Dead Drunk II : Dead Drunk

  • by Richard Johnson
  • Narrated by Neil Hellegers
  • Series: Dead Drunk
  • 5 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What happens when a bunch of 30-year-old degenerates survive an apocalyptic zombie outbreak? They get into even more trouble in the aftermath. Duh. That's right, Charlie Campbell and several of his loser friends have escaped a nightmare Chicago fraught with zombies and an occupying army, only to find the wild-lands beyond aren't any safer. Looking for sanctuary, this group of low-skilled and untrained anti-heroes must fight infected mobs, nerdy dads, tunnel dwelling freaks, special forces, and each other to survive. Facing death at every turn, the gang must make friends, find allies, adapt to this mad new world, and do it in a hurry. Will they survive? Will they find a cure? Will they drive each other crazy? But most importantly, will they run out of beer? If you liked the zombie mayhem, rowdy comedy, and over-the-top storytelling of the original Dead Drunk, you will be even more blown away by Dead Drunk II: Dawn of the Deadbeats. So adjust your trucker hat, light that generic cigarette, grab a cold one from the fridge, and let the shenanigans begin.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

More zombies, less beer

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Oh yeah. It's just funny and out there.


What other book might you compare Dead Drunk II to and why?

Dead Drunk of course and Mountain Man. Zombie Fallout too.


Which character – as performed by Neil Hellegers – was your favorite?

Uncle Russ is just a blast. He is ridiculous but has heart.


If you could rename Dead Drunk II, what would you call it?

Dawn of the Du%$bags


Any additional comments?

Dead Drunk II was just as good as the first but less jokes per page. It was more serious and that isn't necessarily a bad thing. The characters grew up some from the first book.

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- BigKev

Enjoyable and goofy

A good continuation to an amusing story. The narration was great and the plot maintained its tempo without any dull spots. If you're looking for something that will give you a few chuckles then this is the book for you. (Assuming you read the first one...)
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- Jarrod Mitchell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-31-2015
  • Publisher: Richard D. Johnson