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When Roman legions march over the borders of the Empire they meet an enemy greater than any they have ever faced. Emperor Vespasian has ordered a push further into Germania than the legions have ever been, and an enemy army is gathering to meet them. What neither side is prepared for is the darker force that they will both face. Indiscriminate and incapable of mercy, the new enemy will drive the Romans to the very brink of destruction. The Gates of Hades have opened and the Roman Legions must face what has escaped.
©2017 Michael Whitehead (P)2017 Michael Whitehead
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By Tony on 12-04-17

A great twist to the Zompoc theme.

I loved how Michael Whitehead set a zombie apocalypse amongst the political intrigue of the once mighty Roman Empire. A great read!

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By christie Harris on 01-04-18

Not what it seems.

While I live the premise, old Rome and zombies and was excited for what I was sure was going to be a new and refreshing twist on the Zombie genre, I was severely disappointed after the first 20 minutes. The narration and dialect is absolutely horrible. By horrible I don't mean that the narrater is hard to listen to, but that the book is written in a very Proper new world English accent, even with words that you would hear today. for instance a Roman commander tells a subordinate to "get cracking" like out of the Sherlock Holmes movies. There is no realistic Old Roman sound or vernacular like from the tv show Rome or the tv show Sspartacus. It's very disconcerting to try and imagine yourself during the Roman times when it sounds as if you are in downtown London. I would really like my credit back as cannot continue tonlistwn to this book butcher what should be one of the more romantic languages of their time. also there is very little mention so far of any of the old Roman God's which during this age they certainly would have associated a plague of this sort to the anger of the gods.
Anyway one persons review hope it helps others.

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By Paddytra on 12-14-17

Brilliantly original story

A fantastic idea for the genre. Excellent writing makes this story flow very well and the pacing of the narrative is well done.

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By John Wilson on 12-11-17

Great story brought to life by a great narrator!

If you could sum up Legion of the Undead in three words, what would they be?

Original, gripping, enjoyable

What did you like best about this story?

It's a great story and the author has obviously researched the period well. Because of the time period it is set in it is different to all the other zombie books I've been through.

What does Terry F. Self bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

He brings all the characters to life.

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

I almost did listen to it all in one sitting. Had to take a break for some sleep though!

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed this and would recommend it to anyone.

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