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Brutal, agonizing convulsions simultaneously strike a quarter of the Earth’s population. There is no warning and no discernible pattern regarding race, age, gender, or region. The afflicted die within moments of one another. Seven minutes later they rise again and attack the living. The speed at which the disaster happens is too great for any organized response. Towns are overrun. The government and military find themselves unable to react. Civilization crumbles in a matter of hours.

By the end of the first day, the streets are filled with shambling corpses, mindless beings driven solely by the desire to feed. Jacob Thornton decides his only chance is to abandon his home. Fleeing the city, he travels north, encountering other survivors on the way. Together, they gather supplies, seek a place of safety, and discover through trial and error how to defend against the zombies. Yet, the creatures never stop moving, and they have begun to leave the population centers, spreading across the land.

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OK I love this book and if you don't make a sequel I will be horribly upset...... If you like a good story with a little bit of flirty romance but allot of kick ass zombie killing then you're in for a treat with this one and everyone who comments ...
I think the story was great up to the ending I feel that there is more to the story the country is still infested with Zombies and will the group make it thru the winter ? I have no problems with the guns and it was great to hear how ...
I quit listening after ep 8. The moral of the story is "Guns, guns & more guns." We're given a list of countries and their "draconian gun laws." Countries with "draconian gun laws" didn't get to survive in the authors world. Terrain, climate, location & disaster preparedness make no difference. ...
Note to author: in ep 26, the term 'critical' is used to describe a catastrophic condition of a nuclear reactor. Unfortunately, a critical reactor is one that is at power, but steady state. All conditions normal. Subcritical means power is decreasing, supercritical meaning power is increasing. Prompt-critical is bad though, ...
Just finished up the story. Very good, over all. I do agree with most of the comments thus far, but none of the negative ones were enough to keep me from listening. Yes, the narration could have been better, but it also could have been much, MUCH worse. (There are ...
I enjoyed this audiobook and was left wanting more. I don't agree with the complaints about the narrator's reading at all. He had a voice that was not annoying and he never sounded flat or boring. The age difference in the love interest seemed to be an intentional part of ...
What I enjoyed the most about the story, is also what made me cringe and want to delete the whole audiobook (powered through though!) ;How well the author projected himself in the shoes of the protagonist. I found the narration to be decent, and the thoughts conveyed by the protagonist ...
Really enjoyed the book. This is great new take on the traditional Zombie novel. I really liked how the author conveys the mindset of the survivors. What would you do if 90% of the population was wiped out overnight. How would you respond? Would you panic, would you adapt a ...
I can get past the narration but I don't understand why the main character (36 years old) had to have a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl. This relationship ruined the story for me because every section involving the couple felt like I was listening to a pedophile's ...
Have to say I really enjoyed this book, thought it had a very different approach. Really enjoyed the way it dropped updates on how the world was doing as a whole. I did however find the ending frustrating. Is threre to be a second book?

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