The Undead: Part 7 : The Undead

  • by R. R. Haywood
  • Narrated by Dan Morgan
  • Series: The Undead
  • 14 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Chaos overtakes the fort when one of Howie’s group turns and starts killing survivors. Howie and his team are blamed and shunned but carry on their search for fuel to run generators in order to carry out research on the dog.
When Marcy realises the infection can cure diseases, and realising she can be strong and good, she decides to head to the fort to hand herself in to be examined, too. Howie is only partially convinced of her good intent, and, despite their hatred of one another, there is an undeniably strong connection between them.
Meanwhile, inmates inside a prison start killing each other, and Fletcher, an ex-power-lifter, is turned, becoming the most evil undead yet known.


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There are some really bad people in this Part 7. Randall is bad to the core of his evil being!! Haywood also reveals, again, that human nature can upset the applecart. Debbie (the police Sergeant) behaves in a mean spirited, selfish, spiteful and ungrateful manner that has far reaching consequences. There are other characters who rise to the occasion and show that best that people can be. I continue to be impressed with Haywood's ability to create multi-layered characters - people you can love one minute and dislike the next. And Dan Morgan continues to bring them alive with his reading. Very talented reader!!

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- bebe


I'm not a zombie fan. Haven't watched the walking dead. Not sure how I ended up with this series, but I'm hooked. I love the characters and the evolution of the story keeps it interesting. I used to love Dave, but know I love Reginald. Dan took a bit to get used to his narrative and in book 1 I initially thought it was going to be a bad read. But as I got used to his style I realized he was actually good. Part 1 he seemed breathy and paused in odd places. But he seems to have overcome that. Now I love his character voices. I'll hear "Yes, Mr. Howie in my head forever.

The only thing about the plot that keeps "bugging" me is why with all these decaying bodies insects such as Mosquitos haven't become an issue for spreading the virus? Also, the rat think kind of came and went. No long term affects there!

Some times the foul language gets to me but I realize it's the character and have been able to tolerate it.

I'm just waiting for day 18. I've gone through 3 volumes in a week. Definitely addicting.
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- MNash

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-22-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios