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Publisher's Summary

The forecast for tomorrow?
Bloody!
Z Children: The Surge is action-packed from start to finish. Focusing on JW and Virginia's group, the story captures the true ugliness and sacrifice that goes along with survival.
Buckle up as a rescue mission is brimming with spine-tingling terror. An armored truck becomes the new Alamo. And there's a wedding which is anything but "a happily ever after".
JW's group has made camp in a hotel overlooking a Dallas hospital where someone is trapped. Bonnie and Ranger, the now-inseparable duo, have faith that JW can not only stay alive, but also save this person from an otherwise certain death. JW, however, isn't so sure. He's faced enemies before but nothing as unsettling as the innocent death masks these Z children wear.
The ex-special forces drifter used to believe he'd seen the worst the world had to offer.
He was wrong.
©2016 Elizabeth Constantopoulos, Benton Barr (P)2016 Elizabeth Constantopoulos, Benton Barr
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3 out of 5 stars
By S A on 09-18-17

The small ones are still fast

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

It ends very abruptly with a cliffhanger, just like book one.

Any additional comments?

Let's start with the end. The last book ended with a cliffhanger, and so does this one. The book jumps back and forth between characters, groups and in time. The authors do a pretty good job of helping keep track of where and when, so it isn't overly confusing. The zombie children are still fast, vicious and smart. I found the introduction of a new/old relationship between some of the main characters distracting and unrealistic. The last thing you need when you are trying to survive is a couple snapping at each other and everyone around them. Oh, and the scene where the guy goes in search of a stranger armed only with a name and general location, not going to happen.
All in all, it was entertaining if taken with a large grain of salt.
Johnny Mack gives another good performance.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Tiffany on 01-11-17

So much better than I expected

Any additional comments?

The zombie children are frightening. This book was so good, I went and purchased the first book so I could find out how everything unfolded. I received this audiobook for free though Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.

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