The Apocalypse Survivors : The Undead World

  • by Peter Meredith
  • Narrated by Basil Sands
  • Series: The Undead World
  • 14 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is not an uplifting tale of heroes and heroines; get that out of your head now. This is a tale of survival. It's a tale of dried blood beneath your nails, of new pain, of gnawing hunger and unrelenting loneliness, of fear and hatred, and yes, of courage.
In The Apocalypse, the great majority of the men and women who fought with honor - with a sense of duty and loyalty - gave their lives for others, leaving those without honor to flourish and rule. Their rule is not marked by decency or civility, but by wicked brutality. Yet, in some very rare cases, the kind and the noble survived. These hardened survivors learned to live among the undead, but now they must learn how to stay alive among creatures that are far more monstrous: their fellow man.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Well written a good continuation

The narrator did a great job with different voices for each character to help get the idea of who was talking at the moment.
This book was a good continuation from the first. It had been a few months since I had listened to the first book and a flash back in the beginning would have helped get me up to speed quicker so I would have enjoyed the first part of the book instead of trying to figure out what was going on and who was who.
As it is it really feels like you are just bouncing around for the first quarter of the book for no reason.
There are a number of places where the plot just seems to jump then get partly filled in with the back story from some other character. This still leaves some scenes stretched for continuity and a number of brushed over holes.
Over all it is a good action packed zombie story that doesn’t isn’t full of a lot of gore. There are a number of touching scenes to help you relate to the characters and pull you into the story.
I would recommend it but also recommend listening to it right after the first book because it is a continuation of what seems to be the next week.
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- Robert

stupid stereotypes and awful dialog

first book had few good parts, but the dialog is at the 4th grade level

book 2 is far worse, jillybean and a talking zebra doll...really. even lost interest in what happens to Ram. and the stereotypes are off the chart...Every ethnic group is out to kill the other...with no exceptions. dumb.

I'd pass on this series...
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- Book Fan "Ima"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-15-2015
  • Publisher: Peter Meredith