Z-Burbia 4 : Z-Burbia

  • by Jake Bible
  • Narrated by Andrew B. Wehrlen
  • Series: Z-Burbia
  • 6 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Forced from their home of Asheville, North Carolina, Jace Stanford’s family, along with a convoy of suburbanites, misfits, criminals, and soldiers, must battle their way through the I-40 corridor of Eastern Tennessee. When they are separated from their friends and allies in Knoxville, the Stanfords have to rely on their skills as post-apocalyptic survivors to fight off the Zs, insane Vols fans, homicidal sorority girls, and the most deadly of the post-apocalyptic threats- cannibal gangs! No longer are the Stanfords trying to survive day by day, but hour by hour and minute by minute, foot by foot and inch by inch, as they flee down what is known as Cannibal Road.


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Adult cartoon violence - perfect!

If you are the type of person who likes cartoon violence, and I should say ‘adult cartoon violence’, then you will love this one! It is a bit like Sideshow Bob on steroids! I loved the absurdity of it all. Most zombie titles attempt to take themselves way too seriously. I mean come on people, it is a zombie genre… how could we take it serious? But not this one, this one is full of ‘stuff’ that is just unbelievable! Unbelievable… but in a good way.

It seems in this book in the series, Jace is not the only person with a wicked sense of humour. As a result I loved this series even more.

The narration is good, the speed of the narration is good. 1.25x speed provided just the right listening pleasure. Jake Bible really gave the narrator Andrew Wehrlen a very difficult task in this one, as there are a lot more characters, and I mean weird characters that all need unique voices. At times I wondered which character was talking because they sounded the same (you can only have so many ‘crazy’ voices before it sounds the same). I really don’t think any other narrator I have heard could done a better job. But if there was ever a title which screamed for multiple narrators, then this is it. Please don’t take this as a reason not to purchase this one, it is just an observation, which I hope some authors will pick up on and introduce multiple narrators more often.

I listen to this one in one go and was hoping it wouldn’t end!

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- The Zombie Specialist

Best Laughs Yet

I continue to love this series, and the books keep getting funnier! I can't count the number of times I belly laughed while listening to Cannibal Road. I kept rewinding not only because I wanted to hear the hilarious parts again, but also because I found myself unable to hear over my own boisterousness. I swear, listening to this book was an ab workout!
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- Daniel Delgado

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-19-2014
  • Publisher: Jake Bible