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Publisher's Summary

On November 21st, 2014, a deadly storm transforms the landscape of New York City and the lives of its civilians. The island of Manhattan is under martial law. Neighboring boroughs are isolated without power and communication with the outside world. There is chaos all around. Charles Dudley, a survivor, writes this intimate and disturbing account about personal demons and deadly encounters with treacherous citizens, predatory humanoids, and extraordinary creatures in this end-of-days memoir.
©2013, 2016 Artie Cabrera (P)2016 Artie Cabrera
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By T. R. Hill on 04-14-17

To Hell and Back

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

I have recommended this book to several people. Cabrera did a fantastic job of taking you into the main characters, dismal, depressing reality of living in a post apocalyptic world. The first part of the book throws you into the abyss of the man's life, and the calloused despair that is now his life, such that you can't help but tangibly feel it yourself. <br/><br/>Then we are taken through the personal psyche of why he is who he is and we learn that he's just an average Joe like us, he's made bad decisions along the way, but under it all, he's a nice guy and tries to help out people when he can.

What about Erik Baker’s performance did you like?

I thought Baker did a fantastic job of conveying the true personality of the main characters and was critical in bringing a visceral experience of this world to the listener. Very few people could have pulled it off such that you could feel the anger, resentment, and finally the hope as well as Baker did in this book.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Due to the length there is no way I could sit and listen to it all in one setting. However, I did listen to it during my daily commute for several days.

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By Steve Beaulieu on 09-13-17

So much passion!

Passionate performance. Cool outlook on the zombie apocalypse. Too much vulgarity for my taste. Recommended if you don't care about crudeness.

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By Eamon on 09-14-17

Scary, funny, crazy.

Not your average zombie story, but a personal journal of a troubled man during the Apocalypse. Funny, scary, sometimes poignant, with edgy dialogue and a superb narration from Erik Baker. Highly recommended, but not for the squeamish.

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