• Clifton Falls

  • By: L. A. Taylor
  • Narrated by: John B. Hough
  • Length: 12 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 07-15-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lee Taylor
  • 2 out of 5 stars 2.2 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What would you do if the town you lived in had been invaded by flesh-eating zombies? What would you do if a loved one turned out to be one of them?
What started off as an experimental drug used to improve the food grown on a local farm, was now the reason behind why the dead were rising and feasting off the living. The small town of Clifton Falls had been caught up in a gruesome battle between good and evil, as the recently deceased stalked their prey. In the space of a few days, the local police force had to battle the strange beings in the hospital, the cemetery, the forest, and finally ending up at the Holiday Village.
Before anyone could work out what was happening, humans were falling down and being devoured by the hungry, brain-eating creatures. Could the local Police Chief find a way of eliminating the undead before the virus spread into the city and beyond?
©2011 Lee Taylor (P)2013 Lee Taylor
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1 out of 5 stars
By Amanda H. on 07-20-13

What the H*LL did I just listen to?

This was horrible. Perhaps the story may be good but I cannot tell through the narration of John Hough. I cannot even explain why. Perhaps it is the misuse and misrepresented tone he uses of each character's dialogue. As far as the story goes, it was weird and goofy. For example SPOILER.... The mother (zombie) walks in the house to be met by her daughter in law. The mother moans and writes on a piece of paper that the girl on the TV is a cheater and slut (not in those words) and then attacks the women. I actually requested my credit back. By far this is the second worse Zombie book I have listened to.

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