5/5 stars. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Karina
  • 04-11-19

This was very good!

This book was even better than the previous one, and some very hilarious moments!!! :D :D :D Highly Recommended!!

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  • Nat 87
  • 03-01-19

Brilliant again

Darker comedy continues! Mo continues the screen play with more quests, new characters and evolving PV's! Thoroughly enjoyable