Winter is losing its grip. For Billy and the survivors who began the nightmare, the loss of Steve Hobart is devastating, but could they finally be finding a place to truly call home? Kevin resumes his original quest for a safe place in the Badlands of the Dakotas, but with a whole new gang. However, they stumble across another group of survivors and face a new dilemma. Do you try to save others at the risk of those you know and love? Around the world, small bands of survivors fight to carve out a place for themselves, whether it is Sauvie Island or the British Isles...the struggle is the same. More horrors await, but with it, the first children of this new world bring hope...
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Still a Great and Addictive story. Smaller gripes then the last
Again, another great edition.
Yes and I have
Yes. I was constantly worried about Kevin and his group. I've seen to grown most attached to them since Steve Died. When Brown killed off Steve, I realized any of his main characters were subject to getting killed. At first this bothered me, but there are enough groups in this saga to keep your attention towards what's going to happen to them next.
I wasn't a big fan of McFerrin when I first started listening to Dead, but he has grown on me. It is still a little annoying when he draws out words like "well...." and such. But, he is a rock-steady performer, who has a great voice and is articulate.
I have to give it to Brown for his level of gore and brutality. One in which I will probably never achieve (I don't know if I have the stomach for it). Every encounter is new and not repetitive, from what the zombie's appearance may be to how someone gets hurt or dies is great. His attention to detail and realistic situations is top notch.
- J.D. Demers (Author / Reviewer) "Author of The Hunt Chronicles. jddemers com"