We're Alive: A Story of Survival, the Second Season : We’re Alive: A Story of Survival

  • by Kc Wayland, Shane Salk
  • Narrated by Blackstone Audiobooks
  • Series: We’re Alive: A Story of Survival
  • 10 hrs and 32 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

Season two of this action-packed audio drama plunges listeners back into a ravaged world of violence and terror.
The hope of a better life forces the survivors of the Tower out into the dissolving world around them. The consequences of past battles leave them struggling not only with each other but the remaining fragments of humanity.

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What the Critics Say

“We’re Alive is a modern rendition of an old-school medium…. Despite not being able to see the action, the excitement and intensity is still sustained through score and sound design." (Examiner.com)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

I SAY WE START BITING BACK

HE'S STILL POUTING
SHE DOESN'T GET IT
EVERYONE NEEDS TO GRIEVE
YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT
This second season is like most second books in a trilogy, just filler. We ended last season with the building on fire and our heroes under attack. The first half hour is taken up with the fight scene and putting out the fire. After that is all bickering and complaining. I understand that this is what would most likely happen in real life, but it does not make for interesting listening. The bickering and infighting along with everything that is explained in excruciating detailed, irritated the hell out of me. I also have to ask where are the Zombies? This is an apocalyptic story involving Zombies, right. In the first four episodes you can count the zombies on one hand. That is as far as I made it.

Production
When zombies do appear they sound like Godzilla. The old Vietnam Vet sounds like The Thing of The Fantastic Four. Just a couple of things I realize once I got Irritable. Get season one, it is great, but skip season 2.
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- Jim "The Impatient"

I'M HOOKED!!!

This book is so damn good, it should come with a warning. There's no way you can listen to the first season and not crave more.

The second season picks up right where the first one ended. The story gers better. New characters are introduced, and of course all the old favorites are back.

Best production EVER.
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- Taylor

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-13-2011
  • Publisher: Wayland Productions