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  • Left Alive #2

  • A Zombie Action and Adventure Novel
  • By: Jeremy Laszlo
  • Narrated by: Michael Guthrie
  • Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
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Left Alive #2

By: Jeremy Laszlo
Narrated by: Michael Guthrie
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Awakening to the grim realization that his arm is missing, Charles finds himself in a situation he's never considered before. He's no longer alone. Having saved his life, Lindsay joins him in his effort to reach Florida. Finding what could likely be the last remains of civilization, they are forced to flee from things even worse than the walking dead.

©2015 Jeremy Laszlo (P)2016 Jeremy Laszlo

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  • 05-03-17

Charles gets the girl.

Charles continues his cross country walkabout to Florida to unite with his two daughters. Charles meets Lindsey a fellow traveler who manages to save his life twice in so many days. Lindsey is a tough twenty four year old woman who has survived on her own and is not afraid to take a life. She’s not afraid of much of anything. She’s also a crack shot with her bow and has proved it numerous times. Lindsey and Charles team up and proceed on the path to Florida. Charles seems to have a few mental issues of his own. He is constantly examining himself and his actions and usually ends up berating and condemning himself for whatever he has done. He has a quick temper which usually winds up with someone losing their life. Charles is quite a study in excessive behavior and coping with reality. The inclusion of Lindsey really added to the story, gave it some compassion and a comparison in behavior towards others. Well done.

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