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Infected Dead Series Boxed Set, Books 1-3
- Narrated by: Graham Halstead
- Length: 26 hrs and 32 mins
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Set on the coast of South Carolina, an unknown infection has caused people to die and come back to life as reanimated corpses, attacking any living person. This is the story of the survival of one man who was the benefactor of a shelter that helped him to live through the onslaught of the infected dead. Beginning with the initial days of the apocalypse, Ed Jackson watches the world die from the safety of his shelter, but there are others who are also trying to stay alive as they seek refuge. He must decide who he will take into his shelter and who he will reject, and those decisions will help him to form the bonds he did not have even before the end of the world. He and his new friends are faced with the dangers of the dead world as they are forced to leave the safest shelter anyone could possibly have in order to do more than simply exist in a zombie infested world.
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Easiest Zombie Apocalypse to survive ever!
Let me preface this by saying I've read a LOT of zombie stories. So when I say this is one of the worst I've ever experienced there is weight behind those words. I got the 3 book set because I knew I'd have some time over the holidays to listen to them. There is so much wrong with these stories.
The first problem is everything is handed to the protagonist. Zombie apocalypse coming? Random fully stocked shelter given to you. Lonely? 3 friends literally wash up next to you. Enough supplies to stay for years? Well lets fly far away for no really good reason. Need to get part way across the country? No problem just fly, and also save people along the way. Nearly every problem in this book is solved with little or no resistance. It's so dull. I'm not an author but I know to get people invested in characters you have to beat your protagonists up. This never happens for the main character. They get "lucky" so often that they mention it in the book. When they're leaving their safety "we are crazy but we just gotta try and help out" . . .
Skip this one... there are tons of other series that are far more interesting than this.
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- Anonymous User
Great story, great narration, only thing I feel personally lacks in the story of the first three books is sense of urgency like most “zombie” novels