The Apocalypse Crusade: War of the Undead Day One : The Apocalypse Crusade

  • by Peter Meredith
  • Narrated by Erik Johnson
  • Series: The Apocalypse Crusade
  • 12 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In an apocalypse, there is definitely a beginning where mistakes are made and the seeds of evil are allowed to sprout and take shape. However, an end is not so certain. Once an apocalypse occurs, not even death is certain. Sometimes, death is only the beginning.
At first light that morning, Dr. Lee steps into the Walton facility on the first day of human trials and can barely contain her excitement. The labs are brand spanking new and everything is sharp and clean. They've been built to her specifications and are a scientist's dream. It's where cancer is going to be cured once and for all.
By midnight, it's a place of fire, of blood, and of death - a death that, like the apocalypse, is seemingly never ending.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Very good story.

I wasn't sure what to expect from reading the publishers summary, and then reading listener's reviews. I don't think many reviews or the summary did a very good job of describing this story. I will say this to try and help whom ever is reading my review. This isn't the typical zombie book, which is a good thing in my opinion. This story is about the origin of an outbreak. Some people aren't fully turned into zombies and you get some of their point of view. The rest is about how the people at ground zero react to what is happening and about how the disease spreads. It's worth the credit.
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- Amazon Customer

Finally. What a great story.

This is great. The last 3 books I've purchased were so poorly written that I didn't finish them... But this one is outstanding with excellent narration. Very well thought out story. The zombies are cool... Actually gives perspectives from the zombies POV too! Honestly, this book is refreshing... Not just another predictable cookie cutter story with a main character that is annoying. Anyways, I listened the sample and it intrigued me, so I purchased the book. Very glad I did. It's one of those that has me wanting to listen even after my long drives are over.
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- Jason Kerrigan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-18-2015
  • Publisher: Peter Meredith