• by Rhonda Hopkins
  • Narrated by Lisa L. Wiley
  • 1 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Sarah escapes from her brutal abductors, she promises to return to rescue her twin sister, but with the walking dead invading Fort Worth, TX, she is forced to rely on a competitive coworker who made her work life hell for years. With her coworker weakened by cancer treatments, her sister still imprisoned, and zombies looking for an easy meal, Sarah's only plan, if she can pull it off, is survival.
Survival is a short story that was originally published in the Let's Scare Cancer to Death anthology.


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This book was very interesting I like it . I can't wait for part 2 to come out.
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- Slim "Audio books are growing. I have listened to books for months now, But I prefer my books in paperback/hardback format."

Favorite read of 2014 now a great listen in 2015!

This is what I had to say about the original release of the book version:

I was fortunate to be able to read this tale prior to release. The bottom line is that this is hands down my favorite read so far in 2014. Short story or not, this tale will stick with you. This story opens with a punch in the throat and has you gasping until the last words on the page fade as you turn off your Kindle.

It can be a challenge to really offer up characters with depth that you care about in a short story, yet Rhonda Hopkins does just that. And you will experience a roller coaster of emotions throughout. It matters very little if you are a fan of the zombie genre, this is a story that will pull you in and refuse to let go.

So do yourself a this gem and then tell a friend.

As a listen, it has a bit more added to the story to flesh a few things out. Yes, it is short, but as an introduction to a series, it is a tasty appetizer.

The audio narration by Ms. Wiley is well paced and clean. She does not over do it (which can be a problem with narrators who start to sound like bad high school theater), and her voice fits the story perfect.
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- TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer "Todd W. Brown"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-14-2015
  • Publisher: Rhonda Hopkins