Six days into a global pandemic, the plan is simple: Stay alive. With their close friend, Dan, and limited amounts of ammunition, Paul Hessler and his wife, Sophia, quickly find themselves on their own in the snowy Midwest. The police and military have already lost the battle, and in a world where chaos rules the streets, what chance does the everyday man have against the undead nipping at their heels? Armed with only shotguns and handguns, this untrained trio is about to find out what it takes to survive the apocalypse. The only question is...will they want to?
Book 1: A Little More Dead
Book 2: A Little More Dead: Gunfire & Sunshine (coming in December 2015)
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- nick Stuart
Interesting story but less than average narration
Overall the story is interesting, but I am not a big fan of the narrator. He makes a great effort but is rather mono tone. I did like the occasional sound effect that was thrown in as it made for something different.
I think with a different narrator the overall could have been a solid 4 star book.
First let me say that I have read a lot of books in this genre and a lot of people in these books are HOOAH kill them all Army/Marine infantry type heros who ALWAYS seem to make the right decision so it makes this book hard to listen to because they keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again. I would like to believe that the average man/woman would learn from blunders that get others killed. Paul is looked to as the "leader" of the group and accepts the responsibility for the deaths of those around him but doesn't seem to learn lessons and apply them to his current situation. When his wife is killed his inability to function is completely understandable and his downward spiral is hard to watch. All that being said that is what I like about the book because it is very different from most other books of this type. If you are looking for a good book I would recommend you buy this in print and read it instead of getting the audio book, but I would say that if you can get past the narration it is a good story and I will be getting the next book in this series just because I want to know what happens next.